Board exams canceled in two more states of the country


The 10th exam has already been canceled in Goa.

12th Board Exam 2021: After CBSE and CISE, there are reports of cancellation of 10th and 12th examinations from different states of the country. In this sequence, Rajasthan and Goa have also canceled the board examinations.

New Delhi. After CBSE and CISCE, the news of cancellation of class 12 board examinations by the states continues to come. In this sequence, now Rajasthan and Goa have also canceled their board examinations. The Rajasthan government has canceled the 10th and 12th examinations after the cabinet meeting. At the same time, Goa has also decided to cancel the 12th examination here. Goa has already canceled the 10th exams. Goa Board has also released the marking scheme for passing the 10th class students. Here the 10th students will be passed on the basis of internal assessment. Let us inform that earlier the Haryana Board and Madhya Pradesh Board had also taken the decision to cancel the 12th examination.

Prior to the cabinet meeting regarding board examinations in Rajasthan, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi had tweeted and said that like CBSE, state boards should also listen to students, parents and teachers to take student-friendly decisions regarding the 12th examination. needed. I appeal to the Chief Ministers of the states, education ministers, give importance to the voice of the students in their decisions, to protect their health. A few days ago, Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra had also said that after the decision of CBSE, he would discuss with Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and take a decision regarding the 10th, 12th examinations.

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