‘One’ Babda’s ‘Hattapayi government harmed students in the state’

Mumbai: After the Supreme Court refused to cancel the final year exams, BJP leader Ashish Shelar targeted the state government. He slammed the government for hurting students in the state. The state government did not trust the governor who was the chancellor. Rejected the opinion of education experts. UGC has not approached the Central Grants Commission. The cabinet also did not discuss the issue of final year exams. The state government held the students hostage till the end. Ashish Shelar criticized his academic year.

Final year exams cannot be canceled – Supreme Court

Earlier today, the Supreme Court refused to cancel the final year exams. The date for taking the exam may be postponed, but the exam will take place, the apex court said. The Supreme Court’s decision is being hailed as a major blow to the Mahavikasaghadi government. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had decided to cancel the final year exams in the state on the backdrop of corona. However, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari had opposed the decision.

Following this, the University Grants Commission had directed to conduct the final year examinations in September. The petitions challenging the UGC’s directive were filed in the Supreme Court by the governments of Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi and Odisha. Yuvasena had also filed its petition separately. However, the court rejected his demand. The Supreme Court has sealed the rights of the UGC in its decision. If a state decides not to take the exam, they have the option to appeal to the UGC, which can ask them to postpone the date, the court said.

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