cbse icse board exam 2021 12th exam Cancel pm modi corona protocol | 12th board examinations canceled, PM Modi said


The wait of the students waiting for any official announcement regarding the 12th board examinations is over now. Class 12 examination has been canceled.

The wait of the students waiting for any official announcement regarding the 12th board examinations is over now. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to cancel a long meeting exam.

New Delhi. While a section of students and parents may have breathed relief for the cancellation of the CBSE 12th exam, a large section is also worried about the impact of this decision. Actually, in this time of Corona, this decision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi would have freed 1.5 crore students of the country during the examination, but what will be the process of their admission in those universities and colleges where admission is given on the basis of XII marks Goes. However, it was a tough challenge for the board to do the 12th exam during the corona epidemic. On the one hand, while appeals were being made to many states of the country that the exam be canceled, an application was also filed in the Supreme Court regarding this.

PM’s initiative

Today, a big review meeting was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and it has been decided that in view of the Corona epidemic this year, the 12th examination will not be conducted. In the meeting, the PM said clearly that the PM said that in such a stressful situation, students should not be forced to sit the exam.

High importance to the safety and health of studentsThe Prime Minister stressed that the health and safety of our students is of utmost importance and no compromise should be made on this aspect. The PM said that it is not right to put students at risk in view of today’s time and today’s situation. The PM was aware that not only the students but his parents were worried about the exam.

No impact on the future of students

The PM said in the meeting that the results of class XII will be made in a time-bound manner according to a well-defined objective criterion. That is, the situation which was prevalent in the future of the students, has also ended and the students will not face any problem in further studies. In Baitak it was also decided that like last year, if some students wish to take the exam, then they will be given such an option by CBSE if the situation is favorable. That is, students will have all kinds of options.

Rationale behind the verdict

This decision of the Prime Minister can be said to be important in many ways. In a way where the country is struggling with the corona epidemic, the experts of the corona are also warning the government towards the third wave. It is also being said that the third wave is going to be the biggest danger to young children. It is a matter of concern for the Central Government and especially for the PM that if students have any problem due to the examination, then it will not be considered in any way right.

No vaccine for people below 18 years yet

The age of students appearing for the 12th examination is usually 18 years or less than 18 years. At present, there is no vaccine for people under 18 years of age in the country. In such a situation, it was necessary to bring the students without vaccine to the examination hall in this situation and to get the examination in danger. This is the reason why the PM also clearly stated in the meeting that the safety of the students cannot be compromised.

This is also the reason behind the cancellation of the exam, that getting students to take the exam with social distancing in the exam hall is a big challenge. Also, putting on a mask during the examination will also prove to be a necessary way to push children under stress.


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