final year university exam cancelled in Maharshtra
Final year examinations are optional: Maharashtra CM

State minister for higher and technical education, Uday Samant on June 19, announced that the final year examinations for non professional courses have been canceled. Only after a detailed discussion, the CM, the deputy CM, and other ministers have made conclusion of 'examination to be optional'. "A decision regarding ATKT exams will be taken in two days," Samant mentioned while interacting with the parents.

Sat, 20 Jun 2020 - 12:32 PM / by Suchitra Pednekar

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