Maharashtra College Training Minister Varsha Gaikwad on Thursday launched that the written exams of the direct board’s Class 12 can be held from 23 April
to 29 Might well just, and of Class 10 from from 29 April to 31 Might well just.
The exams are generally held in February and March, which wanted to be rescheduled due to the the COVID-19 pandemic. Chatting with reporters, Gaikwad stated the best exams for Class 12 can be held between 1 and 22 April, and for Class 10 between 9 and 28 April.
“The written exams for Class 12 can be held between 23 April and 29 Might well just, and for Class 10 between 29 April and 31 Might well just. We strive to repeat the outcomes of Classes 12 and 10 by July-extinguish and August-extinguish, respectively,” the minister stated.
The direct has already lowered the syllabus by 25 p.c so as that that isn’t very going to be a burden for college students, she stated.
To a ask, Gaikwad stated around 38 p.c of students were attending classes in colleges, as on 18 January. Faculties and junior colleges for Classes 9 to 12 had
reopened in parts of the direct earlier this month according to the COVID-19 vow in respective areas.