Maharashtra Education Board H.S.C. exams dates Time Table 2021 news and updates

Are you searching for the dates of the Class 12 Maharashtra HSC exams 2021? This article provides the recently announced dates of the Maharashtra HSC exams and will provided updates with the detailed time table as well.

The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Examination is taken by students at the end of Class 12. Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will soon be releasing the date sheet for the timetable of the 2021 Class 12 HSC exams. MSBSHSE is the State Government Board which schedules the annual Class 10 and Class 12 exams through the individual Divisional Boards in various prominent towns and cities, including Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Amravati, Latur, Nagpur and Ratnagiri. Other than the main exam there are supplementary exams as well.

As per the information released by the State Education Minister Vaishali Gaikwad, the notification of which is on her Twitter page, the Class 12 exams will be conducted in the months of April and May. Students of all the streams, namely Arts, Science, and Commerce will be appearing for the HSC exams between 23rd April 2021 and 29th May 2021. As per the subject paper, like in earlier years, the timings of the exam will be either in the morning shift or the evening shift. Students will appear for the morning exam between 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and for the evening exam between 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Practicals and oral assessment will likely be between 1st April and 22nd April 2021. If everything goes off smoothly as planned, then the results of the 2021 HSC exams will be announced in the last week of July.

Where to check and download the timetable

The timetable will be officially available at the MSBSHSE portal by the end of January 2021. All you have to do is visit the website and you will see the notification link for the timetable. There will also be a timetable for the vocational subject exam papers. The timetable can be downloaded for quick reference.

At the exam centre

Instructions will also be issued for the protocol to be followed at the exam centre. Students will be advised to be punctual and ideally arrive at the exam centre at least one hour prior to the start of an exam paper. This is due to the requirement of checking, verification and other processes for safety and security in the current scenario of the pandemic. Ensure that you have the Admit Card and other required documents, otherwise, you will not be permitted to enter the exam centre.

While we await the official timetable with dates and timings, here's general information about the subjects that are offered under the Arts, Commerce and Science streams as per the norms of the MSBSHSE-

Subjects of Arts' Stream

These are the mandatory subjects- English; Modern Indian Language or Modern Foreign Language or Classical Language; Environment Education; and Health and Physical Education.

The Elective Subjects include Languages such as Sanskrit, Pali, Persian, etc History, Geography, Maths & Stats, Philosophy, Logic, Psychology, Economics, English Literature, Defence Studies, Education, Home Management, Music, Information Technology, etc.

Subjects of Commerce Stream

The mandatory subjects are the same as for the Arts' Stream. The Elective Subjects include Secretarial Practice Mathematics and Statistics, Economics, Geography, Book-keeping and Accountancy, Organisation of Commerce and Management, Co-operation, Occupational Orientation, Defence Studies, Information Technology, and English Literature.

Subjects of Science Stream

The mandatory subjects are the same as for the Arts' Stream. The Elective Subjects include Mathematics and Statistics, Geology, Home Management (for Standard XI only), Food Science (for Standard XI only), Child Development (for Standard XII only), Textile (for Std. XII only), Psychology, Economics, Geography, Defence Studies, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture Science and Technology, Animal Science and Technology, Sociology, Sanskrit, Education, Information Technology, and English Literature.

Bookmark this page to get the latest updates on the specific dates and times of both, the theory and the practicals of 2021 HSC exams. All the best! Get updates on the Class 10 SSC exam timetable as well .

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