Looking at the future of children, 12th board exams will not be canceled. Most of the states, with the exception of Delhi, have proposed holding the 12th council examinations. These countries expressed their opinion at a high-level meeting held on Sunday chaired by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. The central government said it will soon eliminate the confusion that arises between students and parents about the exams. A decision will be made on this or before June 1 and the date will come too.
The twelfth exam can be organized in July
On the instructions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a meeting was held on Sunday chaired by the Minister of Defense for the entrance and competitive examinations, including the 12th board examinations. It includes Federal Minister of Education Ramesh Boukharial Nishank, Minister of the Federation of Women and Child Development Smriti Irani, Minister of Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar, as well as Prime Minister of the States, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Education including Minister of State Education, CBSE, National Testing Agency (NTA) and senior officials Central Ministry of Education, etc., were present.
Discussions were held on proposals such as egocentrism, short timekeeping, and multiple choice tests.
Opinions differed on the options for taking the exam at this meeting, which lasted nearly three hours. There was a long discussion about exam options at this meeting held with the states to conduct the 12th Board Examinations. It was agreed to keep the center for the examinations. There was also talk of taking the exams in less than three hours, or an hour and a half. During this time, suggestions were made to keep the multiple-choice question papers or to check only some of the major topics. During this time, it was suggested that test subjects be chosen only by asking students. In the other materials, scores should be given based on an evaluation of their performance. During this time, CBSE also put two options to the test before the states.
Detailed proposals sought from countries until May 25
Federal Education Minister Nishank has asked all states to provide a detailed opinion in this regard by May 25. It is believed that, after the opinion of the countries, the full report will be presented to the Prime Minister. It is believed that states will be allowed to choose the option based on what suits them best. Also, the decision will be made due to the safety of the health of students, parents and teachers, but there will be an examination.