CBSE and CISCE have canceled the class 12th board exams. At the same time, after this decision of CBSE, many states have also announced to cancel their board examinations. At the same time, no final decision has been taken regarding the West Bengal board examinations yet.
Amidst all this, the top officials of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) and the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) also canceled the joint press conference scheduled on Wednesday in which they will be given secondary (class 10) and higher secondary (class 10) and higher secondary (class 10) and higher secondary education. Class 12) was to announce its decision on the scheduling of this year’s examination.
6 member expert committee has been constituted
However, with the examinations expected to be scheduled at a later date, the state government on Wednesday constituted a 6-member expert committee to suggest ways to conduct examinations and evaluate question papers during the COVID-19 situation. The panel has been asked to submit its report to the government within 72 hours.
The committee will give its opinion on many things
Board sources said that the committee constituted will give its opinion on many things, whether it is possible to conduct the examinations and if it is possible then what would be the mechanism to conduct them without exposing the students to the infection. The committee will also look into the aspects of evaluation of students in case of non-examination.
Expert committee will submit its report in 72 hours
The Expert Committee has been asked to submit its report within 72 hours. The state government will evaluate the report submitted by the expert committee and then the final decision will be taken. However, it will not take much time as the board wants to reduce the stress of the students.” Board officials are of the opinion that after the cancellation of Class XII exams of CBSE and ISC, the formation of an expert committee is very important as the board’s Along with this, the health of the students is also the most important for the state government.
Earlier, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had said that the state government has decided to conduct the secondary and higher secondary examinations in the second week of August and the last week of July respectively and only compulsory subjects will be conducted. Schools were asked to award marks for additional subjects on the basis of internal assessment.
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