The Maharashtra Government is adamant not to take the SSC Exam during the Corona period.
Mumbai: Coronavirus is on the rise. The prevalence of corona is steadily increasing. In many places the condition of the corona in rural areas is alarming. The Maharashtra Government is adamant not to take the SSC Exam during the Corona period. The Mumbai High Court had sought an explanation from the government regarding the Class X examination. The court had slammed the state government for not taking the exam. Despite this, the government has stuck to its decision. So now I am curious about what will happen next. Today, Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad will have a discussion with Advocate General. After that, the state government will present its case in the court regarding the 10th board exam.
Meanwhile, Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad had yesterday signaled not to take the 10th exam. However, there will be discussions about passing children without taking the exam. For this, there is a possibility of discussion about valuation today. After that, the state government will present its side. It is curious whether the government will stand by the High Court. Concerns are being raised about the increasing prevalence of corona in rural areas. Some parents have demanded that Corona not take the exam during the period. Also, the government has decided not to conduct this test. So the focus is on what will happen next.
In a meeting with the Union Cabinet on Sunday, Minister Varsha Gaikwad was apprised of the Corona situation in the state and the mental readiness of the children. The state government is preparing to face a third wave of corona. This wave is said to be dangerous for young children. It was suggested that taking exams of students in such a situation could be dangerous. After that, Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad will have a discussion with Advocate General today. The next direction will be decided after this discussion. The role of the state government is not to take any risk. Therefore, the state government is of the view that it is advisable not to take the exam during the Corona period.
Meanwhile, in view of the growing prevalence of corona, students need to be vaccinated immediately, they need to create a safe environment for exams, they need to be mentally prepared, Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said. The state government has decided not to conduct the matriculation examination. The state government will take up the matter in court. The current situation is exceptional. Extraordinary circumstances require extraordinary decisions. Therefore, it has become clear that the state government is adamant not to take the matriculation examination.
If you don’t take the matriculation exam, you are likely to have some problems later. In this context, discussions are underway with educationists about the eleventh admission process. A blueprint will be finalized for this, informed Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad. So now it is up to the court to decide.