No exams for professional, non-professional courses in Maharashtra
Maharashtra Government has taken a decision to not conduct the final year/ final semester examination of the non-professional courses as well as professional courses as the present atmosphere is not yet conducive to conduct any exams or classes.
The State has also decided to award degrees based on the formula decided by the universities. Therefore, CM Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray has written to the Honourable PM Narendra Modi ji requesting to instruct national level apex authorities like AICTE, COA, PCI, BCI, NCTE and National Council For Hotel Management and Catering Technology to endorse the decision of the State Government regarding cancellation of final year/ final semester examinations of the Professional courses and issue guidelines to the Universities.
“The present atmosphere is not yet conducive for conducting examinations and classes. The State Disaster Management Authority in its meeting on June 18 has decided not to conduct the final year examinations for professional and non professional courses,” said Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray.
Further, students who want to give exam will get an option, whenever it is feasible to held.
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