Gujarat Std-12 examination canceled : CM also accepted the decision of PM to cancel the standard 12 examination of Gujarat Board, the decision taken in the cabinet meeting.
- The case of the standard 12 repeater got stuck again
- Until late last night, continuous meetings were held between the Chief Minister, the Minister of Education and the officials of the Education Department
Gujarat Std-12 Examination Canceled
The Gujarat Education Department and the Board of Education have been working since last night after Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to cancel the CBSC exams in the interest of children. This is because the decision taken by the PMA after the Gujarat Board announced the dates and schedule of the examination had put the Gujarat government in a quandary. Following the decision on the CBSE examination, a series of meetings were held between the Chief Minister, the Minister of Education and the officials of the Education Department till late last night. And after the cancellation of the CBSE examination, the matter of whether to reconsider the Std. 12 examination of the Gujarat Secondary Education Board was constantly discussed. Then in today’s meeting of the Council of Ministers, it has been decided to cancel the standard 12 board examination in Gujarat also.
Yesterday, the PM canceled the CBSE exam
Yesterday (Tuesday) at 5 o’clock, the Gujarat Board hastily announced the timetable of the standard 12 science and general stream examinations without waiting for the decision of the CBSE examination. Two hours after the announcement of this timetable, the Central Government canceled the CBSE exam. The only question on everyone’s mind is what will happen to the Gujarat Board exam now? After a two-and-a-half-hour cabinet meeting today, it has been decided to cancel the exam.
Initiate serious discussions in government and the Board of Education
Serious discussions have started in Gujarat Government, Education Department and Education Board in this regard. According to sources, a review of the current situation in Corona is likely to be reconsidered based on the views of parents, students and campus administrators in view of the Prime Minister’s appeal at tomorrow’s cabinet meeting.
The agitation was sparked by NSUI if the exam is not canceled
NSUI students also demanded cancellation of the exam. He said that if the central government can take this decision keeping in view the health of the students, then for the students of Gujarat also the education minister should take this decision keeping this matter in mind. If this decision is not taken, there will be agitation by NSUI and there will be protests by besieging the DEO office.
3.80 lakh repeaters out of Std 10 will be passed
Repeaters The student has demanded to pass. The government wants such students to pass, but the question of how to apply the standard confuses the government.