After the cancellation of CBSE exams, many states have also canceled their board exams. At the same time, no final decision has been taken regarding the board examination in West Bengal yet. However, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced on Saturday (June 6) that the state government has constituted an expert panel for the West Bengal Board Exam 2021. The committee will recommend whether to conduct state board exams for secondary and higher secondary classes. The panel issued an email ID on Sunday and also sought suggestions from the public regarding the board examination.
Panel shared email id public opinion
Let us inform that three days after forming an expert panel to examine the feasibility of conducting board exams amid the Kovid-19 epidemic, the West Bengal School Education Department on Sunday shared the email ID and sought public opinion on the matter within 24 hours.
School Education Department on Sunday issued a notice
In a notice issued on Sunday, the School Education Department said, “The views of the public are being sought on whether to conduct the Secondary / Higher Secondary Examination 2021. The department has asked the people that if they are in favor of conducting the examination. If yes, then give your opinion about the modalities to get it done. The department has also sought opinion about the possible criteria for assessment.
CM requested the public by tweeting
On the other hand, CM Mamta Banerjee tweeted on Sunday, we have sought suggestions from parents, general public, experts in the field of education, people of civil society. I request you to share your views by 2 pm on 7th June 2021.
The panel has submitted its report to the state government
Significantly, a 6-member expert committee, which includes the head of the secondary board, the head of the state child rights protection PAN, a doctor and an educationist. This committee has already submitted its report to the government on Saturday, although its recommendations have not been made public. However, a member of the panel told PTI that he and others have unanimously agreed that conducting offline exams for class 10 and class 12 students is not right in the present circumstances. At the same time, there were differences of opinion about whether the open book examination would be more correct for the students or the online examination.
Let us inform that this year more than 12 lakh students will appear in the secondary and 8.5 lakh higher secondary examinations. At the same time, CBSE and CISCE have recently canceled the 12th board examinations in view of the pandemic.
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