The Maharashtra Board (popularly called SSC board) will issue a Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC class XII) admission card on Saturday, April 3. Candidates will be able to download a hall ticket at www.mahahsscboard.in using their school entry id.
Students should be aware that they will not be allowed to enter the examination center without an admission card. In the event of an error in the personal details of the hall ticket, then the student must ensure that they are raised with the relevant authorities.
The following are the changes introduced by the Board in the exams this year: There will be no practical tests this year. Instead of activities, students will have to submit assignments between May 21 and June 10. This applies to all 10th grade students and 12th grade business and personal students. Students in the 12th grade of science stream can give practical exams in their schools.
The board allowed students to offer tests in their schools and small colleges. If there is not enough accommodation the state will be allocating exam facilities nearby.
Students will receive an additional 15 minutes and 30 minutes for two hours and papers for three hours, respectively.
In the event that a candidate is unable to attend the test for any reason related to COVID-19, he or she will have the opportunity to appear before the exam in June. This additional round of exam will be held at selected state locations.
This year the Board’s examination will begin half an hour before the usual.
Date and duration: Maharashtra provincial board exams for Grade 10 and Grade 12 will start from April 23 and April 29, respectively. Room tests will be in July-August. Tests will be held in two shifts. The first shift will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., while the second shift will begin at 3 p.m. and continue until 6 p.m.