Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ will hold a virtual meeting with all state education secretaries on May 17 to review the status of Kovid-19, online education and implementation of the National Education Policy. This information has been received by quoting news agency ANI. Schools and colleges across the country have been closed due to the Kovid-19 epidemic and classes are being conducted online. In view of the prevailing circumstances, the new academic session is also expected to be online. The Union Minister is expected to review the changes in online education and prepare a future roadmap in the meeting.
According to the information, the Ministry of Education is considering canceling the 12th board examination in the country amid increasing cases of Kovid-19. However, a final decision is yet to be taken on this. Earlier, after a meeting last month with the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) officials and PM Narendra Modi, the Education Minister had canceled the Class 10 board examination and told that a final decision will be taken on the board exams of 12th in June 2021. .
Summer vacation in schools in most states
Explain that at this time in most states, schools have decided to give summer vacation and postpone online classes. The Delhi Board examinations, which were to be held from May 11, have now been extended beyond April 20. Haryana has also announced summer holidays for students from 22 April to 31 May. At the same time, Rajasthan and West Bengal have also announced summer holidays.
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