Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 declared on their official website, Technical Problem Solved

Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 declared on their official website, Technical Problem Solved 

On 16th July 2021, Mahahashtra SSC Result has been declared on their official website. But unfortunately student were not able to check their result because site wasn’t responding due to some technical problems. Only one website was responding that was homepage Maharashtra Examination Results 2021 which is handled by NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE. As website says SSC Examination Result 2021 will be available at two website ( and on July 16th, 2021 after 1:00 pm.

Some students were able to check their results from several another sources. As of now all the students can check their result by entering their seat numbers. The seat numbers are made available to there respective schools.

Steps To check Maharashtra SSC Result 2021

If you have seat number which you can get from your schools or from the official website by entering the name of district, taluka and name.

1.       Go to result Result Maharashtra SSC 

2.       Enter your seat number and your mother name.

3.       Then your result will be shown.

Maharashtra Secondary State Certificate (SSC) Board has announced results for 16,58,624 students from these 9,09,931 are boys and 7,48,693 are girls. As we are well aware of that girls have performed better than boys. Overall Performance Pass percentage of Maharashtra SSC Results 2021 is around 99.96 % for girls and 99.94% for boys.

Congratulations to all the 10th students who have passed with good marks. Have great journey ahead now these students will be entering the college to their respective choice of schemes like Diploma, Science, Commerce and Arts.


We apologise for the inconvenience caused by the SSC result link being inaccessible due to a technical issue. I have ordered a full inquiry into the incident. Strict action will be taken against all those responsible to ensure that such incidents don’t recur.#sscresults2021

— Varsha Gaikwad (@VarshaEGaikwad) July 16, 2021

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