The future of Class X and XII examinations conducted by the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education for the year 2020-21 in Goa will be decided after April 30. A senior official of the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education said this on Tuesday. Let us know that these examinations were scheduled to begin on April 24, but due to increasing cases of corona infection, they were postponed to April 21 as per the order of the state government.
30 After April, the decision will be taken regarding the future of examinations
On the other hand, Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education chairperson Bhagirath Shetty told PTI that, “We are currently adopting the policy of weight and watch after postponing the exams for class X and XII. The future of these exams will be decided after April 30. “
There was no option but to postpone the examinations.
While Goan academician and former school principal Narayan Desai had no option but to postpone these exams in view of the current scenario, but the continuous shifting of education from online to offline and hybrid mode was a challenge that affected the students as well. Was living
Board examinations postponed or canceled due to corona infection
Significantly, as the cases of Kovid-19 increase across the country, the governments of most of the states have postponed or canceled the Class 10 and 12 examinations. The CBSE and ICSE board have also postponed the examinations of class 10 and cancellation of class 12. A further decision will be taken soon after reviewing the situation.
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