MSBSHSE Class 10th SSC announces 2021 result tomorrow on

Maharashtra State Council SSC 10th Result 2021 Date and time: Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHSE) will release the Board Examination Result SSC or Class 10 on Friday, 16 July at 1 pm. Once released, students can check their results on the official websites – and, where they can be downloaded and students can take a hard copy of their objective marks.

More than 17 lakh students registered for the SSC exam this year.

Earlier, School Education Minister Varsha Gaekwad confirmed that the result would be announced by July 15, and the Common Entrance Examination (CET) for class 11 admission would be conducted by the end of July or first week of August.

While the board has not been able to conduct SSC Class 10 exams due to the sharp rise in Covid cases, student results are being prepared on the basis of alternative means of assessment. According to this evaluation pattern, each topic carries 100 marks. Of these 100 marks, 50 percent will be calculated based on the student’s result in class 9, 30 percent based on the internal assessment of the student’s performance throughout the year, and 20 percent based on the student’s performance on an oral/practical homework done on the year round.

A committee of seven members has been formed at each school level headed by the school principal which is entrusted with ensuring that no misconduct occurs in the assessment and disciplinary action can be initiated by the committee for it. If a student is not satisfied with their results or their assessment style, they will have the option of appearing for the Classroom Improvement Scheme exams that will be taken once the pandemic situation is under control.

Previously, SSC exams were scheduled to start on April 29 and end on May 20. However, amid the rise in Covid-19 cases, Varsha Gaekwad announced via Twitter, the cancellation of Class 10 tests.

Last year, the board was unable to conduct all Class 10 tests, and tests suspended due to the pandemic were cancelled. The canceled geography paper score is prepared on the basis of the student’s average performance in the other papers. The board saw a success rate of 95.3 per cent.

The board has also been unable to conduct HSC Class 12 exams due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The decision to cancel HSC exams came after the Central Board of Secondary Education announced the cancellation of Class 12 CBSE exams, due to the pandemic. This was followed by the announcement by the Indian School Certificate Examinations Board that the Class 12 or ISC exams would be cancelled. Subsequently, several states, including West Bengal, Odisha, Uttarakhand and Maharashtra, announced the abolition of Class 12 examinations in their states.


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