Maharashtra: An important information has come to the fore for the students appearing in the Maharashtra State Board Exam 2023. The board has informed that the hall tickets will be available from today for the students appearing in the Maharashtra State Board 10th examination. Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune Affiliated to Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune Online Admit for All Divisional Board Students for Higher Secondary Certificate (E.10th) Examination March 2023 card will be provided.
Maharashtra State Board 10th Exam will be conducted from 2nd March to 25th March 2023. Accordingly, these hall tickets will be available from college login today i.e. 06 Feb 2023 from 3 PM onwards. These admit cards will be available on the website www.mahahssscboard.in. In case of any technical problem in this regard, the Board has requested the Higher Secondary Schools/Junior Colleges to approach the Divisional Board.
For March 2023, all higher secondary schools of all divisional boards are required to print and issue 10th exam online admit cards to students. Also, no separate fee should be charged from the students while printing the online admit card. The board has also said in its notice that the said admit card should be printed and signed by the headmaster.
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If there is something wrong with the hall ticket then…
In case of change in the subject or medium in the admit card, the higher secondary schools will have to go to the divisional board for correction. It is also stated that the correction in respect of photograph, signature, name of the student in the Admit Card should be done by the Higher Secondary Schools/Junior Colleges at their own level and a copy of the same should be sent to the Board immediately. In this way you can get your admit card corrected.
If the admit card is lost then…
Many times it also happens that the admit card is lost by a student in a hurry. In case the admit card is lost by the students, the concerned higher secondary schools have been asked to reprint it and give another admit card to the students with a note saying ‘excellent copy’ in red ink. Along with this, instructions have also been given that if the photo is damaged, the photo of the student should be pasted on it and the signature of the concerned headmaster/principal should be obtained.