MSBSHSE: Last date for submitting HSC forms extended

The notification informed all junior colleges that regular students, who have not submitted their forms with late fees, should submit their handwritten applications, along with the sign of the principal.

By: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: December 7, 2016 11:23 am

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) issued a notification on Tuesday, announcing the extended dates to fill up forms for the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examination, to be held in February-March 2017. The notification informed all junior colleges that regular students, who have not submitted their forms with late fees, should submit their handwritten applications, along with the sign of the principal.

For submitting forms with superlate fees, the last date is Thursday, December 8, till January 8, with Rs 50 per day per student. For special super late fees, the last date is between January 9 to January 23, at a charge of Rs 100 per day per student, while ‘super special super late fees’ can be paid between Tuesday, January 24, to Tuesday, February 7, at Rs 200 per day per student.

It is mandatory for candidates to appear at a centre allotted by the divisional office. Candidates will need to provide an undertaking which says that he/she will not have any objection if his/her result does not get declared along with the other candidates.

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