Students will get their marksheets on June 15 after which the FYJC online admission process will start.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will announce Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam results on the official and subsidiary websites on June 6 at 1 pm. According to officials, the students will get their marksheets on June 15 after which the FYJC online admission process will start.
Students who appeared for the exam can check their results here: mahresult.nic.in, https://mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, result.mkcl.org, www.examresults.net.
The SSC exams in the state were held from March 1 to 29 wherein 17,27,496 students had enrolled from across the nine divisions of the MSBSHSE. The students consisted of 9,55,186 male and 7,72,310 female fresh students and 66,185 repeater students. The enrolled students belonged to 21,480 schools across the state and the exams were conducted at 4,535 centres.
According to Krishna Patil, secretary, MSBSHSE, Pune from this year onwards the students would be able to apply for verification of marks and apply for copies of the answer sheets from the very next day of the results being declared online.
“Students will be able to get their marksheets, bifurcated marks and the outcome of the competitiveness test conducted by the board in February on June 15 from their respective schools at 3 pm,” said Mr Patil.
He added that students wanting to apply for verification of marks will have to compulsorily apply for the copy of their answer sheet after which they can submit the application of verification. The dates for the same are from June 7 to 27. “Students who want to apply for the class improvement scheme or reappear for the exam that will be held in July/August will have to apply online. The dates for the same will be announced later,” said Mr Patil.
The declaration of the SSC results will mark the beginning of the FYJC online admission process for Mumbai and students will be able to start filling up the online form immediately after the online results are declared. However, the actual process is expected to start only after June 15 and details of the same are available on fyjc.org.in. The education department has also set up guidance centre in the three different zones in Mumbai and a guidance centre each in Navi Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan-Dombivali municipal corporation areas too for resolving problems faced by students while applying for the FYJC online admission process. The online admission process will start after the completion of the minority and in-house quota admission process by the eligible junior colleges.