Ministry of Human Resource & Development (MHRD) HRD Minister has made major announcement in regarding Board Examinations. HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal tweeted that in Evening announced as a major announcement for those students who are currently not in same districts as their Board Examination centre. In announcement it is stated that students returned back to home districts can answer their exams there, said HRD Minister. In his major announcement students appearing in upcoming July 2020 Board exams are given relief as they can answer Board Exams in their own home districts. Minister has conducted different live webinars and interactions with Students, Parents and Teachers amid lockdown.
In his tweet HRD Minister Pokhriyal said- Attention! Students who are currently not in the same district as their board examination centre, we have a major announcement coming their way this evening. Stay tuned.
On Wednesday, HRD Minister Nishank Ramesh Pokhriyal tweeted a big announcement is waiting for students in following Evening. HRD Minister will announce ‘Something Big’ for students stranded in other districts to their allotted districts where Board examinations are scheduled. It is important to note that earlier HRD Minister had confirmed that the remaining board exams would be conducted in the own schools of the students. In the same row it is being assumed that another big announcement could be made by HRD Minister Pokhriyal in Wednesday evening.
CBSE has decided that students who went back to their homes states/districts can inform their schools. Students will be permitted to write exams in the dist where they currently are. In 1st week of June they'll will be told that in what school they'll be able to write exam, said HRD Minister.
CBSE Board has scheduled to conduct Class 10th, 12th Board remaining exams 2020 in the month of July. After finalizing the CBSE Exam date sheet HRD Minister confirmed through his social media handle that the remaining board exams would be conducted in the own schools of the students.
Among speculations there are chances that HRD Minister may announce something relevant on online Classes, Online Examinations. Earlier in his previous tweet, Union HRD Minister also scheduled to address the heads of whopping 45,000 Higher Education Institutions on Thursday (May 28) at 3 pm. HRD Minister to interact at a webinar organized by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) tomorrow. In webinar, the HRD minister will be speaking on the topic- Turn challenges into opportunities: COVID-19 pandemic and measures to combat by Higher Education Institutions of India.
The minister has conducted several webinars during the Coronavirus lockdown and addressed the concerns of Parents, Students and Teachers. Many academic activities including examinations, assessments and regular classes were postponed or suspended, owing to the lockdown.