Maharashtra Board SSC, HSC Exam 2022: Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has made it clear that class 10th (SSC) and class 12th (HSC) board exams will be conducted offline as per schedule instead of online. Let me tell you, earlier the students were protesting and demanding that In view of the corona virus, the examination should be conducted online, which the board has refused to accept.
Maharashtra Board Director Sharad Gosavi said, “Large number of students appeared for the exam and in view of the lack of device and technical issues, it would be difficult to conduct the exam online. Hence, the board has decided to conduct the exam offline.” ” Maharashtra HSC Exam will be conducted from 4th March to 30th April and Practicals will be conducted from 14th February to 3rd March.
The board has also announced the dates for “out of turn” examinations for conducting practical, internal or oral examinations between March 31 and April 18. This is for the students who are unable to appear in the examination on the scheduled dates. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the board will not charge any extra fees for the out-of-turn examination. Maharashtra SSC Theory examination will be held from March 15 to April 4 and the practical or oral examination will be held from February 25 to March 3.
The out-of-turn exam for SSC students will be conducted from April 5 to April 22. According to the board officials, so far 16,25,311 students have applied for the SSC exam and 14,72,562 have applied for the HSC exam.
The board informed, this year, there will be no fixed exam center and students will write their papers from their respective schools and junior colleges. Students will have to take an extra 15 minutes for the question papers of 40-60 marks and exam papers with marks between 70 to 100. 30 minutes extra will be given for
“Every center will have a separate room and medical staff will be available in case a student is unwell. The board has also increased the number of examination centers to avoid overcrowding,” the official said. A board official said, “A maximum of 25 students will be accommodated in a class. There used to be 5,042 centers for SSC exams and now we have increased it to 21,341. Earlier, there were 2,943 HSC exam centers, but now they have been increased to 9,613.” Has been done.”