Maharashtra: Failed students of class IX and XI will get an opportunity for oral re-examination

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Pune, July 23, 2020: The Maharashtra Education Department has decided to give a second chance of oral re-examination to the students who failed in class IX  and XI this year.

According to the latest information, all schools have been instructed by the Maharashtra Education Department to conduct an oral examination by either calling the students to the school, or through video conferencing. The decision has been made to prevent the students from wasting a whole academic year. Those who clear the oral examinations will be promoted to class X or XII accordingly.

The state school education minister Varsha Gaikwad formally announced the decision on Twitter on Wednesday, July 22.

According to the GR issued by the Education Department of Maharashtra, the schools have been given time till August 7, 2020 to conduct the examination again for such students.

The tweet stated that given the state of the Covid-19 epidemic in the state, schools failed to hold class IX and XI students on their campuses, or through video conferencing to conduct oral re-examinations by 7 August 2020. needed. Students who clear the oral re-examination can be promoted to the next class for the academic year 2020-21.