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Maharashtra State Board presents brand-new guidelines for passing in the exam
The students of Class 10 and 12 of the 2015-16 set would be appearing for their High school Certification (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Certification (HSC) examinations through Maharashtra Board in February-March, 2016. These students will need to face the brand-new harder passing regulations Previously, if a pupil had an accumulation of 35 % marks (consisting of the composed and also sensible exams) in a topic, they was considered to be 'pass' during that topic. Today, they have to be above the composed exam cut-off of 20 % marks (a minimum of 16 marks in an 80-mark inquiry paper) in addition to 35 % marks in aggregate to 'pass' a subject.
Maharashtra State Board has actually presented this brand-new rule to eliminate the scenario wherein pupils with really poor marks in composed examination can also 'pass' a subject on the toughness of the marks they racked up in practical tests which are approximated generously by their college as well as university. The cut-off marks in the written tests will guarantee that the students have fundamental expertise pertaining to the subjects they have actually cleared. For the students of class 9 and also class 11 this brand-new guideline will certainly enter effect from June, 2015.
Gangadhar Mahamane, the Chairman of the State Board, claimed, "The Board has recommended that the minimum passing marks in composed exams need to be at the very least 25 % however the state federal government lowered it to 20 % marks" as priced estimate by an internet site. The guidelines of Central Board of Secondary Education claims that to pass a test, a Class 9 student has to score at the very least 25 % in the composed examinations as well as a minimum of 33 % marks in Class 10, Course 11 as well as Class 12.
Baseding on the academicians the brand-new rule will impact the pass percent of Maharashtra board students. In 2012, the state board had actually made it required for class 9 as well as class 11 students to score at least 25 % in the written exam in the topics of Math and also Science to pass. Nonetheless, the rule had to be eliminated as multitude of pupils fell short to remove the test.
Pupils with special handicaps, who find it difficult to score in theory tests as they are not able to compose, will certainly be influenced negatively by the new regulation. While CBSE has actually specified passing percent in its board exams, it likewise permits several giving ins to students with such impairments which are not given by the Maharashtra state board under these guidelines.