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- Prime Minister Narendra Modi to meet with Education Minister and Secretaries, to discuss CBSE’s 10th 12th Board Examinations
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In view of the increasing cases of Corona, the government may postpone the CBSE 10th and 12th examinations. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is holding a meeting with Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and officials concerned. Earlier, many leaders and state governments have demanded to postpone the board exams of CBSE. The education minister and the CBSE board have to decide on this.
CBSE board examinations to be held from May 4
CBSE 10th and 12th examinations are to be held from May 4. According to the schedule issued by the board, the exam will be conducted in two shifts. But now in view of the increasing cases of Corona, the board examinations can be postponed. Earlier, All India Student Association has also demanded to postpone the examinations of class 10th and 12th. A letter has been written to the Ministry of Education on behalf of the association. CBSE board examinations will include more than 30 lakh students. The exam has to be offline. Students are also running a # CancelBoardExam2021 campaign on social media.
Corona’s situation uncontrolled in many states
Many states including Maharashtra, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh are greatly affected by Corona. In such a situation, getting the exam done is a big challenge. Board examinations in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh have been postponed. MPPAC examinations have also been deferred. Given the situation, many more states may also decide to postpone the examinations.