Big decision to be taken on standard 10-12 board exam?
While the second wave of corona virus is going on in India, there are reports that the government and the board are considering the dates for the CBSE board examinations.
- Pressure on Central Government and CBSE Board to postpone examinations
- Students, teachers and parents are motivating everyone to postpone the exam
- Many states postpone their state exams
Demand on CBSE exams is increasing
Due to the growing epidemic of corona virus, the standard 10 and 12 examinations of the CBSE board are getting re-assumed. The issue is being sought by students, teachers, parents and now politicians.
Movement is fast in Modi government
According to media reports in Delhi, the Modi government has stepped up its efforts on the exam issue and the CBSE board of the Ministry of Education and Government of India has started brainstorming the dates of the examinations. It is believed that this issue may be decided in the near future.
Can be a big decision
It is to be noted that these exams are to start from May 4 and only 20 days are left. Given the increasing number of corona virus cases, it is being demanded that conducting an examination in this situation may prove fatal.
School closed in Gujarat till 30th April
In Gujarat too, every educational institution, including schools, has been ordered to close by April 30 due to rising cases of corona virus. The Gujarat Board examination is also to be held in the month of May, in which the parents have demanded that the examinations be now postponed. Apart from this, there has been a demand for mass promotion of students other than Std 10 and 12 by the All Wali Board.
Board exam postponed in Maharashtra
Examinations have been scheduled in other states, with examinations in Uttar Pradesh starting from April 24 and board exams in Maharashtra being postponed for the time being. The Maharashtra government is considering taking a board exam in June.