Maharashtra: SCERT Starts Online Classes For Std XI Students

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Pune, November 3, 2020: The Maharashtra State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) has started online classes for Std XI students of Arts, Science, and Commerce streams. In the first phase English, Marathi, Hindi subjects are taught to the students.

The first round of admissions to first-year junior college (FYJC) has been completed, while the second round has been suspended, as the Supreme Court has (temporarily) halted implementation of the Maratha reservation. Nonetheless, the process of FYJC admission has got delayed due to the ongoing pandemic crisis, hence Std XI academic year 2020-21 has still not commenced. In order to prevent academic loss for Std XI students, the Maharashtra government has approved to conduct online classes through Google classroom, Zoom, YouTube etc. until the junior colleges reopen.

Online registration on the website is still going on. Until Monday, over 1.22 lakh students have registered from across the state, out of which 14,372 students are from Arts, 41,288 from Commerce and 66,482 students from Science faculty. Pune has the highest number of students registered for online classes– 20,267 have enrolled for it, whereas Gadchiroli has the lowest registration of only 397 students. The classes are conducted between 8 am to 11 am.

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