The Board of Secondary Education Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) has declared it will conduct the SSC, class 10 examinations in July. “We are planning to conduct the SSC examinations in July. The dates will be announced taking note of the lockdown restrictions,” said Education minister Adimulapu Suresh.
The candidates can appear in the examination with the old hall tickets. Although there will be options to download fresh admit card, once the examination dates are released.
The BSEAP has been asked to increase the exam centres, and the exams will be conducted maintaining the social distancing guidelines. Suresh added, “The students will be made to sit at least one metre away to ensure social distancing as coronavirus can spread through community and human transfer.”
The education minister further added that the government had taken the decision to conduct the AP 10th Exams in July in order to give students enough time to study.
A total of 6,39,022 students have applied to appear for the SSC, class 10 examinations. The exams which were scheduled to be held on March 23 was later postponed to March 31, but had to be cancelled due to covid-19 lockdown.
Source: The Indian ExpressNews, States