Maharasthra COVID: No class 1 to class 8 examinations; all students are being promoted
‘The decisions on Class 9 and Class 11 students will soon be declared,’ said Saturday Minister of Education Varsha Gaikwad.
In Maharashtra, the authorities agreed to encourage students in all state board schools from classes 1 to class 8 to the next class, according to the ANI news agency. The decision was taken following the recent growth in western coronavirus cases. The Maharashtra school Minister for Education, Varsha Gaikwad, said on Saturday that “a decision on students of class 9 or eleven will soon be declared. “
Gaikwad noted at the beginning of February that the board of exams would take place in the state on classes 10 and 12.
In view of the situation with coronavirus in the State, local authorities ordered education institutions to be shut down. The coronavirus pandemic was seriously affected by Maharashtra. Since the second week of February, cases in the state have risen. A number of districts have declared strict lock-outs and curfews in order to protect against the rise of COVID-19.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said Friday that a lockout cannot be excluded unless the situation improves. “I speak to the experts about whether the virus can be locked down in its entirety and how the virus chain can be broken. The lockdown, I accept, is noxious. Guidelines will be released within a day or two for tighter restrictions.
On Friday, 47,827 new cases were reported in the state, the highest per day since the coronavirus pandemic started. In addition, Mumbai broke its past record with 8.832 new infections.
“To wear face masks, keep your distance physically, wash your hands, and stop crowding,” he called.
“To be vaccinated isn’t to be COVID-proof. It will lead to reducing risk,” said Chief Minister Maharashtra.