The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will begin the online submission of applications for Upper Secondary Certificate or 12th Exam on October 1. The last date to apply for new candidates is October 21. The Maharashtra HSC Board Exams 2023 are scheduled in February-March.
The candidates for repeat, private, HSC vocational and improvement exams can fill the application form from October 22 to November 4. All candidates can register for the HSC exam through the Saral database. There will be no further extension of the application dates, MSBSHSE said.
फेब्रुवारी-मार्च २०२३ मध्ये घेण्यात येणाऱ्या उच्च माध्यमिक प्रमाणपत्र (इ. १२ वी) परीक्षेची आवेदनपत्रे ऑनलाईन सादर करावयाच्या तारखांबाबत. pic.twitter.com/WQ3Amn1dXQ
— MSBSHSE (@msbshse) September 30, 2022
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The 2023 board exams for class 10 or Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and class 12 or Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) are likely to start from February. The Maharashtra Board has issued a preliminary schedule for both SSC and HSE exams. This is the first time the state education board has released the schedules nearly six months in advance. However, the data is provisional.
The HSC exams are tentatively held from February 21 to March 20 and the SSC exam from March 2 to March 25. The rosters are available at mahahsscboard.in. “This tentative timetable or exam dates are set to help schools and junior colleges prepare their academic activities accordingly to not only complete the syllabus but also help students prepare for the board exam,” reads the circular from the Maharashtra administration.
It is important for students to understand that this schedule is tentative and should not be considered as the official schedule of the MSBSHSE for 2023. The Maharashtra Board will announce the final schedule for the Maharashtra SSC and HSC exams in 2023 as soon as it is current academic year is about to end.
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