Will 5th and 8th Class Students Get Re-Exam, If Failed?? Get Detailed Detention News Here: The state governments have made changes in their education system in collaboration with the National Educational Policy 2020 by implementing and amending some new rules. The Maharashtra state government has decided to hold the annual re-exam for the classes 5 and 8 failed students; it seems to be like the government pauses the no-detention policy.
According to the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education rules, all the students from classes 1 to 8 should compulsorily pass to the upper grades. The notification amended the rules and makes a path for no detention policy for class 5 and 8 students and it also states that the format and re-examination will be determined by the state education department.
The states are allowed to decide whether they want to continue the detention policy or not. The Maharashtra state has decided to hold the non-detention policy for now. Many educationalists and school officials are showing interest in non-detention policy and they are stating that without any annual assessment, students cannot improve their education.