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CM Uddhav Thackeray Asks PM Modi To Take Decision On Final Year Exams

Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray also urged PM Narendra Modi to cancel the final year exams for all the non-professional courses and to pass the students with average marks.

CM Uddhav Thackeray Asks PM Modi To Take Decision On Final Year Exams
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The coronavirus crisis has put a 'question mark' especially in the current life of final-year students from all around the country. The number of COVID-19 cases has been rising day by day which has made it difficult for educational institutions to reopen. Since Maharashtra is the worst-hit state, the decision regarding the final year examinations is still pending. Keeping this in mind, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has once again asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to resolve this issue. 

On August 11, PM Modi held discussions with the Chief Ministers of 10 states through video conferencing. CM Uddhav Thackeray was also part of the meeting discussion, and while giving information about the measures taken against COVID-19, CM Thackeray also touched on the issue of the final year examinations in the state.

The Maharashtra CM said that students are the future of the country, so it would be wrong to risk their lives in this uncertain pandemic. He urged PM Modi to cancel the final year examinations of all non-professional courses and to pass the students with average marks. CM Thackeray further added that there should be a single decision at the national level for the final year examinations considering the safety and future of the students. 

Currently, a decision has to be made for the final year examinations for the Medical stream. CM Thackeray also suggested in the meeting that if the final year medical students pass, they can help the front line medical staff and healthcare workers to fight the deadly coronavirus across the country. 

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