Maharashtra Board Result 2022: Maharashtra board exam result expected to be released between June 5 and 10

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Maharashtra Board 10th 12th Result 2022: For the students waiting for the Maharashtra Board result, there is an update regarding the result. The results are expected to be declared by the first week of June.

MSBSHSE Result 2022: Students are waiting for the release of Maharashtra Board Exam Result. Earlier, the board had instructed the teachers to complete the copy checking work at the earliest. Meanwhile, information has come out regarding Maharashtra Board Result that the results of Class 12 (HSC) (Maharashtra Board Result 2022) Expected to be announced between June 5 to 10. Whereas class 10 (SSC) results can be declared between June 15 and 20. board of Education ,MSBSHSE, Chairman, Sharad Gosavi said that the work of scanning the answer sheets and division wise reports is almost done.

Maharashtra Board 10th result expected between June 5 and 10

He said that after moderating the marks and scanning each answer sheet in the system, each department prepares its report and then based on how much time it takes for correction, we send the result to the higher-ups in the department. Send a proposal after which department dates are announced. Although he said that the results of XII, HSC (Maharashtra HSC Result 2022) The tentative dates will be between June 5 and 10, while the results of class X, SSC can be declared between June 15 and 20.

Students were given extra time in the examination

After a break of two years, the examinations were conducted offline i.e. in pen-paper mode. While Maharashtra (MSBSHSE Offline Exam) In this, the students were continuously demanding for online examination. But even after heavy protests, all the exams were conducted in pen-paper mode only. Students were given 30 minutes extra time in the board exam. Because the practice of writing has reduced due to online classes in the child. Keeping this in mind, the board had given extra time.

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Gosavi said there would be no delay in declaring the result as the team of moderators and board officials worked overtime to ensure it. More than 14.72 lakh students had appeared in the HSC examinations that started from March 4, while the number of SSC examinations which started from March 15 was around 16.25 lakh.