What is the full form of MSBSHSE?

By the “Maharashtra School Boards Act” of 1965, the Maharashtra State Agency of Secondary or Higher Secondary Education has the authority to set state education standards (amended in 1978). The board’s primary responsibility is, among other things, to oversee the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher School Certificate (HSC) exams. Following the Board of Secondary Education, it has the second-highest number of students enrolled in high school in all of India. The board is in charge of creating and enforcing regulations conforming to state and federal mandates. It also determines and implements the course of study for each grade level, including the required reading list, textbooks, and test schedule and format. The council is also in charge of writing the curriculum, centralizing test scoring, and ensuring exam integrity and judicial impartiality in the case of a disagreement.