Difference between Maharashtra SSC and HSC Exam

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is a legal and self-governing established under the Maharashtra Secondary Boards Act 1965. And it develop the most important task of the board among few others is to conduct the SSC and HSC examinations.

It is one of the most popular education boards in terms of nomination in high school in India only after the CBSE. It has been ranked 4th in the 'Futuristic Education Boards in India' between more than 35 educational boards in the country.

The latest information for Board of Higher Secondary Education Maharashtra Pune has liberated the time table for the board exam for both Secondary School Certificate Examination and Higher Secondary Certificate examination.

According to the latest news of the Maharashtra SSC Time Table 2018 exam will be conducted in February-March period. In case of HSC students the exam will be conducted between February 21 and March 20. And for SSC, the exams will be operated between March 1 and March 24.The detailed schedule for the all kind of Maharashtra board exam is available on the website.

Government has currently revised the rules for awarding additional marks to SSC Class 10 students excelling in arts and culture. Through this process students can now earn up to 15 marks extra instead of 25 given earlier. And the state government has also done away with the two percent protection for the students.


Board cut-off marks in the written exams will ensure that the students have basic knowledge regarding the subjects they have cleared. The students of the class 9 and class 11 this new rule will come into effect from June. Some of the students with disabilities, who find it difficult to score in theory exams as they are unable to write, will be affected adversely by the new rule. From this process many concessions of the students with such disabilities and can improve own study. And for more information regarding the board the Check Exam Update about ICSE Board Exam.      

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