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6/3/21

पश्चिम-बंगाल Government formed committee of experts for 10th and 12th board examinations in Bengal

Government formed committee of experts for 10th and 12th board examinations in Bengal
By Prabhat Khabar Digital
 



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Kolkata: The government has constituted a committee of experts to take a final decision on the 10th and 12th board examinations in West Bengal. The panel of experts will examine how to conduct the exam and evaluate the answer sheets during the current situation.



In the midst of the Corona epidemic, the press conference to be held on Wednesday to announce the schedule of 10th and 12th board examinations was canceled. No reason was given for this. West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) President Kalyanmoy Ganguly said, "Yes, the press conference to announce the schedule (of the exam) has been cancelled. We cannot say anything more at this time. we will discuss.

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WBBSE conducts the Secondary (Class 10th) examination, which is to be held in the second week of August as per the announcement made by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee last week. West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education President Mahua Das did not pick up the call. The Higher Secondary (12th class) examination is conducted by the council, which is to be held in the last week of July.






An official of the School Education Department said that a committee of experts has been formed to examine how to conduct the examination and evaluate the answer sheets during the current situation. The committee includes representatives of WBBE, Council and West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights along with academicians, teachers and health experts.

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Committee will give report in three days


The official said the committee has been given three days to look into the measures taken by other boards to conduct the examination, take feedback from students and teachers and give its recommendations.





Parimal Bhattacharya, head teacher of Jadavpur Vidyapeeth, a school in south Kolkata, said the students and their parents are extremely upset. They cannot stay in such uncertainty for long. We hope that the committee will take such a decision, which will be acceptable to all.


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CBSE has canceled 10th, 12th board exams


Earlier it was being said that the examinations of both the classes would be conducted at the home center (ie in the same school where the student studies) and it would be of compulsory subjects only and the time would also be of 90 minutes. This year 12 lakh students have to give 10th and 8.5 lakh students have to give 12th examination. It is worth noting that CBSE has recently canceled the 12th class board exams due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.

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