Voice of Maharashtra

Thackeray government's decision for students who could not take the CET exam due to floods


MUMBAI: Students who failed to appear for the CET exams due to torrential rains in the state will be re-sit for the MHCET and other courses. State Minister for Higher and Technical Education Uday Samant has informed about this himself. No student will be deprived of the exam and the concerned students should not worry, appealed Samant.
 
Uday Samant said that rivers in Marathwada, Vidarbha, Western Maharashtra and Konkan have been flooded due to torrential rains in the state since yesterday. In many places in Marathwada, rivers have flooded, roads have been flooded, communication has been cut off. That is why some students could not take the CET exam. These students have been deprived of exams. I want to tell those students that they have no reason to worry.
State Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has given the order today. All the students who have registered on the CET link will be re-examined. Therefore, the dates of those who could not sit for the exams due to the floods will be announced today or tomorrow, said Uday Samant.