Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ will answer the students’ questions related to the CBSE 10th and 12th class exams on June 25, ie at 4pm. Significantly, the Central Board of Secondary Education has canceled its Class XII examination on June 1 following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision. In fact, since April, a growing number of students and parents have been demanding the cancellation of the test due to the rise in Covid cases.
Subsequently, the CBSE stated in the Supreme Court of India that the assessment criteria for Class XII are based on the results of CBSE 12th grade students based on the 10th and 11th grades and their performance in the 12th standard.
The Minister of Education was informed of the live conversation with students on social media
In his social media post announcing his plan of direct interaction with students on June 25, the Minister of Education said in his social media post, “For the doubts in your mind regarding the CBSE exams, I would like to call the evening of June 25, 2021. I will try to answer your questions via social media at 4 pm
Nishank was unable to attend a major meeting on June 1
Let us say that the Minister of Education cannot attend a major meeting with PM Modi on June 1, in fact he was hospitalized after Kovid’s complications. For this reason, the Minister of Education now communicates with students on social media and answers questions related to their results.
The SC has ordered all state boards to release the results before July 31
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court on Thursday ordered all state boards to issue the 12th result and marksheet before July 31. Like the state boards, the results of the main exams conducted by CBSE and CISCE will also be announced by July 31.
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