The minister said that they would not disturb the children and would conduct the examination as per schedule. “We have increased the number of examination centers in the examination halls to maintain social distance between students. We are taking all precautions to keep Kovid at bay. I don’t think there will be a problem.
Sushant Palai, a Class X student from Ganjam, said that some social media messages regarding board exams create confusion in his mind. “There should not be uncertainty in the exam as we are preparing for the exam. Thankfully the minister cleared the air with speculation.
The High School Certificate (HSC) or Matric Board Examination will start from 3 May and will run till 15 May. This year around 6.5 lakh students can appear in the board exams.
The Board of Secondary Education (BSE), which is conducting the exams, said that students would appear for HSC exams in their own schools instead of other schools as in previous years. It will be from other schools.
This time, the department has already reduced the curriculum to 30 percent. In addition, students will have to appear for the exam for 80 marks questions, while the evaluation will be done with a total of 100 marks. Students will answer 50 marks (objective type questions) in the OMR sheet, while they will answer another 30 marks (subjective type questions) in the question-cum-answer book.
The Plus II board theory exam conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) will start from 18 May and will run till 12 June. This year around 3.5 lakh students will write the exam. Sources said that the practical examination will start from April 29 and will run till May 8.
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