CBSE standard 12 exam canceled

By | 2 June 2021

 CBSE standard 12 exam canceled

In the high-level meeting held in the presence of Prime Minister Modi, it has been decided to cancel the 12th board examination.

  • Prime Minister’s important meeting regarding 12th board exam
  • Keeping in mind the interest of the students, the Prime Minister has taken this decision.
  • Students’ lives cannot be put in danger: PM

The Prime Minister has called an important meeting regarding the 12th board examination. In the meeting, Prime Minister Modi has decided to cancel the 12th examination. The Prime Minister said that the lives of students cannot be put in danger during the Corona period.

Decision to cancel the examination taken in the interest of students- Modi

At a high-level meeting, Modi said the decision to cancel the exams was taken in the interest of students. Union ministers Amit Shah, Prakash Javadekar, Piyush Goyal, Dharmendra Pradhan, Nirmala Sitharaman and several officials of the education ministry were present. meeting. Suggestions and options related to the examination scheme were discussed in the meeting.

Safety of students is our priority

In the meeting, the Prime Minister said that the safety of the students is our priority. It is not okay to put stress on children during the coronation. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is against the plan for class 12 exams. Kejriwal tweeted that children and parents are very worried about the 12th examination. They want that the 12th examination should not be conducted without vaccination. Kejriwal said, ‘I appeal to the central government to cancel the 12th examination. Marks are awarded to the students on the basis of evaluation based on the final performance.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired an important meeting regarding class 12 board exams

ગુજરાતી વાચવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો

The Union Education Ministry had sought suggestions from states and other parties on the examination. The government has informed the Supreme Court that the decision on the 12th examination will be taken by June 3.

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