Maharashtra SSC Results: 3 Important Points Students Should Know Maharashtra SSC result will be announced on and Maharashtra SSC results 2019: Maharashtra SSC results will be released soon. The candidates will be able to check their SSC results from the official websites after entering their exam roll number and mother’s first name on the official website. The Secondary School Certificate or SSC results are being announced today for the examinations held in March this year. The results are expected to be announced for around 17 lakh students today. The SSC results will be announced on the official websites like and along with third party websites like Maharashtra results for HSC students were released on May 28. The overall state passing percentage was 85.88 percent this year. The Maharashtra Board organises examinations twice a year and the number of students appearing for the main examination is around 14 lakh for HSC or Class 12 and 17 lakh for SSC or Class 10. For the supplementary examinations which are held after the announcement of annual exam results around 6 lakh students are expected to appear in HSC and SSC together. According to the Board, there are about 21,000 schools for SSC and 7,000 Higher Secondary Schools or Junior colleges for HSC in the entire state. Maharashtra SSC result 2019: Three important points Following are three important points every candidate should know: Maharashtra SSC result 2019: When to check The results will be announced by 1.00 pm today (June 8, 2019 Saturday). Maharashtra SSC result 2019: Where to check The SSC results will be announced on following websites: Apart from these websites, the Maharashtra SSC results are expected to be announced on third party private portal, Maharashtra SSC result 2019: How to check If you are here to know about how to download your SSC results, follow the steps given here: Step 1: Visit the official website, Step 2: Click on the SSC result link provided on the homepage Step 3: On next page, enter your roll number and mother’s first name as entered during the registration Step 4: Click submit Step 5: Check your Maharashtra SSC results from next page

The KTM 125 Duke has been selling like hot cakes ever since its launch in November last year. Of course, it is the only 125cc bike with a launch price of Rs 1.18 lakh, but that didn’t stop it.

This was an introductory price, however in March the company revised the price to roughly Rs 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom). Now, KTM has again decided to hike prices further, bringing it even closer to its biggest rival, the Yamaha MT-15.

We do not know the exact reason why KTM is hiking prices again so soon, but it could be a result of higher manufacturing and raw material costs.

The KTM 125 Duke is currently the most powerful 125cc bike in the Indian market, competing with the likes of the Pulsar 150. Its price at the time of launch meant it would actually rival the likes of the TVS Apache RTR 200 or even the Bajaj NS200. The 125 Duke is powered by a 125cc liquid cooled engine churning out 14.5 PS of power and 12 Nm of torque.

It also gets a few premium features like upside down forks up front, radially mounted front disc brakes and an aluminium swingarm with a rear mono-shock. Single channel ABS is also standard with rear-wheel lift protection.

The KTM 125 Duke is now priced at Rs 1.30 lakh, bringing it just Rs 30,000 shy of its bigger cousin 200 Duke. This new price is also extremely close to the Yamaha MT-15 which retails at Rs 1.36 lakh. (all prices, ex-showroom).