The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Education and Higher Secondary Education said that the supplementary examination for higher secondary certificate (HSC or Class 12) examinations and Secondary School Certificate (SSC or Class 10) examinations will commence from July 17, a TOI report said.
According to the report, the practical, graded examinations are orals will be conducted from July 9-16 in all nine divisions of Maharashtra such as Amaravati, Aurangabad, Konkan, Latur, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, Kolhapur and Pune. While the SSC examination will be conducted on August 2, ,the HSC examination will end on August 4. The minimum competency vocational courses (MCVC) examination for HSC will commence from July 1 and end on August 2, the report pointed out.
The Board has also uploaded the detailed date-wise time table of all the three exams on its official website, mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in. The time table on the website is tentative and the printed times table sent to schools and junior colleges before the examinations will be treated as final. The students must confirm their subject papers from the printed time table sent to schools and appear for exams accordingly, the official statement read. Students should not refer to time table announced on websites other than the state board or even the ones circulating on social media, it said.
HSC marks sheets
The original mark sheets of higher secondary certificate (HSC, Class 12) examinations will be distributed to students on June 12 in their respective junior colleges at 3.00 PM. The Board will distribute mark sheets to schools and junior colleges by 11.00 AM. Students can collect the mark sheets by 3.00 PM. The online result of HSC examination was published by the Board on May 30, added the report.