There is good news for those who were unable to clear this year’s SSC re-exams, State education minister Vinod Tawde has announced a supplementary exam will be held in the second week of July. The results for the same will be announced around the third week of August.
Students wont have to waste an academic year.
This news is a huge relief for those students who were unable to clear the examinations in the first attempt. Now instead of wasting a year they can attempt the exams sooner and clear it. This will also enable them to join academic courses by September
“Pleased to announce supplementary exam for students who failed in SSC’15. The exam will help them to save a year and progress academically,” Tawde tweeted. He had actually announced his plans to conduct the supplementary examinations in the end of May soon after the SSC results were declared on the 8th of May but was unable to conduct the same. He had confirmed that HSC and SSC will be able to gain the benefit of starting next academic year and also stated that the government was trying to work out the logistics for the current year too.
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