The Maharashtra government has announced that all the students of class 9th and class 11th will be promoted to the next class without conducting any examination.
This decision was taken in view of the increasing coronavirus cases in the state. State Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said, “Keeping in mind the current status of COVID-19 and the interest of the students, the School Education Department has decided to give full promotion to the students of 9th and 11th grade in the state schools.” The state had earlier announced direct promotion for students of classes 1-8 without final examination.
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Gaikwad said, “In view of the ongoing situation due to Kovid-19, all state board students from class 1 to class 8 across the state of Maharashtra will be promoted to the next class without any examination.”
However, in Maharashtra, the board exams of class 10, 12 will be conducted as per schedule. For students of class 10th and 12th, the final examination will be conducted in April. The HSC (class 12) examinations are scheduled to start from April 23 and the SSC (class 10) examinations in the state will start from April 29. The government had earlier announced that there would be no practical examination for Class 10 students.
The School Education Minister had earlier said, “Practical conducting in school has been difficult this year and so we have decided that students need to make concessions here. Therefore, to start, we have done practical exams of science for SSC To replace them with internal assignments. “
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