Maharashtra Board college students from lessons 1 to eight can be promoted without assessments, recount Faculty Schooling Minister Varsha Gaikwad announced on Twitter.
The tweet posted on her legitimate Twitter take care of says that every the college students from lessons 1 to eight can be promoted with none examinations ensuing from the COVID-19 pandemic. A resolution concerning examination for Class 9 and 11 college students will also be announced soon, the tweet added.
A two-minute-long video address by the minister modified into also posted along with the tweet, in which she said that the colleges may perchance well now not just smartly ensuing from the COVID-19 pandemic.
📢 Announcement: In stare of the ongoing tell ensuing from #Covid 19, all recount board college students at some stage in Maharashtra recount from Class 1st to Class eighth can be promoted to the next class with none examinations. A resolution concerning college students of class ninth and 11th will soon be taken. pic.twitter.com/3eA5hvQUG5
— Varsha Gaikwad (@VarshaEGaikwad) April 3, 2021
Maharashtra Board Class 12 examination can be held from 23 April to 21 May perchance perchance. The minister had beforehand announced that the useful examination for each lessons 10 and 12 can be held in the months of April and May perchance perchance.
Recently, the Maharashtra board launched the admit playing cards of Class 12 college students on its web location. Each the SSC and HSC assessments can be held offline in the respective schools and schools of the college students.
The Maharashtra Issue Board Of Secondary and Increased Secondary Schooling has offered relaxation to the college students. If any pupil is unable to consume the board examination ensuing from the pandemic then they are able to provide the exam at a later date. Beyond regular time will also be distributed to them.