Maharashtra SSC, HSC Board Examinations 2022: Maharashtra Board’s SSC and HSC examination 2022 will be held in March-April 2022. The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Maharashtra has issued a question bank for the preparation of students. Students who are going to sit for the Maharashtra 10th, 12th Board Examination 2022 organized by Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) in offline mode on different dates this year, can visit the official website for better preparation. You can download the question bank from here.

Maharashtra Education Minister Varsha Gaekwad tweeted that મદદscertmaha subject banks will provide question banks to help Std 10 and 12 students prepare for state board exams. This will be available on, students should take advantage of it. He further added that this question bank will help the students in their self-study, understanding the exam pattern and improving the preparation for the upcoming exams.

Maharashtra 10th, 12th Board Examinations 2022 Question Banks: Download here
To download Maharashtra SSC or HSC Question Bank, first visit the official website Go to the Home Page and click on the ‘Question Bank for 10th, 12th Board Exam’ link. A new page will open on the screen where students will click on the download link of their class question bank and download the sample paper by subject. After downloading the sample paper, students can take a printout of it and keep it with them. Question bank download Here is the direct link

Find out when the 10th and 12th board exams will be held in Maharashtra
The board informed that SSC examination will be held from March 15 to April 4, 2022, while practical and oral examination will be held from February 25 to March 3. According to the board, the ‘out of turn’ examination will be held from April 5 to April 22. So far, 16,25,311 students have applied for the SSC exam, while 14,72,562 students have applied for the HSC exam, according to board officials.

The number of examination centers has increased due to Kovid-19
According to officials, 25 students will be seated in one classroom. Earlier there were 5,042 centers for SSC examination, which has been increased to 21,341. At the same time, there were 2,943 centers for HSC examination, but now it has been increased to 9,613.

Students protesting offline board exams
Students, on the other hand, are protesting against offline board exams. They say it is not safe for students or officials to conduct offline examinations during an outbreak of the Corona virus (COVID 19) epidemic. However, the Maharashtra Board has clarified that no change will be made in the examination dates and it will be taken in offline mode.

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