10th-12th exams, an important role played by the Minister of Education
Mumbai: The decision regarding CBSE Board's 10th and 12th examinations will be taken after discussions with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad has clarified.
He gave this information while Varsha Gaikwad held a press conference today. He also said that he would discuss the CBSE board's 10th and 12th examinations with the Chief Minister in the next two days.
Varsha Gaikwad also clarified in a press conference that it is not possible for all the students to take the exam online considering some technical issues, saying that the health of the students should be the priority of the government and parents are afraid of taking the exam.
The question raised by the Mumbai High Court as well as the role of the Central Government in the examinations will be discussed with the Chief Minister in the next two days. The Education Minister has informed that a detailed analysis will be done on the examination issues in this discussion. He also said that the Chief Minister had given time for the meeting on Monday. So what exactly will happen to the 10th and 12th exams? It seems that the picture will soon become clear to the students and parents who are in this confusion.
The Mumbai High Court had slammed the state government's decision regarding the Class X exams. The Minister of Education has also presented his role on this. The current situation in the state is very different. Corona's condition is serious and difficult to examine in such a situation. The second and third waves are affecting children. So let's take the government's side before the court. "I am sure the court will consider the matter sympathetically," Varsha Gaikwad said. She also said that the decision regarding the exams will be taken keeping in view the interest of the students.