The state education minister’s promise to announce results by June-end may not be fulfilled and officials in the state board have said the declaration of results should happen by mid-July.
The schedule for submission of the marks by schools to their respective division boards will be announced by the state board soon.
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Chairman of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Dinkar Patil, said the schools will receive a set of instructions soon and based on these instructions they could start compiling the same.
“We are working on the instructions for schools and we want to release it at the earliest. We expect to instruct the schools on assessments in the next two days. We are hoping that the results will consequently be announced by mid-July,” he added.
After the SSC exams were cancelled, the Maharashtra State Council for Education Research and Training (MSCERT) prepared the formula for evaluation of SSC students.
On May 28, the state government decided to evaluate students with 50% marks from std IX and remaining 50% based on the assessments of students conducted during the current academic year.
In Maharashtra, there are 25,927 schools and over 16 lakh students have enrolled for the SSC exams. “We have prepared a complete plan for assessment and have instructed all the divisional boards to ensure every parent and student is aware about the assessment pattern. Schools have entered the details of evaluation of students from Std IX in the Saral software so the government has access to it for calculation,” said Patil.
The schools have been instructed to form a committee of seven teachers headed by the school principal to compile the results.