The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune conducted History exam for class 10 on March 20, 2019. Just before a few minutes before the exam, the question paper of History got leaked on the social massaging app. Some of the teaching institute owners got the question paper at 10:10 am while the exam was about to start at 11:00 am.
The owner of an educational institute sent an email to the divisional board. Several members of the organization got the SSC question paper images. He shared the images Algebra paper which was scheduled on March 11, 2019. They got the question paper 45 minutes before the exam. They also gave the hint of the leak of the question paper of Science 1 and Science 2.
Now, the board is taking action against the sources which are involved in the paper leak. The Maharashtra Board has also assured the students to avoid any kind of inconvenience.
Today is the exam of Social Science- II (Geography) for SSC candidates. The board is conducting the exams from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. The exam is the same for the new and the old syllabus’ candidates. Today, the exams are finishing.
The board will announce the Maharashtra SSC Result 2019 in the month of June 2019. In the previous year, the result was declared on June 08, 2018. So, this year, the candidates may get the result in the second week of June 2019.
In the current year, around 17 lakh students appeared for the exams and 3.83 lakh from Mumbai. The exams were concluded into 4,874 examination centres across the state. In the 2019 session, about 3,83,320 fresh candidates enrolled in the exams. The number of students who are appearing for the re-exams this year is 16,307. In 2018, the number of candidates was 3,39,999 while the fresh students were 42,855.
For 2019 session exams, the new and the old syllabus’ students took part. So, around, 16,41,568 students appeared for the new course and 59,245 for the old syllabus exams.
The Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is a state level board. It works for Maharashtra state only. The board is well known as MSBSHSE. MSBSHSE came into existence under the act of 1965. Maharashtra Board conducts the exams for the secondary as well as for the senior secondary standard. There are a total of nine divisions in the state such as Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nasik, Kolhapur, Amravati, Latur, Nagpur, and Ratnagiri. Every year, more than 14 lakh students take part in the exams of class 10 and class 12.