Vagisha Kaushik|Oct 22, 2021
Maharashtra Scholarship Exam 2021 for Class 5 and 8 to be held tomorrow
MSCE will conduct the Maharashtra scholarship exam 2021 tomorrow, August 12, 2021. Check details here.
NEW DELHI: The Maharashtra State Council of Examination (MSCE) will conduct the Maharashtra Scholarship exam 2021 for Classes 5 and 8 tomorrow, August 12, 2021, Times Now News reported. Students appearing for Maharashtra Scholarship 2021 exam will be able to check the exam centre, exam details, and other information on the board’s official website, mscepune.in.
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Around 47,662 Maharashtra schools have registered for the Maharashtra Scholarship 2021 exam. A total of 6,32,478 students will appear in the examination, out of which 3,88,335 students are from Class 5 and 2,44,143 students from Class 8.
The council has decided to conduct the Maharashtra Scholarship Exam 2021 following COVID-19 protocols and guidelines. Students who are appearing for the scholarship examination 2021 must follow the guidelines strictly.
Students must follow social distancing during the examination.
They must carry their Maharashtra Scholarship 2021 admit card with them on the exam day.
Students must follow the guidelines mentioned in the Maharashtra scholarship exam 2021 hall ticket
They should enter the exam centre with face masks and gloves. Without it, they will not be allowed to enter the exam premises.
Sanitizers have been installed on the entry gates; all students should ensure that they must use them.
The council has set up a help desk. If any student has queries, they must reach out to them.
This year, the Maharashtra Scholarship exam 2021 was scheduled to be held on April 25. The exam was later rescheduled to May 23, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Maharashtra government has also decided to reopen schools for Classes 5 to 12 in rural areas and Classes 8 to 12 in urban areas from August 17, 2021. State education minister Varsha Gaikwad has also released a set of SOP guidelines for students to contain the third wave of COVID-19 in the state.
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