Maharashtra allows oral exams for failed students of Classes 9 and 11. A government resolution (GR) issued said in view of the COVID 19 pandemic, a re-examination will not be possible for these students. The Maharashtra government has decided to give a second chance to students who have failed in the exams of Classes 9 and 11 and directed schools to conduct their oral examination on August 7. A government resolution (GR) issued on Monday said in view of the COVID 19 pandemic, a re-examination will not be possible for these students. It said the oral examination should be held by calling the students to the school or through video conference.
In 2018, a re-examination was held for Class 9 students. But now during the pandemic, the re-exam cannot be held, it added.
While the Central Board of Secondary Education, or CBSE, had earlier decided to provide the students who have failed in Class 9 and Class 11 an opportunity to appear for the failed papers again. This “one-time measure” by CBSE has been taken keeping in mind the COVID-19 related extraordinary situation. The schools, as per CBSE, can conduct the re-examination in online, offline or innovative tests modes and may decide the promotion of Class 9 and Class 11 students on the basis of this test.
While almost all the state boards have either promoted or have decided to promote the students of Class 9 and Class 11 on the basis of internal assessment marks including projects, periodic tests and terminal exams conducted during the academic session.
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