Nagpur News: Maharashtra SSC, HSC exams will commence from September 25. Approximately 2.15 lakh students will sit for the SSC exams. About 1.81 lakh will appear for the HSC examination.
Students from 15,505 secondary schools and 5,911 junior colleges have registered for the exam, which will be conducted across 1,015 examination centres.
The SSC exam will get over on October 9 while the HSC exam will get over on October 17.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Education, Pune came into existence on January 1, 1966 to regulate certain matters pertaining to secondary education in the state of Maharashtra, India. The act was amended in 1976 and the name of the Board changed to its present name – The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.
The most prominent task of the board is to conduct the SSC and HSC examinations. The exams are conducted in March and results declared in June. In March 2000, 1.44 million students from 13,835 schools gave the SSC examination and over 800,000 students from 3,581 schools/colleges gave the HSC examination.