MSBSHSE SSC Exam 2019:The MSBSHSE is planning to scrap the different set pattern for the question paper in the SSC examination. The board has planned to change the paper pattern and make it more subjective than before. The sets were introduced a few years back to stop the students from copying the answers in the examination. The candidates in a classroom were given four sets of question papers for mathematics, second and third languages. The difficulty level of all the sets were more or less same but at it end it helped the education authorities to stop students from copying the answers from each other’s answer sheets. But reports have suggested that from this year onwards, the practice will be discontinued.
"In the new syllabus, the papers will be based on a student's understanding of the topic, personal views and interaction in a classroom. Answers are not dependent on the basis of rote learning the content in textbooks. Hence, there is no scope for students to copy from each other," stated a circular issued by the board. As per the reports of the Times of India, the old arrangement will, however, continue for HSC students.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education was established in 1965 as an autonomous body under Maharashtra Act No. 41 of 1965. The duties of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education include conducting the HSC and the SSC Examinations in the state of Maharashtra.