- Only private schools in the state will be able to charge tuition fees till the lockdown period.
- All students will be sanitized before and after giving paper
May 16, 2020, 09:26 PM IST
Amid lockdown since March, Madhya Pradesh 10th-12th Board students are worrying about the remaining paper. The Board of Secondary Education has taken a big decision regarding the 10th examinations amid the questions being raised about the exam. The remaining papers of MP board 10th paper will no longer be exam. Based on the marks of the 10th paper, the result will be ready and now the pass will be written in front of the papers which have not been made. At the same time, the remaining examinations of class 12 will be held from June 8 to June 16. This information has been given by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
Govt has decided not to conduct the remaining exams for Class 10 of Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education. Merit list of Class 10 will be announced based on the exams held. The pending exams of class 12 will be held between June 8 & June 16: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan pic.twitter.com/D5G2VqApTS
– ANI (@ANI) May 16, 2020
Students will be sanitized twice
In the era of coronavirus, not only will social distancing have to be taken care of in the examinations, but in the changed circumstances, the examination centers will also have to be changed for safety. According to the information, students will be given entry only after screening at the examination centers. All will be sanitized before giving the paper. Apart from this, students will be sanitized even after giving paper. Separate soaps will be provided at the examination centers to wash the hands along with the sanitizer.
Examination centers will have to be increased for social distancing
This time social distancing will be the most important in the exam. Accordingly, arrangements will be made to seat students at the examination centers. Till now 30 students were sitting in one room for the examination. But, now in view of the changed situation, only 8 to 10 students will be able to take the exam by sitting in one room. Due to this, the number of examination centers will also have to be increased to double. The board may also have to arrange masks.
Examination postponed from 21 March
With this, any private school will be able to charge only tuition fees from the students from the date of commencement of lockdown till the end of lockdown, besides no other fees will be charged. This year, the 10th-12th examinations started from 02 and 03 March, which continued till 19 March. Examinations in the state were postponed from March 21 due to the spread of infection. This time, 33 thousand 805 students of class 10th and 23 thousand 419 students in class 12th had appeared.