Maharashtra State Board: News

17 Jul 2021

Maharashtra

Maharashtra: 99.95% students pass class 10; online links crash

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) on Friday declared the results of the evaluation for Class 10 which recorded a passing percentage of 99.95 percent, the highest ever in its history.

04 Mar 2020

Maharashtra

Watch: People climb Maharashtra school wall to help students cheat

In a shocking incident, a group of men climbed the boundary wall of a school in Yavatmal, Maharashtra, to help students cheat during an examination.

20 Mar 2019

Maharashtra

Maharashtra: State board's SSC examination papers leaked on social media

Question papers of three subjects of the Maharashtra State Board's Class 10 examination have been allegedly leaked in Thane district of Maharashtra, police said today.

31 May 2018

Mumbai

Maharashtra sees dip in Class-XII success rate, Mumbai's performance disappoints

At a time when the country is reveling in the high success rate of students in this year's class X and XII exams, Maharashtra has received a setback.

05 Mar 2018

Pune

Frisking of girls at MIT-Pune: Parties seek probe, demand action

A probe has been demanded by the Shiv Sena, Congress, and NCP, on Monday into the alleged frisking of girl students at a school run by a Pune-based institute, while they had come there to appear for class 12 examinations.

01 Feb 2018

Maharashtra

Class X textbooks of Maharashtra leaked on WhatsApp

The textbook bureau of Maharashtra has recently filed a complaint with the Mumbai Police after some of the new class X textbooks were leaked on WhatsApp even before they were printed.

08 Jun 2017

Mumbai

Maharashtra's Konkan route to get 21 new railway stations

With the purpose of expansion and modernization, 21 new railways stations will be added on the Konkan route in Maharashtra.

02 Jun 2017

Bihar

Answer sheets stolen : Students to be allotted 'average' marks

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education will allot average marks to 186 students after the answer sheets were stolen.