Self-attested certificates valid for admissions in Maharashtra
In a relief to thousands of students seeking admission to educational institutions, Maharashtra government has said self-attested certificates by students will be treated as valid.
Mumbai: In a relief to thousands of students seeking admission to educational institutions, Maharashtra government has said self-attested certificates by students will be treated as valid.
Minister of state for school education Fauzia Khan highlighted the inconvenience faced by students in getting the attestation of certificates done by gazetted officers, after which the government gave the consent to the proposal, an official told a news agency.
A note issued by the general administration department to the Additional Chief Secretary (school education) said the minister had proposed that the self-attested certificates should be treated valid during admission process.
The admission should be granted only after verifying the original certificates, it said, adding, the suggestion has been accepted by Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan.
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