Maharashtra Board has released the Date Sheet for SSC and HSC standards. On Friday, Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune has disclosed the time table for the 2019 session. The board exams for SSC will begin from March 01, 2019 while Class HSC exams will be held from February 21, 2019.
This year, the board has revised the syllabus of SSC. So, Maharashtra SSC Time Table 2019 has been released separately for the students who are studying the old syllabus and the revised syllabus. The board exams for both category students will begin from March 01, 2019. The exams will be continued to 22 days. The last date of the exams is March 22, 2019. SSC exams for both (revised syllabus and old syllabus) category students will be held in two slots i.e. in morning and evening slot. These slots are also divided into the different timings. So, the candidates are advised to pay attention while checking the time table and appear for the exams according to the allotted timings.
Now, coming to Maharashtra HSC Time Table 2019, the board exams for class 12 will begin a bit earlier than SSC exams. For HSC standard, the board exams will be conducted from February 21 to March 20, 2019. The exams will be held almost a month. Maharashtra board will conduct the HSC exams in the two-time slot (morning and evening). The exams will begin from 11:00 am. The time durations are different for the various subjects. The candidates will have to enroll in the exams on the basis of the selected subjects.
Any objections related to the Maharashtra Board Time Table 2019 must be sent to the board within 15 days.
Maharashtra Board Time Table 2019 is available online on the board’s official website mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in. On the homepage of the website, the students can see the links of the time table for the various categories. The time tables are present under the section “Latest Notification”. To attain the time table, the candidates can just click on the provided links.
The date sheet is available only for the written examinations. For the practical and for the oral exams, the respective schools will be informed soon.
The candidates who are going to appear for the 2019 session examinations must have the Maharashtra Board Admit Card 2019. It will be available online and the respective schools will also provide the admit cards to the students.
Maharashtra Board is responsible to conduct the exams for SSC as well as for HSC. Every year more than 13 lakh students appear for HSC exams while for SSC exams every year more than 17 lakh candidates take part.
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