- The date sheet of the remaining exams of CBSE 10th and 12th can be released today, the ministry will review at the end of June
The Ministry of Human Resources has said to declare the date sheets of 10th (North-East Delhi only) and 12th. But due to the increasing case of Corona, it is not easy to get it done. Concerns of parents and students have increased due to lack of clarity from the ministry and CBSE. He says that there will be a risk of infection while giving the paper. Hence, why not promote the children to the next class. FICCI Assistant Secretary General Shobha Mishra Ghosh said that there is a fear of infection in getting the exam at the exam center. Parents do not want to send children to school. Activities should also begin in school only when the transition graph comes down and distancing is followed in school.
The ministry and the board believe that the transition will ease
The preparation of Ministry of Human Resources and CBSE is somewhat different. Officials of the ministry and the Bard believe that by the time the 10th and 12th exams are held in July, the transition will have subsided. At the same time some officials said that students and parents were under stress regarding the rest of the examination. He used to request that the date of examination be reported. However, requests for date sheets started coming in now. It is also important that things are changing rapidly in Corona. Therefore, in the last week of June, it can be reviewed again to get the examination done or not.
Alam is that parents are most concerned about the safety of children due to infection. Officials said that suggestions of many people also came that children of 10th-12th should be promoted. At the same time, there were suggestions of many children of class 12th that there should be examinations so that they can get an advantage of good marks for admission in good universities. Dainik Bhaskar contacted Anita Karwal, Secretary, Department of School Education, Ministry of Human Resources, but she declined to speak officially.
The mixed response of various boards
All India Parents Association national president Ashok Aggarwal said that most parents do not want to send children to school. At the same time, Arapajita Gautam, President of Delhi Parents Association, General Secretary of Unaided Regenerated Private Schools and Board Member Bharat Arora at Mount Abu Public School in Delhi said that the future of children is decided from here.