Due to the surge in COVID-19 cases across the state, Assam Classes 10 and 12 board examinations have been postponed until further orders. Both Class 10 (HSLC) and Class 12 (HS) board examinations were scheduled to begin on May 11. "In view of the prevailing situation of Covid-19 in the state of Assam, it has been decided to postpone the HSLC/AHM Examination 2021, scheduled to be held from 11th May 2021. The revised schedule of the said examination shall be announced shortly after consultation with the state health department," read the notification issued by Suranjana Senapati, Secretary, Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA). The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has also ordered the postponement of the Class 12 boards exam. “Due to prevailing COVID-19 situation, the Higher Secondary final examinations 2021 scheduled to be held from 11 May, 2021, has been postponed until further order,” AHSEC said in a statement issued on Tuesday. Class 10 practical exams have already been held on March 4 and 5 at multiple examination centres across the state. Assam Higher Education Council (AHSEC) had earlier announced the postponement of the HS First year examination that was slated to begin on May 4 citing the pandemic situation. “In view of the COVID-19 situation, the HS First year examination, 2021 has been postponed until further orders. It is to inform you that the council has made all preparation for both the examinations,” reads the official notification.
Andhra Pradesh has announced the postponement of the year-end examinations for Intermediate or Class 12 students, "in deference to the suggestion of the High Court." State Education Minister A Suresh said in a statement that they have decided to put off the examinations till normalcy is restored. The Andhra Pradesh Class 12 board exams have been postponed amid rising COVID-19 cases in the state. The Class 12 students will have to check the official website for the revised board exams date sheet. The Education Minister, however, remained silent on the exams for Class 10 students. "The High Court has asked us to reconsider the decision to go ahead with the Intermediate examinations (from May 6), in view of the prevailing COVID-19 situation. We have also taken into consideration the concerns of the students and parents," Suresh said. He said a fresh schedule for the Intermediate exams would be announced after the situation returned to normal. "We will inform this to the High Court tomorrow," the Minister added. The Andhra Pradesh High Court is currently hearing two public interest litigation petitions filed by some students against the government's decision to go ahead with the examinations for Classes 10 and Intermediate, despite the virulent spread of coronavirus in the state. With the release of the AP Inter admit card 2021, many students and parents had earlier registered their protest on social media platforms demanding the cancellation of Classes 10 and 12 AP board examination. AP Inter exams 2021 are scheduled to be held from May 6 to 23. Andhra Pradesh Class 10 board exams will be held from June 7 to 16, 2021.
In view of COVID-19 pandemic, Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE on Saturday announced that the board examinations for Classes 10 and 12 has been postponed until further notice. “As per decision of TBSE the board examinations of Class 10 and Class 12 has been postponed for the time being until further notice,” reads a tweet from Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath. “My message to all the students to be prepared for the examination as when the situation will be fruitful the examination will be conducted,” he added. The order to postpone Class 10 and Class 12 board exams will be applicable for all government, government-aided, private schools, and madrassas of the state. The Tripura Board Madhyamik exams, or Class 10 exams, were scheduled to begin from May 19, 2021, and the Higher Secondary Tripura board exams, or Class 12 exams would have started on May 18, 2021. The TBSE Tripura board exams were slated to be held in pen-and-paper mode. A TBSE statement issued in this regard said: "Looking at the uprising situation of COVID-19 pandemic all over the country as well as in our state and also taking into account the safety and health of the students, it will not be judicious to hold ensuing HS (+2 Stage) and Madhyamik Examinations wef May 18 and May 19 respectively." Further adding that the new exam schedule will be announced at least 15 days prior to the date of exams, it added: "The examination committee recommends to postpone these examinations for the time being and propose to hold the examinations when situation will be conducive with two weeks' notice." Earlier, to contain the spread of the infection, the Tripura Government has postponed all undergraduate and postgraduate semester exams of private and government universities, and Classes 10, 12 pre-board exams.
Department of General and Higher Education Kerala on Friday announced that the paper valuation of plus two Higher Secondary examination has been postponed until further notice. The valuation was scheduled to begin on May 5. The revised date will be announced later. "The valuation of higher secondary second-year examination scheduled for May 5 has been postponed. New dates will be announced later,” reads the official notification. Kerala plus two examinations started on April 8 and concluded on April 26. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the examinations were conducted with strict adherence to safety protocols issued by the state. Earlier, the general education department has announced the postponement of plus two higher secondary and vocational higher secondary practical examinations. The department said that the revised schedule for the practical exams will be notified later. "The Higher Secondary/Vocational Higher Secondary theory examinations in Kerala are being completed today (26/04/2021). The present instruction is to start the practical examinations from the 28th. However, in the present scenario, the Higher Secondary / Vocational Higher Secondary Practical Examinations scheduled to start on 28/04/2021 have been temporarily postponed. Updated exam dates will be announced later," reads the official notification. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Higher Secondary equivalency exams scheduled from May 3 to May 8 have also been deferred.
The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) on Friday said that board exams for Class 12 students, in a departure from the norm, would be held at their respective schools in June, on account of the COVID-19 tsunami across the state. Mahua Das, the president of the council, said in a statement that exams will be held during the second half of the day on the scheduled dates. She also said that annual exams for Class 11 students have been suspended for the year. "The higher secondary examinations for 2021 will be held in the respective educational institute of a candidate from 12 noon to 3.15 pm," she said. Ms Das, however, maintained the council will be keeping a close watch on the COVID-19 situation, and all its decisions would be hinging on the evolving circumstances. As for students of Class 11, schools have been told to teach selective portions of the syllabus in the next three months which would be of relevance to them for board exams next year, she added. Higher Secondary exams are set to begin on June 15 and continue till July 2.
The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) on April 22 canceled Class 10 board exams and postponed Class 12 final exams, in view of the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the state. As per the official notice released by CGBSE,Class 12 board exams will be held later when the situation improves. Earlier, the exams were scheduled for April-May. Class 10 students will be awarded marks on the basis of assignments, an official statement said. “Students who have not achieved the minimum marks required or their assignment work is still pending, such students will be awarded passing marks. If a student is not satisfied with the marks given, they will be provided with an opportunity to appear for the board exams when COVID-19 situation improves,” said VK Goyal, secretary, CGBSE, in an official statement. Earlier, the Chhattisgarh government promoted students of all the classes, except those from Classes 10 and 12, to the next higher classes without exams. "All schools will be shut till further orders and all students, except class 10th and 12th, will be given general promotion to the next class without holding examinations," the government had said. Amid the second wave of COVID-19, most of the state and central education boards have announced postponement and cancellation of their board exams. CBSE and ICSE, the two central educational boards, will use alternative methods for declaring Class 10 results. State education boards in Maharashtra and Odisha have also adopted similar methods.
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