Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar Wednesday mentioned that the state authorities has not taken any decision on cancelling or postponing the SSLC examination.
“The state has not decided anything in respect to cancellation of SSLC exams. A suitable decision will be made in future considering all parameters,” he mentioned.
The state has not determined something in respect of cancellation of SSLC exams on the strains of the decision of CBSE. Suitable decision will probably be made in future contemplating all parameters: #Karnataka Education Minister @nimmasuresh. @IndianExpress @ieeducation_job
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The assertion by the minister comes amid speculations that extra states in India will postpone or cancel board examinations just like the decision taken by the CBSE.
Just earlier than Kumar’s clarification, CBSE had announced that exams for Class 10 have been cancelled and people for Class 12 have been postponed in view of the surge in Covid-19 circumstances.
As per the timetable released by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) earlier, SSLC exams for the educational yr 2020-21 within the state are scheduled to start on June 21.
Meanwhile, Deputy Chief Minister C N Ashwathnarayan had not too long ago confirmed that holding online exams is not a viable option within the state. “It would not be possible to conduct online exams in the present system. Examinations will be conducted in offline mode as conducting them online is not possible in the government setup. Only a few deemed universities may be able to conduct exams online,” he had mentioned earlier this week.
Dr V P Niranjanaradhya, a famend improvement educationist, opined that every one states ought to cancel board examinations within the present scenario in a bid to advertise non-discrimination.
“If a particular board decides to cancel its board exams and follow some objective norms to pass children, then the children of other boards alone are forced to bear the brunt of board exams. This is discriminatory and is a violation of the constitutional core principle of non-discrimination,” he advised Indianexpress.com.
He remarked, In this example, it’s advisable to cancel all varieties of board exams and promote youngsters by following some common customary standards relevant to all.”
As many as 13,008 folks have succumbed to Covid-19 in Karnataka up to now, of which 677 have been linked to the pandemic in the last 45 days. Meanwhile, over 1.32 lakh circumstances have been reported within the state since March 1, 2021.