The Assam government will decide whether the 10th class or HSLC and the 12th class or HS final exams will be held on June 18 this year, amid the COVID-19 epidemic today. However, the state cabinet has recommended not conducting these tests. On the other hand, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma said on Wednesday that the Department of Education will take a final decision on board examinations after meeting with education stakeholders. P>
CM tweeted about board exams strong>
CM also tweeted in this regard. This includes & nbsp; "HSLC, & nbsp; Uchcha Madarasa and HS & nbsp; Final year & nbsp; 18 & nbsp; June & nbsp; EDU & nbsp; The final decision will be taken at a meeting between the department and the stakeholders."& nbsp; He wrote further, & nbsp; & ldquo; Currently & nbsp; Kovid-19 & nbsp; The Cabinet has recommended that testing of the cause of the epidemic should not be allowed.
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In the state strong> Board tests are conducted only if the positivity rate is less than 2 percent strong>
Last week the Chief Minister was in the 10th class or & nbsp; HSLC & nbsp; The HS&NSP final test will be conducted in mid-July only when the Kovid-19 positivity rate is less than 2 percent in the 12th or 12th state. Significantly, Assam recorded a positive rate of 2.57 per cent on Tuesday.
If the board does not conduct the tests, the CM said that in that case the school is a school-based assessment to encourage students to the next class. Will be considered. Let us tell you that recently, the students of Assam went to the Supreme Court demanding the cancellation of their board exams. P>
The Supreme Court has issued notice to eight states, including Assam strong>
It is interesting to note that the Supreme Court issued notice to eight states, including Assam, on Thursday, June 17. These states have yet to make any decision on board exams. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) and 18 state boards have decided not to take final exams for Class XII this year. P>
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