Mumbai: Regardless of the Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Increased Secondary Examination (MSBSHSE) oral examination for increased secondary certificates college students beginning on Monday, the state authorities in an official notification stated that college students with out vaccination will likely be allowed to look within the examination. .
Nevertheless, faculties have been advised to encourage college students to get vaccinated for their very own security. The state authorities highlighted a case examine of a Maharashtra faculty that pressured class 10 college students to get vaccinated or missed exams. “No faculty/highschool ought to drive its college students to get vaccinated. Board exams will likely be open to all college students, vaccinated or not,” the notification stated.
“Whereas analysis reveals that youth has not been affected by the virus as a lot as the remaining, it will nonetheless be nice to have the additional advantage of safety for our college students. I’m hopeful that the scholars will get the vaccination,” stated Uday Nare, a trainer at a faculty in Andheri.
Based on a press release launched by MSBSHSE in December final 12 months, the HSC oral examination will likely be held from February 14 to March 3, whereas the written papers will likely be held from March 4 to April 7, 2022.
Equally, SSC oral examination will likely be performed from 24 February to 14 March and written examination will likely be held from 15 March to 18 April 2022.
State College Training Minister Varsha Gaikwad has repeatedly stated that this 12 months the board exams will likely be performed offline.
“Vaccination must be an choice, many individuals have medical causes for not choosing vaccines. Therefore, faculties shouldn’t drive these college students to vaccinate, who’re already anxious concerning the upcoming examinations,” stated Mahima Sharma, mom of a category 10 scholar.