Academic Director of Career Point, Mr Shailendra Maheshwari is keeping a close watch on the whole new scenario of the education sector which has got altered due to the COVID-19 epidemic. He said that during the lockdown, many students who were studying away from their home districts have moved back to their homes. However, to appear for their pending board examinations, they needed to move back to the place where their schools were located. But as it is not safe to travel due to the surging pandemic, the CBSE board has come up with a solution to his.
Mr Maheshwari further added that the Education Board has rolled a plan to maintain safety measures for the pending Board Exams. In an announcement, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal mentioned that the board will allow the students of 10th and 12th class who had moved back to their home place during the lockdown, to appear for the pending board exams from new exams centers located in their home districts or states.
📢Students, who are currently not in the same district as their board examination centers due to #lockdown!
I have advised @cbseindia29 to shift your examination center to your current district. Kindly get in touch with your respective schools for further information.
I a video released on the official handle of Union HRD Ministry, Mr Pokhriyal also put forward that the students don’t require travelling to the previous board examination center, in case they have migrated to different state or district in lockdown period.
#Covid_19 संकट के कारण हजारों बच्चे अपने गृह प्रदेश में चले गए थे, ऐसी स्थिति में सीबीएसई की बोर्ड परीक्षाओं में शामिल हो रहे विद्यार्थियों की समस्या को ध्यान में रखते हुए #CBSE ने यह फैसला लिया है कि ऐसे विद्यार्थी अपनी बोर्ड परीक्षा अपने गृह जिले में ही दे सकते हैं।@DDNewslivepic.twitter.com/3UFkbISIPm
Mr Pokhriyal further said that the students will get to know about the new examination center in the first week of June, where they will be allowed to take their remaining board papers.
HRD Ministry has also issued a new guideline for the students appearing in the exam. They have been instructed to bring personal transparent bottles of sanitizers to the examination center. They will have to cover up their nose, mouth with mask or cloth to avoid the chances of contact from others. The examination authorities will also make sure that the recommended norms of social distancing will also be maintained.
The board has also asked the parents to ensure that their ward is not sick, before coming to the examination center.
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