ABVP asked the center to consider the safety of the candidates before conducting the class XII examination.

ABVP asked the center to consider the safety of the candidates before conducting the class XII examination.

New Delhi: The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad in its memorandum to the Union Minister of Education has asked the Central Government to consider the safety and future of student-candidates before conducting the pending class XII examination due to COVID-19 epidemic.

“In view of the prevailing situation, new ways of conducting pending exams such as open book examination, remote examination using registered posts, examination of major subjects can be conducted to conduct the examination with physical disturbances in the upcoming July-August. . Many state governments are already adopting similar constructive approaches, “the memorandum states.

The student group suggested that since “there has been a steady decline in the number of new COVID-19 cases,” the examinations pending in the months of July-August may be conducted in a relatively short period of time.

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ABVP in its memorandum of suggestion recommends assessment of final year students of various colleges and universities based on short syllabus, number of centers to conduct one-day entrance examination for admission to reputed colleges and universities in months Has increased. July August.

ABVP National General Secretary Nidhi Tripathi said, “The assessment of the students of class XII becomes important in the light of the fact that admissions to various undergraduate programs are based on the Senior Secondary Merit List. The Central Government as well as the State Governments should also take judicial decisions keeping in view the safety, health and educational prospects of the students so that the students do not face problems in future.

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