Assam to carry Class 10 and 12 board exams on THIS situation, examine what CM Himanta Biswa Sarma says | India Information
New Delhi: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday (June 10) mentioned that Class 10 and 12 state board examinations shall be held provided that COVID-19 positivity fee drops beneath two per cent.
The board exams are more likely to be held from July 15, PTI reported.
“A sequence of conferences had been held by the training division with guardians, college students’ organisations and different stakeholders and they’re in favour of holding the examinations,” Sarma mentioned addressing a press convention.
Additional, he mentioned, “The schedule for the examinations shall be introduced inside the subsequent few days however with the rider that the positivity fee within the state comes all the way down to lower than two per cent.”
The board exams shall be held for one or two days with strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols and the query papers shall be goal, the Assam CM added.
“If the positivity fee is above two per cent on July 1, the board examinations shall be cancelled, as we can not take danger with the lives of scholars”, Sarma advised the mediapersons.
Assam has a COVID-19 positivity fee of three.24 % at the moment.
Sarma mentioned that in case the exams are cancelled, colleges shall be directed to conduct the analysis for which the modalities shall be labored out and Training Minister Ranoj Pegu will announce it accordingly.
After Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) scrapped Class 12 exams, a number of states together with Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra adopted go well with in view of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.
(With inputs from PTI)