Maharashtra Board Students who failed Class IX, to fill the form 17 to be eligible for the 2016-17-Admission Jankari
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Maharashtra Board Students who failed Class IX, to fill the form 17 to be eligible for the 2016-17

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Published : 14 Aug, 2015 By: AdmissionJankari
  • The Maharashtra state board of secondary and higher secondary education (MSBSHSE) authorities have asked aspirants, who fizzled Class IX, to fill the structure 17 to be qualified for the 2016-17 Class X examination.

    In a round on August 12, secretary of the Kolhapur divisional leading group of the MSBSHSE Sharad Gosavi expressed that the aspirants, who fizzled in Class IX, need to fill the structure to show up for the Class X exam to spare their scholastic year.

    Gosavi said the structure was not new and would be accessible for the aspirants, who pick as private hopefuls or for the aspirants of class IX neglected to clear the SSC exam. "We have requested that the school superintendents make the obliged move to tell the aspirants about the structure," he said.

    He included that the MSBSHSE would begin tolerating online structures for the February 2016 higher optional declaration (HSC) examination from August 17.

    He said that aspirants ought to visit www.mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in to fill the structure. The online applications will be acknowledged up to August 31, and with late charges up to September 8.

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