maharashtra education minister says eligibility criteria for admission to engineering will be revised – big decision of maharashtra, these rules will be revised for admission in engineering course


Maharashtra government has decided in the interest of students.

new Delhi:

Maharashtra government has taken a big decision in the interest of students. In order to provide more opportunities for students of the state to study in Maharashtra itself, the state government will soon change the other rules including eligibility for admission in engineering and other technical vocational courses. Higher Education Minister of Maharashtra Uday Samant said that this decision is "in the interest of students of Maharashtra".

Giving information through his Twitter handle, the minister said, "Eligibility and other rules for admission in engineering and technical vocational courses of the state will soon be revised in the interest of students of Maharashtra." He further said, "By this, the students of the state will get more and more opportunities in the state."

Non-professional and professional course final year exams will not be held in Maharashtra

Recently, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray decided to cancel the final year or final semester exams of Non-Professional and Professional (Professional) courses, in view of the danger of coronavirus epidemic.

The Chief Minister gave this information through his Twitter handle. He wrote in his tweet, "Maharashtra government has decided not to conduct final year and final semester exams for professional and non-professional courses, as the current situation is not conducive to conducting any kind of examination or classes. is."


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