Maharashtra HSC Board Exam 2019: MSBSHSE Guidelines to Follow on the Class 12 Examination Day
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Maharashtra will host the state board examinations for class 12 students from February 21. The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exams date sheet is available online at the official website; for candidates to download. According to the timetable, the MSBSHSE Class 12 HSC board examination will continue till March 20. The examination is just a few days away, and there are specific essential guidelines that the candidates are expected to follow on the board exam day. This year, the Maharashtra Board will conduct the examinations across many centres under strict surveillance. Download PDF of Class 12 MSBSHSE HSC Board Examination 2019 Schedule. 

While the class 12 board examinations will begin a little earlier, the class 10 exams will start in March. As per the MSBSHSE board exam schedule 2019, the Senior Secondary Certificate (SSC) examinations will commence from March 1 and continue till March 22. For both the classes, the Maharashtra Board has notified some exam day instructions that every candidate will have to follow. Important Instructions to Follow on the ISC Board Examination Day. 

MSBSHSE Class 12 Exam Day Guidelines

1. Reach the examination centre at least half an hour before the set time.

2. Do not forget to carry your admit card. The hall tickets are an important document and those without it will not be allowed to appear in the class 12 board examination.

3. Utilise the first few minutes given to read the question paper thoroughly before you start answering them.

4. Read the instructions carefully before writing the exam and try to finish answering the questions within the restricted time.

5. Do not carry any electronic items such as watches, calculator or any barred particulars inside the examination hall.

6. The candidates are also advised to not engage themselves in any kind of malpractices during the board examinations.

The Maharashtra Board MSBSHSE, Pune is an autonomous Body established under the provisions of the Maharashtra Act. It is responsible for conducting the HSC and SSC Examinations in the state of Maharashtra through its nine Divisional Boards located at Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nasik, Kolhapur, Amravati, Latur, Nagpur and Ratnagiri.