Standard 12 Exams Canceled
Gujarat Board’s decision to cancel the standard 12 examination has also been announced today. The government also called an emergency meeting after the CBSE standard 12 exam was canceled and considered what to do about it. At the end of this deliberation, the state government announced the official decision in the cabinet meeting held today. The Gujarat government has decided to cancel the standard 12 examinations in view of the Koro epidemic.
6 lakh 92 thousand students were to give exams
It should be mentioned that in view of the manner in which the Modi government at the Center has canceled the examination, the examination of 6 lakh 92 thousand students of Std.
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1 lakh 40 thousand students of Std. 12 Science and 5 lakh 52 thousand students of general stream together 6 lakh 92 thousand students are studying in the schools of Gujarat Secondary-Higher Secondary Education Board.
Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board cancels class 12th board examination, says State Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama pic.twitter.com/IDXjzPdl1g
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Earlier, it was decided to conduct the examination of these students from June 1 and also announced the examination program on Tuesday. Preparations for the exams were carried out in every district of the state and in schools where there are examination centers. Examination centers were also decided. Under such circumstances, the Central Government has decided not to conduct the CBSE Std. 12 examination.
The timetable was announced yesterday
Recently, the Board of Education It has been decided to conduct written examinations of a total of 6.83 lakh students of 1.40 lakh and 5.43 lakh general streams of 12 sciences from July 1 in compliance with the guideline of Corona. The timetable of the exam was also announced yesterday. All examinations were to be conducted in two parts. Gujarat Board of Guardians has welcomed the decision of CBSE Board to cancel the standard 12 examination. At the same time, the Gujarat government demanded the cancellation of the standard 12 examination.
Demand of the Board for cancellation of examination
Naresh Shah, president of the All Gujarat Board of Trustees, called a meeting under the chairmanship of the CM and demanded that the state government take a decision on the standard 12 Gujarat board examination immediately. The decision to cancel the CBSE board standard 12 examination was welcomed by Bhaskar Patel, president of the Gujarat State School Administrators’ Federation. When the schedule of the examination was announced by the Gujarat Board, on the other hand, in the meeting chaired by the PM, it was decided to cancel the CBSE Board Std. 12 examination. The state government was also requested to consider the option given earlier by the corporation. The guardians became concerned and expressed hope that the state government would take the right decision amid fears of a third wave of corona.
The government was also considering vaccinating students
The Gujarat government was considering giving vaccines to all students above the age of 18 appearing for the board examinations of Std-12 and information was also received that a vaccination campaign would be launched for this purpose. Under the vaccination campaign, 6 lakh students out of 10 lakh students who will repeat in Std-12 and Std-10 examinations will be covered.
Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that the district-wise data analysis of all students in the age group of 18 years and above has been done in the state. These students will be vaccinated based on the amount of vaccine available. The State Government will request the Central Government to assist in carrying out this vaccination campaign.