Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary And Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will maintain the HSC or class 12 board exams after April 15 whereas the category 10 or SSC exams will likely be held after May 1, the Maharashtra Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad knowledgeable.
Gaikwad additionally introduced that colleges for lessons 5 to eight will reopen after session with the well being officers and the ultimate choice will likely be taken quickly, she knowledgeable by a tweet.
We are contemplating holding HSC exams after April 15 and SSC exams after May 1. State is consulting well being officers on the potential of reopening colleges for normal fifth to eighth. A choice will quickly be taken.
— Varsha Gaikwad (@VarshaEGaikwad) January 3, 2021
The state board had earlier introduced that 25 per cent of the overall syllabus will likely be curtailed for the board aspirants to make up for the lack of the educational hours.
Last 12 months, a complete of 15.05 lakh college students appeared for the category 12 examination and 17.65 lakh college students appeared for the category 10 examination. A scholar ought to safe no less than 35 per cent marks in every topic to clear the state SSC and HSC exams.