No question paper sets for SSC examinations this year

In order to ease the paper-correction procedure, the State Education Board has decided to remove the question paper set practice for SSC examinations from March 2019 onwards


After the SSC curriculum changed this academic year, the students will be appearing for the examination for the first time in March 2019, with a changed portion. Therefore, the students will have similar question papers for English, Second Language, and Third Language, along with Mathematics Part One and Mathematics Part Two.

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) released a circular that there will be no more question paper sets of ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’. 

Since 2004, the SSC and HSC examinations consisted of different question paper sets and accordingly, the students were provided with four sets of question papers. Due to which, the cases of copying had come to a halt. However, this year, the curriculum had changed and therefore, the questions saw a structural change in several papers.

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Accordingly, the students will have to write down the answers by mentioning the Assessment, Deletion, Appreciation for the problem in their answer sheets. Alongside, the students will also be asked questions from the textbook as well out of the syllabus.

In order, to ease the paper-correction procedure, MSBSHSE decided to remove the question paper set system. Therefore, the regulations will be applicable by March 2019 SSC examinations.