MSBTE carry on rule 2017 E G I scheme diploma 2nd year new information

MSBTE carry on rule E G I scheme Mahrashtra polytechnic / diploma 3rd year new information msbte.com 2017-18

The latest news for all the diploma students studying under the board of Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education is carry on rule. This is applicable for candidates who are currently in 2nd year studying under E or G scheme and are going for 3rd year. If you are not aware of the MSBTE carry on rule 2017 still now, then here is our compilation.

From 2018-19 batch the I scheme will be followed by the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year diploma students.

Existing Carry on rule
 If a student has backlogs in the 1st year (1st or 2nd sem), he will be admitted to 2nd year.

In that academic session itself, he/she should clear the 1st or 2nd sem backlogs.

If he/she have failed to clear the backlogs in 2nd year, then they will not be permitted to 3rd year.

They have to study the same year once again.

The MSBTE diploma carry on rule is implemented from Summer 2016.

Carry on rule permits candidates with backlogs to 3rd year.

But they should have only maximum 3 backlogs.

The last chance of carry on process is finally applicable only for 2016-17 batch G scheme students.

For a brief information about the new I scheme (draft scheme), you can read our full article.

MSBTE carry on rule 2017
MSBTE carry on rule 2017 for E, G & I scheme

Carry on rule of MSBTE 2017 New I scheme

The Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE) has not confirmed this news about the carry on rule yet. If it is finalized, then you can get the updates at Maharashtra times newspaper also. If it is implemented, then it will be great going for the polytechnic students. It won’t let you do the preparation in practical, oral, session, project seminar, theory and others once again.

Let’s wait for the official information of carry on rule of MSBTE from the board. Then we will talk about the process deeply. The I scheme will be introduced from 2018-19 academic year. We are not sure that the carry on rule will also applicable for I scheme or not.

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