Maharashtra’s School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said on Sunday that the decision on the state’s Class 12 board examination, which was postponed earlier, will be taken within a week. He also said that in view of the corona epidemic, the possibility of a “non examination route” option for Maharashtra SSC exam should be explored. Let us tell you that Varsha Gaikwad said these things after attending the high-level meeting called by the central government for the 12th exam. Significantly, the Maharashtra government has already canceled the class 10 examination of the state board.
Decision in one week for 12th board exams
At the same time, the School Education Minister said that there are 25,000 CBSE students of class 12 and 14 lakh state board students in the state. He also informed that, the Chief Minister (Uddhav Thackeray) has called a meeting with the School Education Department on Monday and a decision will be taken in a week regarding the 12th board examination.
The High Court will be informed about the cancellation of the 10th exam
At the same time, tell that the Bombay High Court had heard a lot of havoc on the Maharashtra government for canceling the Maharashtra SSC (Class 10) exam on Thursday and said that this is a mockery of the education system. When asked about this, Gaikwad said that the government will inform the High Court about the cancellation of Class 10 examination. He also said that the current epidemic situation is quite fatal.
“Non Examination Route ” Seriously on option Have idea
The School Education Minister further said that children are likely to suffer more due to the current situation and the new form of corona infection. Under this prediction, the “Non Examination Route” option for 12th class students should be seriously considered. Physical and mental safety of children and their parents is our priority.
Decision should be taken keeping in mind the interest of the students
He also said that the students have been studying in class 12 for more than 14 months, personally I believe that we should remove the uncertainty about the exam and take a decision which is in the interest of the students.
Gaikwad said on the micro-blogging site, “Our focus should now be on a uniform assessment policy, vaccination of all teachers and eligible students, and safe restoration of schools, college campuses for the next academic year.”
CM and legal experts will discuss 12th board examinations
For CBSE schools, the Center has sought feedback from the states on the two options proposed for conducting the examination. To this, he said, “We have given our initial response, but have told that both CBSE and our own board examinations will be discussed further with the Chief Minister and legal experts.”
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