Maharashtra Government cancels Final Semester University Examinations

Maharashtra Government cancels Final Semester University Examinations. The Government will keep record of students who have successfully cleared the previous Semester. So that if any examinations are conducted, likely students can be informed.

Maharashtra Government cancels Final Semester University Examinations. However, State Minister Uday Samant has said. “But, candidates that wish to appear. May inform respective educational institutions in writing.” Also, he said that this might help. In order to keep a track of possible students. Samant has also stated. The Government will keep record of students who have successfully cleared the previous Semester. So that if any examinations are conducted, likely students can be informed. For tests which might be taken during this time locally.

Uday Samant said. “Yesterday in the meeting with Cheif Minister Uddhav Thackeray. After a long analyzed discussion. We are officially declaring that Maharashtra Government cancels further examinations.Because, it can be dangerous in the view of health of students appearing all over India. The Government is approaching all measures to prevent disruption in education. Also, for further important announcements, declarations will be made prior.”

This is very disheartening. Especially, for those students who have worked very hard to secure seats in Universities abroad. Not only are they paying an over adequate fee. But also they have fulfilled certain criteria to achieve the quality of education. However, there are ways. If registered successfully online education will continue virtually. VISA will only  permitted once border departures commence to open first.

The discussions on the blockage on AKTI Examinations is still remaining. “The discussion will happen for at least 4 days with all Vice chancellors in leadership of CM Thackeray”. Stated Higher and Technical Education Minister Uday Samant in the press conference arranged at Mato Shri.

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