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Maharashtra Board SSC re-exams in July 2019

PUBLISH DATE 11th June 2019

Of the 16.7 lakh who appeared for the SSC exam in the state, nearly 4 lakh did not pass. Mental health experts and academicians say failing in exams is not the end of the road.

A large number of those who failed this year did so in Marathi and other languages. Students who fail in up to two subjects are “allowed to keep the term” and apply for junior college admissions. They can then appear again in re-exams in July for the subjects they failed in and will need to pass the subjects in the next two attempts.

Students who fail in more than two subjects can prepare for the next two months and take the July exam too. If they pass, they can join the admission process without losing a year. “The state board has time and again made provisions to ensure that the students are not at loss. Bringing ahead the re-examination in July instead of October too was done for the same reason. Students get another turn to join their peers in the same year,” said Subhash Borse, assistant secretary of the Mumbai division of the state board.

Students who did not pass the SSC examinations can go for the Kaushalya Setu skill development programme of the state. Introduced in 2016, the programme allows students to enrol in skill development courses and keep attempting the SSC exams. Last year, over 3,800 students from the state completed the courses.

Mental health experts said parents and schools must guide students who fail to move ahead at the earliest. “The SSC exam does not test a student’s talent but is only a promotion exam, so students must not beat themselves over failing in this exam. The pattern was changed to exclude the internal marks and that has caused a higher number of failures. ... This isn’t the end of their careers but only the start of it. They must begin preparing for the July re-examination without delay,” said Dr Harish Shetty, a senior psychiatrist.


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