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Maharashtra SSC, HSC 2023 Exam dates announced on mahahsscboard Official Website, check MSBSHSE provisional date sheet here

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Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, MSBSHSE has announced the date sheet for the SSC Class 10 and HSC Class 12 Board exams. As per this schedule, the Maharashtra State Board Exams 2023 will be conducted in the months of February and March. The detailed schedule has been released on the official website – mahahsscboard.in.
As per the official date sheet issued, the Maharashtra HSC Exams 2023 for Class 12 students will be held from February 21, 2022 to March 20, 2022. The Maharashtra SSC Exams 2023 for Class 10 students will be conducted from March 2, 2022 to March 25, 2022.

Students must note that these dates are tentative in nature and should not be treated as final. A final date sheet for the Maharashtra SSC and HSC exams 2023 will be issued by the Maharashtra State Board once the academic session is near its end.
As of now, the Maharashtra HSC Exams for 2023 will begin in February and Maharashtra SSC Exams for 2023 will be held in March 2023. Keep a check here for the latest updates on Maharashtra Board Exams 2023.

Students can check the detailed tentative date sheets using the links provided below for reference.

Maharashtra Ssc 2023 Exames Sheet:

https://mahahsc.in/notification/TIMETABLE-SSC-MAR-23.pdf

Maharashtra HSC 2023 Exam date sheet (General):

https://mahahsc.in/notification/TIMETABLEHSCFEB23GEN.pdf

Maharashtra HSC 2023 Exam date sheet (Vocational):

https://mahahsc.in/notification/TIMETABLEHSCFEB23VOC.pdf

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Bhayandar: Two youths die in accident while returning from ‘Pathaan’ night show

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In a tragic incident, two youths died after their bike was hit by the driver of a rashly driven truck in Bhayandar late on Thursday night. The duo were returning home after watching the night show of the recently released movie ‘Pathaan’ at Rassaz Multiplex in Mira Road. According to the police, the mishap was reported at Golden Nest circle at around 12:30 am when the deceased who have been identified as-Abrar Ali Manihar (22) and his friend Tufail Shamim Shah (26)- both resident of Azad Nagar in Bhayandar (east) were returning home on the latter’s bike after watching the night show of the recently released movie ‘Pathaan’ at Rassaz Multiplex in Mira Road.

Declared dead on arrival by doctors

The truck was headed towards the Phatak road from the direction of Kashimira. Both who suffered severe head and other injuries were declared dead before admission by on-duty doctors of a nearby hospital. “We have arrested the 45-year-old truck driver identified as Usman and booked him under section 304 (a) of the IPC for causing death by negligence,” confirmed senior police inspector of Navghar police station- Milind Desai. Further investigations were under way.

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Maharashtra: MHT CET 2023 launches official website; syllabus, dates, exam details released

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Mumbai: The Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell has launched the website for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) 2023.

In addition, the MHT CET syllabus for Technical Education, Medical Education, and Higher Education exams has been announced by the CET Cell. MHT CET 2023 registration, admit card, exam result, and admission process will take place on the official website cetcell.mahacet.org.

MHT CET 2023 exam dates were announced earlier this month. The entrance exam for Engineering, Agriculture, and Pharmacy courses will be held from May 9 to 20, according to the tentative schedule.

MHT CET is scheduled for May 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13. The PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) group exam will be held on May 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20.

Aside from MHT CET, the CET Cell also conducts entrance exams for Management, Hospitality, Higher Education, and other fields for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

It is also in charge of Maharashtra’s NEET counselling, which leads to admission to the state’s government and private medical colleges.

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Man marries daughter-in-law in UP

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In a shocking incident, a 70-year-old man has married his 28-year-old daughter-in-law in Chhapia Umaro village, here.

Photographs of the ‘couple’ are now going viral on the social media.

Kailash Yadav, who works as a chowkidar at the Barhalganj police station, lost his wife 12 years ago and his third son also died sometime later.

Kailash got his widowed daughter-in-law, Pooja, married again but the wedlock did not last, after which she returned home and started living in her husband’s home.

Kailash, without informing anyone in the neighbourhood or the village, quietly married Pooja and it was only after the photograph went viral that people came to know about it.

Inspector J N Shukla of Barhalganj police station said that he had seen the photograph on the social media and would now inquire about the marriage.

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