The Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to instruct relevant apex bodies to cancel final year/semester examinations of professional courses due to the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) helpline has been flooded with calls from parents and students demanding that the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination be put off for the time being due to the rise in the number of Covid-19 cases in the state.
The education ministry is likely to take key decisions on grading system of board exams on Monday, June 22. According to sources, the ministry will come out with uniform decision for the entire country and the decision will include all exams including board exams and entrance examinations.
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While the Supreme Court (SC) has asked CBSE to consider cancelling its pending exams and allot scores on the basis of their internal assessment, it has cleared the state for conducting the SSLC exams fron June 25 in Karnataka.
A majority of parents are unwilling to send children to schools this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak which has affected admissions in pre-primary schools across Bangalore. Only a handful of enrolments have been registered so far.
The Supreme Court of India told CBSE to consider scrapping of remaining board exams of class 10th and 12th and allot marks on the basis of internal assessment. A 3-judge bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar asked CBSE to take instructions and inform by Tuesday.
The Supreme Court has asked the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to come up with a final decision about conducting class 10 and 12 exams by June 23 while hearing a plea by parents.
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The Karnataka government has issued a formal order stating its earlier announcement about banning online live learning for primary class students, up to class 5. It directs all schools across boards to stop online classes from kindergarten to class 5.
The official date for Telangana intermediate result 2020 will be announced by the TSBIE – Telangana Intermediate Board today, that is, June 17. The Telangana board will announce the date and time for the declaration of both the Telangana intermediate 1st year and 2nd year examinations.
Maharashtra schools to reopen for classes for standards 9, 10 in schools located in non-red zone areas and junior college for class 12 from July 1, the state government said on Monday. The school will reopen for classes 6 to 8 from August.
The CISCE has notified that students all across India and abroad can now choose not to appear for the pending ICSE or the ISC board exams and instead get evaluated on the basis of their internal assessment marks
CBSE will conduct the pending board exams 2020 from July 1 to July 15 which was postponed due to the nationwide lockdown imposed s a result of Covid-19. As per IANS
An overwhelming majority of parents have been raising concerns over Karnataka government banning online classes for kindergarten and primary class students. They believe live online classes should be continued but with flexibility
The Karnataka Education Department has formed a committee for handling fake news reports and misinformation regarding the spread of SSLC exam 2020. The government may take action against such miscreants by lodging criminal complains against them.
Since most students of Kerala don’t have access to the internet and are unable to get proper education, the State Education Department has started online sessions named ‘First Bell’.
EducationWorld spoke to a few principals of CBSE and CISCE affiliated schools across the country to find out if they think the board exams should be conducted as per the revised schedule or be cancelled.
mid the coronavirus outbreak, the Ministry of Human Resources Development is seeking opinion on reduction of syllabus. People who are interested can give their opinion and recommendations using the hashtag #SyllabusForStudents2020.
The HRD ministry began consultation on Monday with states and other stakeholders on reopening of schools which have been closed since March due to Covid-19 pandemic. In the meeting, chaired by Secretary School Education, Anita Karwal
During an official meeting convened by the chief minister of Telangana K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday, Rao decided to cancel the rescheduled Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams.
Earlier, there were reports suggesting that schools and colleges will reopen in July with 30 percent attendance for students of class 8 and above and younger kids continuing with online classes at home.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a notification providing complete details on how students can change their exam centres for the pending board exams, eligibility criteria, the process to be followed, guidelines and the deadlines.
The Karnataka government is considering reopening of schools from July 1 for the new academic year 2020-2021 following a meeting with the department officials. But the dates will be finalised after consulting all the stakeholders including parents.
A group called Parents Association has recently started an online petition on change.org addressing the MHRD stating that reopening schools in July will be the worst decision by the government.
The Union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that the schools might reopen after the class 10 and 12 board examinations. He said it would however depend on the ground situation at the time.
Union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has announced that the students can appear for their CBSE board examinations from their current location. On a video, the minister said, “Since students have left their schools and hostels
Earlier, the Karnataka government decided to conduct Karnataka SSLC Exams 2020 in June. The decision has been opposed by a group of experts who asked the government to cancel the exams and promote all the students.
With the Covid-19 pandemic and national lockdown forcing the mass closure of education institutions, several state governments have issued circulars directing private school managements not collect tuition fees “until further orders”