Mumbai: Exams for over 40,000 college students from medical and different well being science programs throughout Maharashtra, which have been scheduled to start from April 19, have now been postponed to June. The choice has come within the wake of the surge in Covid-19 instances throughout the state. College students and oldsters have been in opposition to the conduct of those exams amidst the pandemic.

The exams for first, second and third yr of well being science programs, together with MBBS, Ayurveda, homeopathy, and many others. performed by the Maharashtra College of Well being Sciences (MUHS) have been already postponed twice earlier than.

Medical Training Minister Amit Deshmukh introduced the choice after session with the chief minister. The examination will now be held in June and the detailed schedule of the examination shall be introduced by MUHS quickly. Ajit Pathak, examination controller from MUHS, mentioned that the state has taken the choice contemplating the pandemic state of affairs and appeals of scholars. The examination was earlier scheduled on March 23 and April 19. Closing yr MBBS exams have already been performed by the state.

Brijesh Sutaria, a father or mother of a third-year scholar, mentioned that he’s pleased with postponement as the scholars are going through lots of difficulties within the hostels. Many are sharing lodging, so it’s inconvenient to review in the identical confined place whereas following social distancing norms. There are college students who’re additionally down with Covid who shall be unable to look for the examination at this stage.

Sudha Shenoy, a father or mother consultant, mentioned that June shall be too late for the exams as it can have an effect on the next educational classes too.


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