The Navi Mumbai Shikshan Sankul inaugurated its third SSC Board Preparatory Examination that have commenced in 23 centres in the city from December 26. The event is the brainchild of MLA Sandeep Naik and is conducetd every year to help students understand the procedure of appearing for board examinations and over coming to the pressure and fear that comes with it. Navi Mumbai Shikshan Sankul is committed to empower all SSC students in the city, particularly those from the villages, slums and weaker sections, with greater expertise and experience to fare better in the SSC board examination. The inauguration of SSC preparatory Examination in its third year was held where the President of the Navi Mumbai Shikshan Sankul MLA Sandeep Naik was present along with NMMC Education Committee member Anant Sutar, Standing Committee member Sudhakar Sonawane and corporator Vinaya Madhvi. MLA Sandeep Naik addressed the students present encouraging them to participate in SSC preparatory examinations. Speaking to the media, MLA Sandeep Naik expressed how the examination aimed at preparing the students for the final board exams and also to overcome the fear that students have about these examinations. The preparatory examinations this year will have 80 schools of marathi medium and 20 schools of English medium participating with a total of 23 centres. Apart from the SSC preparatory exams, Navi Mumbai Shikshan Sankul also aims at introducing career guidance, ICSE and IES examinations. Stressing that nowadays only passing was not the criteria, he said that even the quality of education needed to be improved and the preparatory examinations was a good opportunity to achieve the same. More than 8000 students from Marathi and English medium will appear for the preparatory exams and prizes will also be given. Unlike last year, when two laptops were given to the toppers of the examinations, this year the toppers would be awarded with four laptops. With cameraperson Abhay Prasad, Sana Warsia for NMTV News.
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