Maharashtra Board Exam 2022 Date Announced – Download HSC and SSC Exam Details Available Here. The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education conducts the HSC and SSC Examinations in the state of Maharashtra through its nine Divisional Boards located at Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nasik, Kolhapur, Amravati, Latur, Nagpur and Ratnagiri. The announcement was made by state school education minister Varsha Gaikwad on 16.12.2021 evening.
Maharashtra Board Exam Date 2022
According to a statement provided by the government, HSC oral examinations will be held between 14.02.2022 and 03.03.2022, with written exams taking place between 04.03.2022 and 07.04.2022 Oral examinations for the SSC will be held from 24.02.2022 to 14.03.2022, and written tests will be held from 15.03.2022 to 18.04.2022.
Maharashtra board exams for Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC-class 12) and Secondary School Certificate (SSC-class 10) will be conducted in the offline format between March and April 2022. The announcement was made by state school education minister Varsha Gaikwad on 16.12.2021 Evening.
“There have been many queries regarding examination dates and the mode in which board exams will be conducted for the current academic year, so we are clarifying that the exams will be conducted in offline mode only,” said Varsha Gaikwad.
According to a senior official from the school education department, the board test timetable has been postponed by two weeks this year, unlike every year, to give schools more time to prepare the curriculum.
The education department has also agreed to increase the number of exam centres to accommodate the thousands of students who will be taking board examinations in the state.
Due to an increase of Covid-19 cases, numerous school education boards had to cancel class 10 and 12 board examinations in 2021. The results for the class 10 batch were based on the combined performance of students in classes 9 and 10, whilst the class 12 students were evaluated based on their performance in classes 10, 11 and 12.
“We are not allowed to conduct online classes for more than 3-3.5 hours a day and in that same time the government is expecting us to complete the vast syllabus which is becoming impossible. Schools and junior colleges will have to complete the portion latest by February so that we give students time to prepare for exams. The government should have postponed the exams further,” said the principal of a suburban school on condition of anonymity.
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