Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma said the final decision of the state board exams for Class 10 and 12 will be taken on June 18. It is important to note that the board examinations will be conducted only if the Kovid-19 positivity rate in the state is less than two per cent.
CM tweeted info
CM tweeted, “The final decision on HSLC, High Madarasa and HS final year exams will be taken on June 18 at a meeting between the Edu department and various other stakeholders.” He said the volume recommended that testing should not be allowed due to the COPID-19 epidemic.
The students reached the Supreme Court seeking direction to cancel the board examination
Amid all this, a group of students from Assam approached the Supreme Court seeking direction to cancel the 10th and 12th State Board exams on Monday. 10th Class High School Certificate Examination and Assam Higher Secondary Education Board scheduled to conduct Class XII Examination in May, but these tests were to be conducted in the second wave of Kovid-19
Many state boards, including the CBSE, canceled the tests
After the cancellation of CBSE 12th examination, let’s say that many state boards have also canceled their 10th and 12th exams. At the same time, some states have not yet made any decision regarding board exams. These states also hope to make a decision soon.
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