Confusion in Gandhinagar over Std. 12 examination after PM’s announcement, government may take big decision
➡️PM’s appeal cancels CBSE exam
➡️ Students also demand cancellation of GSEB exams
➡️GSEB has announced the timetable of standard 12
➡️It is said that Gujarat has a double engine government, one engine is from Gandhinagar and the other is from Delhi. Corona virus has endangered the lives of students across the country, including Gujarat. Earlier, when it was decided from Delhi that the standard 10 exam would be canceled, another engine immediately decided to cancel the exam. However, in the case of the standard 12 exam, the second engine overtook the first engine and announced that it would take the exam. However, Delhi has announced that the lives of the children cannot be endangered and the examination will be canceled. After which a state of confusion has arisen in Gandhinagar as to how to take the exam!CBSE standard 12 exam canceled due to health concerns of students
The Central Government has canceled the CBSE Std-12 examination this year.
➡️ The decision was taken at an important meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Prime Minister said that the safety of all students is our priority. It is not appropriate to give them a stressful situation in this exam. We cannot risk his life.He said that the results of Std-12 will be prepared ontime and on logical basis.
GSEB can make a decision regarding standard 12 examination
➡️On the other hand, after PM Modi’s appeal, Gujarat Secondary Education Board is now in a dilemma whether to take the exam or not, as the Board of Education has also announced the program for Std-10 repeater and Std-12.However, a decision on theexamination could be taken after today’s cabinet meeting. Earlier, CBSE had canceled the standard 10 examination and GSEB had also canceled the examination. Earlier, the CBSE standard 10 examination was canceled last April. After that, the Gujarat government in May. .60 lakh students of 10 due to corona epidemic.
GSEB’s confusion increased after PM’s appeal
➡️Significantly, there is an atmosphere of fear among students and their parents across the country taking the 12th exam amid the risk of a third wave after the second wave of Corona. This was to be announced by CBSE and the Ministry of Education on the date of the 12th examination. But the sudden illness of the education minister had created confusion over the exams. After this, it was announced by the PMO that Narendra Modi himself would decide on the examinations after the meeting. Notably, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presided over this high profile meeting. The Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting and the Union Minister of Defense also attended the meeting.