Candidates appearing for the exams can now download the question banks from maa.ac.in.
“To help students of class Xth & XIIth prepare for State Council exams, @scertmaha will provide subjective question banks. These will be available at maa.ac.in. Students should take advantage of the advantage,” Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad tweeted. “These question banks will help students self-study, understand the exam pattern and better prepare for the upcoming exams.”
To help students of class Xth & XIIth prepare for the state administration exams, @scertmaha will provide subjective question banks. These will be available at https://t.co/7bvguKy0S3 Students should take advantage of the benefit themselves. @MahaDGIPR @CMOMaharashtra pic.twitter.com/o33idV3dDX
— Prof. dr. Varsha Eknath Gaikwad (@VarshaEGaikwad) February 4, 2022
These question banks have been released with the aim of helping students plan and have better resources for their self-study before the exams. This will also help the students understand the exam pattern and help them in time management.
Students have been raising their voices about offline exams as many argue that taking offline exams during a Covid outbreak is not safe for students or authorities. However, Maharashtra Board has made it clear that there will be no changes to the exam dates and it will be conducted in offline mode.
The SSC exams will take place from March 15 to April 4, 2022 and the HSC theory exams from March 4 to March 30, 2022.