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Union Human Resource Development Minister to Hold a High-Level Meeting

There will be a shadow of doubt today at the forthcoming board review to be carried out by CBSE. Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank would hold a high-level meeting today with ministry and board officials, after which the order to cancel the exam is expected to be released.

As per NDTV ‘s report, a meeting of high-ranking CBSE officials and the Ministry of Human Resource Development will take place today for the CBSE Board Examination to still be held from July 1. The meeting will be presided by Minister of Education Ramesh Pokharia. After taking the meeting, the Board exam will be determined. The Board exam is assumed to be postponed again.

The decision on NEET and JEE – It is said there will also be a decision on NEET and JEE at this meeting. Let us know that the JEE-Main exam will take place on July 18-19, while the sheet exam will take place on July 26.

Seeing the growing danger of corona in the country, the parents asked the minister of education. It is to postpone the examination, after which the minister of education held a meeting. Examination to be done at 15,000 centres. Let us know that the central government had announced, along with the announcement of the examination. Also, that CBSE will conduct board exams at 15,000 centres. Union Minister for Human Resource Development Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said there had been examinations. It is at 3000 centres earlier, now it has been increased to 15000. In light of social distancing, the government took this decision.

12 Point Guidelines issued – 12 point Guidelines for test-takers were issued by CBSE. These guidelines have been issued with 12 board exams announced. It has been made compulsory for students to apply masks at the exam centre according to the ministry ‘s guidelines. Besides this, keeping the students with a sanitizer is also mandatory. CBSE had said in its guidelines that social and physical distance must. It is to be observed by all students at the exam centre.

Earlier, CBSE had said that between 1 and 15 July the 10th and 12th exams would be held. However, the board has already clarified that there would be no 10th exam. The examinations will only be held in some areas of Delhi. It is told the copy checking process will start immediately after the exam.

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