Maharashtra Board exams 2021: Class 10, 12 exams to be held in offline mode from subsequent month
The examination dates have already been introduced and sensible exams will likely be held as soon as the written checks are over, Gaikwad added. (Representational picture)
The written examinations of HSC (Class 12) and SSC (Class 10) of the Maharashtra schooling board will likely be held via offline mode solely from the following month, state minister Varsha Gaikwad introduced on Saturday.
It implies that college students should bodily go to the examination centres to look for it, the Faculty Training Minister mentioned.
“The faculties of the scholars will likely be their examination centres. Other than the common three-hour interval of the examination, they may get further half an hour to try the questions,” she mentioned.
The examination dates have already been introduced and sensible exams will likely be held as soon as the written checks are over, Gaikwad added.
The Greater Secondary Certificates (HSC) examination will likely be carried out between April 23 and Might 21, whereas the Secondary Faculty Certificates (SSC) examination will likely be held between April 29 and Might 20, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Greater Secondary Training (MSBSHSE) had introduced final month.
These board exams are often held in February and March, however this 12 months their schedule has been modified as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.