Explained Many States Cancelled 10th 12th Exam Including Haryana Gujarat MP And Rajasthan
10th-12th Exam Canceled 2021: In view of the second wave of deadly coronavirus in the country, the Narendra Modi government at the Center has decided to cancel the CBSE examinations. After this decision of the Center, many states including Gujarat, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan have announced to cancel the 10th and 12th examinations. The hearing on this matter was going on in the Supreme Court for several days. Today the Central Government will give official information to the Supreme Court about the cancellation of CBSE’s 12th examination.
Today ICSE also has to tell in the Supreme Court whether it is also canceling the exam like CBSE. Apart from this, the demand to cancel the examinations of the State Education Board can also arise in the court. After the cancellation of the CBSE and ICSE board examinations, now many states have canceled the 12th examination amid the demand to cancel the state board examinations. These include Haryana, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Uttarakhand. Whereas Rajasthan has canceled the 10th examinations along with the 12th.
The decision will be taken soon in UP (Explained Many States Cancelled 10th 12th Exam Including Haryana Gujarat MP And Rajasthan)
After the decision to cancel the 12th examinations of CBSE and ICSE boards, there has been pressure on the state governments to cancel the board examinations. In such a situation, after MP, Uttarakhand, Gujarat, the decision of the 12th examinations of the country’s largest board can be taken today. On this, Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma will meet Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today. Although Dinesh Sharma has indicated that the 12th examination will be canceled. There are about 26 lakh children in the state this year, who have to appear for the 12th examination.
12th class students CBSE Haryana Board will pass like (Explained Many States Cancelled 10th 12th Exam Including Haryana Gujarat MP And Rajasthan)
Haryana Board of School Education will pass 12th class students like CBSE. Reappear and open students of class 10th and 12th will also be passed like regular students of class 10th and 12th. At the same time, the Haryana Board of School Education will declare the 10th class exam results by June 15.
The decision in Himachal on June 5 (Explained Many States Cancelled 10th 12th Exam Including Haryana Gujarat MP And Rajasthan)
Himachal Pradesh government can take a decision to cancel the school education board examinations in the cabinet meeting to be held on June 5. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur has indicated this. After talking to the Education Department about how to promote the students of class 12th, the government can cancel the examinations on the lines of the Centre.
also in Maharashtra 12th exams canceled (Explained Many States Cancelled 10th 12th Exam Including Haryana Gujarat MP And Rajasthan)
Maharashtra Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said that we have decided to postpone the 12th board examination for the safety of the children. We have placed the file before the Disaster Management Authority and when its decision comes, we will convey the decision to you.
Bengal formed an expert committee (Explained Many States Cancelled 10th 12th Exam Including Haryana Gujarat MP And Rajasthan)
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had earlier announced that secondary and higher secondary examinations would be held this year, but the state government constituted an expert committee to decide whether board exams are feasible in this pandemic. The expert committee has been asked to submit its report within 72 hours. The committee will give its opinion on many things, including whether exams are possible? If it is possible what would be the mechanism of holding the students without exposing them to the infection? The committee will also look into the aspects of the evaluation of students in case the examination is not held.
Decision soon in Goa too (Explained Many States Cancelled 10th 12th Exam Including Haryana Gujarat MP And Rajasthan)
Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said that his government is currently contemplating canceling the examinations. Goa has three options, including conducting exams for over 21,000 students. The three options include canceling the examinations altogether or giving a chance to those who wish to appear in the examination while declaring the result based on internal marks for those who do not wish to answer the examination.