Maharashtra Board Exams Canceled: Maharashtra board examinations postponed, 12th exam now in late May and 10th in June

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Maharashtra Board Exams Canceled: Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), Pune i.e. Maharashtra Board postponed board examinations for class 10 (secondary) and higher secondary classes to be conducted in state-affiliated schools. The state government, Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad informed today, shortly before 12 April 2021 that the board examinations of class 10th and 12th have been postponed in view of the current status of Kovid-19 in Maharashtra. The Education Minister said, “The present circumstances are not suitable for conducting examinations. Your health is our priority. ”

12th exams in late May, 10th in June

Giving further information, the Education Minister said, “The 12th board examinations will be held in late May, looking at the admission schedule in various professional courses. At the same time, after this, the 10th exams will be held in June. We are closely monitoring the health situation in all the states. Accordingly, the new dates of the examinations will be announced soon. ”

Chief Minister gave permission to Maharashtra Board Exams Canceled

The Education Minister said that the decision to postpone the board exams has been taken after consultation with various stakeholders – students, teachers, parents, representatives of various parties, academics, and technical experts in view of the growing cases of Kovid-19. Also, the decision was granted by the Chief Minister.

Letters are written for CBSE, ICSE, IB, and other exams

With the postponement of the Maharashtra State Board examinations, along with the CBSE, ICSE, IB, Cambridge Board, etc. to revisit the dates of their board exams for the students of 10th and 12th classes in schools located in the state. The education minister gave information about writing letters on behalf of the state government.

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