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CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education is in favor of conducting the class 12th board examination.
Amidst such a vital situation of this COVID-19 pandemic, where lakhs of people lost their lives and jobs, if we talk specifically about the student’s conditions then it was miserable with a full session based on an online class. They are even distracted and irritated because of the information provided by the various social media on the conduction of their exams. Their lives are the same as a funnel cake, completely round and round with no adequate path to walk through.
Here’s is once again a final update on the conduction of the examination via a long meeting in today’s evening. The final decision would be submitted to the Supreme Court and the court will hear the case on June 3.
The chairperson of the meeting would be Rajnath Singh (defense minister of India). the union education minister (Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank) will probably miss today’s meeting due to post covid inconveniences. CBSE officials, state-level education, CISCE officials, and secretaries of the various educational departments, etc, will also be this.
Here is a link to the education minister's tweet in which he showed his acceptance toward exams by giving priority to the lives.
The topic discussed in the meeting is going to be as follows-
1. The new format paper with MCQs and short answer-based questions.
2. Preparation of the result based on 3 years’ results in performance.
3. Exams conducted on the limited subjects.
4. Vaccination program for 18+.
Our prime minister - Mr. Narendra Modi words on some politicians and parents demand-
They must not take impulsively the decision in the rumors spreading in the WhatsApp group." The studies have proven effective on the dose of the vaccine on children." Trials in India upon children are going to be done and soon a possible. Here are few politicians who want to play politics in children's future. The scientists are going to decide on the data from the trial.
As demanded by some diplomats and guardians, the vaccine program will also be part of the discussion of this today’s evening meeting.
CBSE suggested conducting exams between July 25 to 26 August.
The second board CISCE asked schools to collect data on the previous year’s performance, including the pre-board of students.