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Maharashtra HSC Result 2021 Latest Update, MSBSHSE Class 12 Evaluation Criteria: The wait is on for the declaration of Maharashtra 12th Board Result 2021, which is going to end soon. Maharashtra Government has released the evaluation criteria for Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) or Intermediate result on Friday, 02 July 2021. State School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad (Varsha Gaikwad) announced this through his official Twitter account.The government has released the evaluation criteria for class 12 after much deliberation keeping in mind the various parameters. “In view of the pandemic, the state board is permitted to clear all the students in the HSC examination,” an official notification said. Let us tell you that this Criteria CBSE Marking Scheme (CBSE Marking scheme) is the same as 40:30:30.
School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said that Maharashtra’s Class 12 or HSC students should take into account the college-based assignments of Class 12 and Class 11 and marks in the three best-performing subjects of Class 10 or HSC final exam. Will be promoted.
Maharashtra HSC Result 2021 Evaluation Criteria: Understand 40+30+30 Formula HereFrom 12th class – 40 percent markingFrom class 11th – 30% marking from final exam resultFrom 10th class – 30 percent marks from best three subjectsWhereas for practicals, marks will be awarded based on the existing policy of Maharashtra Board.
Re-exam option“Any candidate who is not satisfied with the marks given can appear in the next few examinations to be conducted by the board to improve the marks,” the education minister said. However, no official announcement has been made regarding the date or schedule of the re-exam yet. After improving the situation of Kovid-19, its decision will be taken in the review meeting.
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12th Marking FormulaThe 12th result will be declared on the basis of 30+30+40 marking formula, which was recently introduced by the board in the Supreme Court. 30% marks in 10th, 30 percent in 11th and 40 percent marks in 12th have been made the basis of evaluation.
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