Maharashtra Government Final Year University Exams Cancelled said CM Uddhav Thackeray. Maharashtra Govt cancels Final Year University Exams across the state, Students to be awarded aggregate marks, confirms CM Uddhav Thackeray.
Due to COVID-19 all the final year university exams cancelled was announced by Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray after a consultative video conference with Vice Chancellors of Universities on Sunday.
The Students who appeared for the exams will be passed on the basis of aggregate marking system keeping in mind the impact of Coroanvirus pandemic and the challenges posed due to it for holding of exams.
5 Lakh students Appeared:
The decision to cancel University Exams in Maharashtra is likely to impact over 5 Lakh students who were to appear for the Final Semester Exam 2020 across the state this year.
The decision to cancel the exams was taken after the exams were postponed for nearly two months in the state due to COVID-19 and lockdown. Prior to this, the state government had already announced cancellation of first and second-year university level exams. Now with cancellation of the final semester exams as well, the state government plans to new academic year soon.
Aggregate Marking System:
The Maharashtra Government has planned to follow the Aggregate Marking System for the final year University Exams because of the unavoidable situation around the world. The new academic year is starting so we do not students miss their further educations and career opportunity.
Those students are not happy with the mark of last semester they can reply to upgrade their mark once the situation is normal.”
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