The Maharashtra Board has informed about the evaluation criteria for the HSC students. Like CBSE, the Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary And Higher Secondary Education will also calculate results based on three-year performance.
Over 14 lakh students registered for Maharashtra HSC, the scores will be calculated on the basis of the best of three marks of class 10, class 11 final score, and class 12 internal assessment.
Maharashtra School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad called it an “ad-hoc arrangement.” She said, “It is no doubt an ad-hoc arrangement but one that attempts to capture the spirit of continuous assessments using credible data points.”
Schools are asked to start with the evaluation process. As a relief, the MSBHSHSE has decided to pass all students. Even, if a student is not satisfied with their score, they will get a chance to appear for board exams.
Varsha Gaikwad also said that it has been a school like no other year, wishing everyone all the best for a happy, healthy & bright future ahead. On an average of about 14 lakh students who registered for Maharashtra HSC exams are now passed and can seek admission in colleges based on their merit. The results are set to be out by July 31 2021
State Higher and Technical Education Minister Uday Samant had clarified earlier that, the admission process for non-professional courses will start after Class 12 results are declared in Maharashtra.