The ministry said, “This patient-centric measure aims to ensure prompt, effective and comprehensive treatment of patients suffering from Covid-19”. CBSE Board Exam 2021: "The CBSE may follow the assessment plan of class 10, 'but it's too early to say", said CBSE official.
LATEST NEWS: The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare revised the national policy for the patients for the admission to various categories of covid facilities on Saturday. The ministry said, “This patient-centric measure aims to ensure prompt, effective and comprehensive treatment of patients suffering from Covid-19”. As per the updated policy, there will be no such requirements of positive test now mandatory for Covid patients to get Covid health facility. The only essential thing you must know is, “A suspect case must be admitted to the suspect ward of Covid Care Center (CCC), Dedicated Covid Health Centre (DCHC) or Dedicated Covid Hospital (DHC) as the case may be”. READ FULL DETAILS HERE…
Board Exams News: The corona cases are rising so drastically, and due to this the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may postpone the class 12 board exam 2021. speaking to a leading portal clarified that the board will take a final call on postponing and conducting the class 12 exams after reviewing the coronavirus situation in June, a CBSE official says. Meanwhile, he indicated that if the situation worsens, the CBSE may follow the assessment plan of class 10, ‘but it’s too early to say’.
“If the exams could not be conducted in July, then we can not further delay conducting the exam. As the entire exam process takes more than a month including evaluation of copies and result declaration. If suppose the result be declared by the end of August, how will the students take admission in varsities, higher education institutions” he added.
On the other side, many experts suggested to make an alternate option for Board Exams. Assessment strategy is a better way to deal with the current scenario. “Many students have lost a family member to the pandemic – they are young 17 or 18-year-olds and already worried about life, tackling grief and uncertainty. With all that is happening, the government must consider cancelling the exams and finding an alternative assessment plan like they have done for class 10″, a retired teacher advised.
Earlier, the Board had postponed the Class 12th board exam which was earlier scheduled to be conducted in March but now, the Education Ministry had said that a decision regarding the new time table or date sheet will be taken on June 1.