The lockdown has not been fully relaxed in the country in view of the Corona crisis and in such a situation, school colleges and higher education institutions are closed. The CBSE board has also announced to hold its remaining examinations from July 1 to 15. At the same time, the Tamil Nadu government has approved the 10th board exams in the state from June 15, whereas The Madras High Court has taken a tough stance on this decision of the government. The court has questioned the Tamil Nadu government on conducting class 10 public examination from June 15. The court has asked what the government will do if 9 lakh students who appeared in the exam will be found Corona positive or one of those students dies.
The court has asked the government whether the government can give assurance that if the government gives permission to conduct the 10th class examinations, then no student will be affected by COVID-19 infection. The court said that if the Tamil Nadu government has decided not to open educational institutions until the situation of Covid-19 is under control, then why the government will conduct exams including 9 lakh students, 2 lakh teachers from 15 June? How can employees put their lives at risk? At the same time, the court has also asked how are you disinfecting hundreds of examination centers ?
After weeks of confusion for students, teachers and parents, Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has said that schools and colleges will be reopened after August 2020. Educational institutions may open after 15 August 2020, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal has said this in an interview. He said, “By August 15, we are trying to declare the results of all the examinations.”
Let us tell you, in this regard, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia wrote a letter to HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on the plan to reopen the school, whereas he gave this information through a tweet.
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