GSEB 12th exam news: Gujarat to hold Class 12th board exams once situation improves: Rupani

NEW DELHI: The Gujarat government on Saturday announced that the Board examinations for Class 12 will be conducted at an appropriate time once the Covid-19 pandemic situation improves in the state.

Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani has said that the state will conduct class 12 board examinations. “The exams however will be conducted once the Covid situation is under control,” he said.

Earlier, the GSEB had cancelled the Class 10 examination in the stae and had promoted all regular students to Class 11 due to the Covid-19.


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The state Education Department would review the situation at a later time and decide on the fate of the repeat students.

The decision was taken in a core committee meeting chaired by the Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama.

The Board examinations for Class 10, which had been scheduled from May 10 to 25, had been cancelled considering the prevailing crisis of the corona outbreak. All the regular students who were to appear for the exams in 1,276 government schools, 5,325 grant-in-aid schools, 4,331 self-financed schools and 45 other schools had been mass promoted to Class 11.

In an earlier decision, the Education Department had announced mass promotion for students of Classes 1 to 9 as well as those of Class 11 to the next class.

Gujarat reported 9,995 Covid-19 cases and 104 deaths from the infection in the last 24 hours, taking the state’s tally and toll to 7,35,348 and 8,944 respectively, an official said on Friday.

The daily addition of cases went below the 10000-mark after 27 days, when 9,541 people were detected with the infection on April 17, he pointed out.

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