ABVP asks Center to consider security of student-examinees before holding Class XII exams

New Delhi: Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad in its memorandum to the Union Education Minister has asked the Central Government to consider security and future of the student-examinees before holding the Class XII exams that are pending due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“In view of the prevailing situation, novel modes of conducting the pending exams like open book examinations, remote examinations using registered posts, exams for major subjects can be explored for conducting exams with physical distancing in coming July- August. A number of state governments are already adopting similar creative approaches,” the memorandum said.

The student group has suggested that since there is a “steady decline in the number of new COVID-19 cases,” the pending examinations may be organized on a relatively shorter timescale in the months of July-August.


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ABVP, in its Memorandum of suggestions has recommended the evaluation of final year students of various colleges and universities on the basis of reduced syllabi, increasing the number of centres for holding one-day entrance examinations for admission into reputed colleges and universities in the months of July-August.

Nidhi Tripathi, National General Secretary, ABVP, said, “The evaluation of Class XII students acquires significance in light of the fact that admissions into various undergraduate programmes are based on the Senior Secondary Merit List. The Central Government as well as state governments must decide judicially taking into account the safety, health and academic prospects of students so that students don’t have to face problems in future.”

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