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Maharashtra HSC, SSC Board Examination: Education Minister has given the date of HSC-SSC Board Examination in Maharashtra … Find out when the examination will be held

Maharashtra HSC, SSC Board Examinations: The Government of Maharashtra is planning to conduct HSC and SSC Board Examinations in mid-April and early May respectively.

Maharashtra HSC, SSC Board Examination: The Maharashtra government plans to conduct the current academic year (HSC) and SSC board exams in mid-April and early May, respectively. Education Minister Barsha Gaikwad said this on Monday. Gaikwad tweeted on Sunday night, “We are considering giving HSC exams after April 15 and SSC exams after May 1.” Read more – Maharashtra 10th 12th Board Exam Latest Update: Know When SSC-HSC Board Exam

The minister said the government was consulting health officials on the possibility of reopening schools in grades five to eight and a decision would be taken soon. Typically, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) conducts HSC examinations in February and SSC examinations in March. Read more – Maharashtra HSC, SSC board exams 2021: Maharashtra board exams may be held in offline mode this month, Education Minister said

Schools have been closed for 10 months this year due to the Covid-19 epidemic and lockdown, and students are studying through online classes. Supporting the minister’s announcement, the Mumbai Principals Association (MPA) said the exams should be extended further as students would not have enough time to prepare for these important exams. Read more – School holidays extended by 9 days on Diwali, school to be announced in Maharashtra soon

The MPA said, ‘Online classes are good, but not very effective. No decision has yet been made to reopen the school for regular classes. This is probably not the case in January-February 2021. “Students have March-April left to prepare for the exams,” said Principal Prashant Reddys, MPA secretary.

At the same time, many people in urban areas are still stuck in their ancestral villages, due to which their exam preparation is not being done properly. Reddys expressed concern that “this year, academic standards, student performance and board results may be declining.” According to MPA estimates, there are more than 1.5 million schools in the state with more than 10 million students and about 1 million teachers in the public and private sectors. On the other hand, parents and students are also worried that they will not be able to enjoy the second year in a row of summer vacation.

(Input: IANS)


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