The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is liable to announce the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam comes about by this weekend.
Kolhapur divisional board secretary Sharad Gosavi told TOI that all the requirements for the result have been finished and the result may be declared on June 6. "The state board may formally pass on the date in the following two days," he included.
Gosavi said the HSC mark sheets will be segregated on June 4 at individual junior schools and subsequently the date for SSC result is between June 5 and 8. "This year the entire evaluation procedure was led with no hiccups. There were a few minutes with educators' bodies bringing in their fomentation, yet the convenient intervention from higher authorities helped," he said.
There were approximate 10 lakh SSC answer sheets of the particular subjects and around eight lakh answer sheets of HSC were evaluated in the division.
This year, the Kolhapur divisional board has 1.53 lakh hopefuls enlisted for the SSC examination, including exactly 10,000 repeater candidates. The theory examination began from March 3 at 343 examination centres over the division comprising of Kolhapur, Sangli and Satara regions. The examination finished on March 26. Almost 9,000 teachers evaluated the papers of SSC hopefuls in the division.
This year, SSC and HSC candidates were given question papers ten minutes prior to the exam time. In the 10 minutes, they can go through questions and choose which ones they need to endeavor. The answer sheets can be given to the hopefuls after the 10-minute perusing time. These progressions were taken up by the board so lessen the weight on understudies. Around 16 lakh candidates show up for the SSC exam consistently in the state.
An uncertain strike called by Gramin Dak Sewaks (provincial postal workers) could have influenced answer paper appraisal. Upwards of 900 postal representatives working at the town and taluka levels were on strike in March as a major aspect of the across the country dissent called by the All India Gramin Dak Sevaks Union. Because of this, answer papers couldn't be conveyed to separate mediators and instructors living in rustic ranges. The strike was later canceled.
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