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Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad inaugurates Maha Career Portal

The Portal will provide the students with information on 556 national as well as international courses along with details of 21,000 commercial institutions and universities

Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad inaugurates Maha Career Portal
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Amid the coronavirus pandemic, with all the educational institutions being shut as of now due to the lockdown, Maharashtra Education Minister, Varsha Gaikwad inaugurated the online website of Maha Career Portal. The inauguration ceremony, which was held online, was virtually attended by close to 10,000 people consisting of teachers, principals, students, educational officers from all over the state along with United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) officials.

The portal has been made by the state education department with the help from the UNICEF as well as Maharashtra State Council of Educational Research and Traning (MSCERT). This portal will be helpful for standard 9 to 12 students across Maharashtra as it will provide online training to the students.

The Maha Career Portal (http://mahacareerportal.com) will provide the students with information on 556 national as well as international courses along with details of 21,000 commercial institutions and universities. It is expected that it will benefit close to 66 lakh students in Maharashtra. Along with providing information for educational courses, the portal will also help students to learn about the course duration, fees, entrance exams, scholarships, and available opportunities.

The students can log in using a SARAL Login ID and the password. The students who don't have a SARAL ID can contact their respective teacher or principal to get one. Using the SARAL ID, students will be able to log in on the website from May 27, 2020.

The aim of creating the portal is to bring all the necessary information for school students in one place. This will help in creating a uniform and sole source of information. Therefore, Education Minister Gaikwad has appealed the students to make optimum use of the portal.

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