Maharashtra State Government has decided to take exams for class 10 and class 12 amid this pandemic. Now the Maharashtra State Council of Educational Research and Training has released question banks. These question banks are for HSC, SSC board and only for class 10 and class 12. As in the state, the exams will be conducted for class 10 from April 29 and conclude on May 20. Also for Maharashtra HSC or Class, 12 Board Exams will be conducted from April 23 and conclude on May 21. The State Board Board has released this question as it will help students for their upcoming exams. Students will get some idea how to attempt the paper and kinds of questions which could come in exams.
Question bank details
This question bank will contain multiple-choice questions. Students can easily download this question bank from Maharashtra Academic Authority or MAA website maa.ac.in. Earlier we have seen that state education minister Varsha Gaikwad has earlier shared that the MSBSHSE or Maharashtra Board has been instructed to provide the question bank for the students. As this question bank will be very helpful for the students. The main idea behind this question bank is that the education department wants the students to have a good idea about the questions. Due to the pandemic, the students could not be able to have good knowledge about their subjects as the academic session was largely curtailed.
Question for these subjects
For almost every subject the state board has released the question bank. But here is the list for class 10 and class 12 for which question bank will be available. Class 10 History and Political Science question banks are available in English while Maths Part 1 and Part 2, Geography Subjects are available in Marathi. Class 12 the question banks for Arts, Commerce, and Science are available. Also for Mathematics and statistics for Arts, Science, and Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, and History subjects are available.
People are against the examination
As the government is all set to conduct the board exams. But almost 56% population wants these exams to be canceled. As there are some parents who want the exams to be conducted online. The population who wants to conduct the exams online is 30%.
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