The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is going to release the hall ticket for HSC class 12 examination 2021 on April 3. Students can download their hall ticket from the board’s official websites – mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, mahahsscboard.in. The board is going to conduct the HSC examination from April 23 to May 21.
Maharashtra board has instructed Junior colleges and schools to download the admit cards for HSC students from the official website of Maharashtra board–mahahsscboard.in. To download it, colleges need to enter the login id and password as provided to them by the board. After downloading it, schools and colleges must get all the admit cards signed by the principal and then distribute them to the students.
After obtaining the Maharashtra HSC admit card 2021, students must verify the particulars as printed on it. In case there is any error / discrepancy in the details regarding the student’s name, photo, signature, and medium of exam or subject, the same should be brought to the notice of schools and colleges at the earliest.
In case if the digital photo on the admit card is defective, then the students can affix their physical photograph in the space provided on the hall ticket. However, the students must get it signed by the principal, otherwise, they shall not be allowed to sit for the examinations. Furthermore, students must carry the hard copy of the hall ticket on all days of the examination.
If a student misplaces his/her admit card, they can obtain duplicate admit cards only after making a remark for the same in the records. In addition, students or the authorities of schools and colleges who are facing difficulties or confusion regarding the HSC hall ticket, then they can visit the official website or respective divisional board.
The exams for SSC and HSC are going to be held in two shifts – Morning (11 a.m-2 p.m.) and Evening (3 p.m.- 6 p.m). meanwhile, the Maharashtra Board is conducting the SSC examinations from May 28 to June 3 and earlier, the board decided to cancel the practical examination for class 10th students in view of COVID-19 situation.