Maharashtra: Board Clarifies Stance On Board Exam Results Delayed Speculation


Amid speculations that the Maharashtra board’s grade 10 and 12 examination results could be postponed since the teachers were not accepting bundles of answer sheets for assessing. However, accounts now report that on Wednesday, March 30, the Maharashtra Division Board remarked that the earlier speculations were misleading. 

According to narratives, the Maharashtra Education Board clarified that the teachers in grades 10 and 12 have not refused the answer sheets nor did they return them to the post office or the board. Dr Subhash Borse, Departmental Secretary, Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary, was quoted in accounts elucidating how originally the bundles were sent out of the custody in a sealed cloth bad and were not released freely. 

The official notification which was dated March 30 supposedly claims that the photograph which came in newspapers is not available at any post office or the Board of Secondary Education office. Therefore, they say that the photo is misleading. 

Officials have reportedly remarked that since the post office has been on a strike for the past two days, there has been a temporary delay in the answer sheet distribution. Since the resumption of the regular operations in the post office, the answer sheets distribution has gone without any hurdles. It further said that the exams or speculations for students and teachers, adding that people should not rely on social media reports. 

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