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Maharashtra: Final year exams to be optional

IndiaTimes Friday, 19 June 2020
Students will have to give a written declaration on their choice - if they wish to appear for the exams, individual universities will come out with a schedule at a later date based on the Covid-19 crisis in their jurisdiction. Around 7.3 lakh students are enrolled in the final year of non-professional courses.
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