HSC Commerce 2021 Exam updates



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The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has released the 12th HSC Board Time Table 2021 at the official website of MSBSHSE. The officials have released the HSC Board Time Table 2021 Maharashtra for Arts, Science, Commerce on 16th February 2021. HSC Time Table is made available in Hindi, Marathi, and English medium. Earlier, the officials had announced the Maharashtra HSC Exam Dates.

Maharashtra HSC Time Table 2021

The Maharashtra HSC Time Table 2021 is tabulated below:

Dates

1st Half Subject
10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m

2nd Half Subject
3- 6 p.m.

23rd April 2021

English (01)

24th April 2021

Hindi

German
Japanese
Persian
Avesta-Pahalavi

26th April 2021

Marathi (02)
Gujarati (03)
Kannada (04)
Sindhi(05)
Malayalam (08)
Tamil (09)
Telugu (10)
Punjabi (11)
Bengali (12)

Urdu (5)
French (13)
Pali (35)
Ardhamagadhi
Spanish

27th April 2021

Sanskrit

Russian
Arabic

28th April 2021

Secretarial practics

Home management (A/S)

29th April 2021

Hindi literature
Marathi literature
Hindi Applied
Maharashtra Prakrut

History & Development of Indian Music (A)

30th April 2021

Organisation of Commerce & management
Food Science & Technology

3rd May 2021

Cooperation (A/C) (53)
Physics

4th May 2021

Philosophy

5th May 2021

Chemistry

Political Science

6th May 2021

Logic

7th May 2021

Mathematics & Statistics (A/S)
Mathematics & Statistics (C)

Percussion Instruments (A)

8th May 2021

History (A/S/C)

10th May 2021

Textiles (A/S)

Bookkeeping & Accountancy (A/S/C)

11th May 2021

Biology (S)

History of art & appreciation (A)
(Painting, sculpture, architecture)

12th May 2021

Geology (S)

Economics (A/S/C)

15th May 2021

Geography (A/S/C)

17th May 2021

Sociology (A/S/C)

18th May 2021

(Vocational) BI-Focal Courses Paper-II, Technical Group Paper-II
Electrical Maintenance (S) (A1)
Mechanical Maintenance (S) (A2)
Scooter and Motor Cycle(A3)
Servicing (A/S/C)

Education (A/S)

COMMERCE GROUP PAPER-I
Banking (A/S/C) (A5)
Office Management (A/S/C) (A7)
Marketing and Salesmanship (A/S/C) (A8)
Small Industries and Self-Employment (A/S/C) (A9)

Multi skill technician (general engineering
Multi skill technician (electrical)
Multi skill technician (gardening)
Landscaping & nursery management
Electronics & hardware installation technician & computing peripherals
Multi skill technician (food processing)
Banking financial services & insurance business correspondent
Media & entertainment – animator

General Civil Engg(S) (A4)
Electronics(S) (C2)
Computer Science (S) (D9)

Automotive service technician
Retail sales associate
Healthcare general
Duty assistant
Beauty therapist
Sports – physical
Trainer
Agriculture
Microirrigation
Technician
Tourism & Hospitality – customer service executive (meet & greet)

AGRICULTURE GROUP PAPER-1
Animal Science and Dairying (S) (B2)
Crop Science (S) (B4)
Horticulture (S) (B5)

FISHERY GROUP PAPER-I
Fish Processing Technology (B9)(A/S/C)
Fresh Water Fish Culture (C1)(A/S/C)

19th May 2021

Psychology (A/S/C)

20th May 2021

(Vocational) BI-Focal Courses Paper-II, Technical Group Paper-II
Electrical maintenance (A/S/C)
Mechanical maintenance (A/S/C)
Scooter & motorcycle servicing (A/S/C)

Occupational orientation

General civil engineering (A/S/C)
Electronics (A/S/C)
Computer science (A/S/C)

 

Commerce Group Paper – II
Banking (A/S/C)
Office management (A/S/C)
Marketing & Salesmanship (A/S/C)
Small industries & self-employment (A/S/C)

 

21st May 2021

Child development
Defence Studies (A/S/C)

Agriculture Science & technology (A/S/C)
Animal Science & technology (A/S/C)

 

Maharashtra HSC Exam Dates 2021

The officials have now released the detailed subject-wise date sheet. Students can now view/download Maharashtra HSC Time Table for Class 12 to know their HSC Exam Date 2021 Maharashtra.

Events

Dates

HSC Exam Date Vocational Revised Course

23rd April to 19th May 2021

HSC Exam Date Vocational Old Course

23rd April to 19th May 2021

HSC Exam Date General & Bifocal Course (Revised Course)

23rd April to 21st May 2021

HSC Exam Date General & Bifocal Course (Old Course)

23rd April to 21st May 2021

 

An Overview

Here is an overview of the Maharashtra Board 12th time table 2021:

Board Name

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE)

Exam Name

Maharashtra HSC Examination 2021

Exam Mode

 Offline

Exam Start Date

23rd April 2021

Exam End Date

21st May 2021

Official Website

mahahsscboard.org

 

Maharashtra HSC Hall Ticket 2021

Candidates appearing for the Maharashtra Board exams must carry the HSC 12th Hall Ticket to the exam hall. For regular students, school officials will distribute the hall ticket. Whereas for private students, the board officials will release the hall ticket. Maharashtra board class 12th hall ticket 2021 can be downloaded once the board releases it on the official website - mahahsscboard.in and the board usually publishes HSC hall ticket in the month of February every year. This year, the class 12th practical exams are commencing from 1st April 2021, therefore, students can expect to receive the Maharashtra HSC hall ticket in the fourth week of March 2021. The school examination department had downloaded the hall tickets and distributed them to the students.

How to Download Maharashtra HSC Hall Ticket 2021? 

To download the Maharashtra state board HSC hall ticket 2021, school authorities need to carry out the following steps.

Step 1: Visit the official website of the Maharashtra HSC Board mahahsscboard.in

Step 2: Click on "Maharashtra HSC Hall Ticket 2021" link under the "Latest Notifications" section of the homepage.

Step 3: Fill in the required details asked to access the Maharashtra HSC Hall Ticket 2021 and click on the "Submit" button.

Step 4: Maharashtra HSC Hall Ticket will be displayed on the screen for review, download and save the hall ticket after verifying all the details mentioned on it.

Details mentioned on Maharashtra HSC Hall Ticket 2021

Maharashtra HSC hall ticket 2021 will contain the details listed below. Candidates are advised to verify all the details that are present on the same before taking the printout.

1.    Name of the examination

2.    Candidate Name

3.    Photograph of the candidate

4.    Father’s Name

5.    Roll Number

6.    Registration Number

7.    School Code 

8.    Center Code and Name

9.    Important Instructions

10. Signature of the officials

11.  Exam Schedule

Maharashtra Board 2021 Syllabus

 

Maharashtra 2021 Syllabus covers all the topics chapter wise that would be coming for the examination. There are many chapters that have been only taught for reference and not included in the syllabus and therefore the students need not go through those before the examination. The students can view the syllabus of the same from the Maharashtra Board official website.

Exam Pattern 2021

The exam pattern of Maharashtra HSC 2021 is different for all Commerce subjects namely Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies. The exam is held in offline mode, and students have to answer very short, short, long, and essay type questions. The questions are asked from the syllabus of Maharashtra HSC 2021. Students should go through the exam pattern while they are preparing for the exam as it helps them work on their time management skills. They must practice previous years’ question papers to know the Maharashtra HSC exam pattern better. 

·         Exam for each commerce subject is held for 100 marks, wherein 80 marks are allotted to theory and 20 marks to practical/oral/project.

·         Each student will have to attain 35 per cent marks in each subject to pass an exam.

 

For the board exam 2021, Maharashtra Board has revised the class 12 examination pattern for all subjects. Board has introduced some major changes in the design of the question paper and evaluation scheme. The list of changes introduced to the Maharashtra Board HSC exam pattern is as follows:

1. Addition of 25 per cent objective questions: According to the revised evaluation scheme, the board has decided to add 25 per cent objective type questions in the HSC exam question paper. These objective type questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). 

2. Decrease in total marks for final assessment: Another major change introduced by the Maharashtra Board board involves reduction in total marks. From the next academic session, total marks for Class 12 students will be 600 marks instead of 650 marks.

3. Internal assessment/practical component for all subjects: The education board has introduced an internal assessment or practical exam of 20 marks for all subjects of class 12. Now the theory paper will be of 80 marks with 20 marks kept for the internal assessment. Out of these 20 marks, 5 marks will be assigned to listening skills, another 5 marks will be kept for oratory skills and the remaining 10 marks will be allocated to the subject-related activity. The same criteria will be applied in all subjects of Class 10th.

Maharashtra Board HSC Commerce preparations

1. Addition of more objective type questions comes with an additional advantage for students as they will be able to spare more time to write long and subjective type answers in their exams, hence will increase their chances of scoring better marks. To prepare for objective type questions, students must clear all their concepts and learn all definitions, formulae and important terms/facts.

While writing the exam:

·         Read the question and options carefully

·         Calculate the answer first in the mind and take out the suspected answers

·         Eliminate the options which do not match your answer

·         Work with the options which are near to the correct answer (according to you) to arrive at the correct one

2. As far as the reduction in the overall score is concerned, students need not make any different preparation arrangements for this change as it has nothing to do with their course syllabus or preparation techniques. They just need to work hard for each subject to score good marks so that they can have a decent aggregated score at the time of the final assessment. They should practice with model papers and previous year question papers to get an idea of topics that are frequently asked in exams and also know the type of questions asked over years.

3. Internal assessment aims at estimating a student’s educational progress and ability of learning. This requires students to be consistent in their performance throughout the year as the internal marks will be based on continuous evaluation instead of year-end evaluation. They should actively participate in the different activities conducted as a part of the internal assessment like test of listening and speaking skills in language subjects, conducting experiments for practical examinations, etc.

 Thus, Tie up your shoes and gear-up for the exams as not much amount of time left.

 

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