Maharashtra board HSC admit card 2021 Published Today, Maharashtra HSC Exam date
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Maharashtra HSC admit card 2021 Published Today
Maharashtra HSC Admit Card 2021 Release Date: Today, April 3, 2021, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education will release the Maharashtra HSC admit card 2021. All Maharashtra Higher Secondary Schools/Junior Colleges can download their hall tickets from mahahsscboard.in using their school or college ID once they are released. Students who plan to sit for the Maharashtra HSC exam (Class 12) will get their admit cards from their schools later. The Maharashtra HSC exam, also known as Class 12, will begin on April 23 and end on May 21. In the meantime, schools and colleges can contact their respective divisional board office if they have any problems downloading Maharashtra HSC Admit Card 2021.
Student loses their admit card refer Official Website: In general, if a student loses his or her Maharashtra HSC Admit Card 2021, a duplicate admit card with a remark may be given. mahahsscboard.in is the official website to which you can refer. Schools and colleges must download the Maharashtra HSC Admit Card 2021 and have it signed by the principal or headmaster, according to Maharashtra State Board instructions.
Steps to Download Maharashtra HSC Exam 2021 Hall Tickets
Step 1: Visit MSBSHSE's official website, mahahsscboard. in.
Step 2: On the home page, click the Maharashtra HSC Exam 2021 hall tickets link.
Step 3: Enter the login information and click "Submit."
Step 4: The screen will show your hall ticket.
Step 5: Check and download the hall ticket.
Step 6: Make a hard copy of the document for future reference.
Maharashtra HSC Exam date: The Board has scheduled the Class 12th Examination for April 23rd to May 21st, 2021. Candidates are advised to take the exam seriously and prepare accordingly.
The exam will be conducted in two shifts.
- 1st Shift: 10.30 AM to 01.30 PM
- 2nd Shift: 02.30 to 05.30 PM.
Instructions for schools and junior colleges are also important: The heads of the institutions must sign the hall tickets. The schools, in consultation with the Divisional Board, will make changes to the subjects and examination medium. Schools and colleges may make corrections to a student's picture, name, and signature. A physical picture may be affixed and signed by the principal if the digital photograph is defective.