Good news for over 30 lakh students enrolled in Maharashtra Board affiliated schools – the evaluation process of both HSC (class 12) and SSC (class 10) board exams is coming to an end. This comes after some Maharashtra Board teachers boycotted the evaluation work. At the time, the results were expected to be delayed, but MSBSHSE officials have told the media that the evaluation process is nearing completion and the results will be announced in June.
The Mumbai branch of the state administration stated that several teachers are delaying grading work by boycotting the correction of the exam paper. It went on to say that in the event of such delays, the moderators are responsible for providing amended answer sheets to the board and bear the costs. These costs will have to be compensated by a reduction in the allowance that teachers receive for paper correction.
However, the case has been resolved and the result deadlines are respected. While announcing the exam dates, Maharashtra School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad had said that “the aim is to announce the HSC results in the second week of June 2022 and the SSC results in the second week of July.” to make.” claimed that the HSC results can be expected between June 5 and 10 and that class 10 students can expect the SSC results between June 15 and 20.
More than 14.72 lakh students had appeared for HSC exams and more than 16.25 lakh students had registered for Maharashtra Board SSC exams. This year, SSC exams in Maharashtra were conducted from March 15 to April 18, and for HSC students, the exams were held from March 4 to April 7. The offline exams took place after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
Once announced, the result will be available on the official websites, mahahsscboard.in,
msbshse.co.in, mh-ssc.ac.in, mahresult.nic.in and News18.com. To check the score on news18.com, students can fill out the form below –
Despite student protests, the Maharashtra administration remained adamant and had conducted offline exams. During the exams, pictures of questionnaires had surfaced online. Maharashtra’s education minister, Varsha Gaikwad, had refuted the claims, calling the leak a “false propaganda.” “Class 12 chemistry question paper has not been leaked. The alleged leaked paper is torn, false propaganda is being spread through some social media. There is no fact in it,” the minister had said. There were also several reports of massive cheating and telephone use in the exam hall.
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