Maharashtra: No decision yet on SSC and HSC re-exam; students worried

Chaitraly Deshmukh
Thursday, 6 August 2020

Maharashtra Board has still not taken any decision on SSC and HSC re-exam yet

Pune: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has not decided on the re-examination for the students who failed the Class X-XII examination held in February-March. This has increased the anxiety of the students and parents and they are worried that this year will be wasted. 

Teachers and parents are demanding that the board should announce the decision soon. As the situation looks grim in this months too, schools and educational institutions will remain closed. The statement issued by the board this year has not mentioned about these re-examinations. On the one hand, online schools have started. As well as the admission process for Class 11 and, the post-twelfth degree admission process has started. The online applications are started accepting for quality verification, copies of answer sheets, re-evaluation and migration certificate on the account of COVID-19 crisis.

Teachers are expressing fears of wasting the students' year. The same fear is running in the minds of parents and students. This year, the state result of class 10 is 95.30 per cent and the number of students who failed the exam is 73,998, while the state result of class XII is 90.66 per cent and the number of those who failed in the state is more than 1.31 lakh.

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