Mizoram new academic session will start from July 15

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AIZAWL: The Mizoram government on Wednesday decided to open the school for a new academic session on July 15, an official said. The official said that a meeting of concerned departments and stakeholders chaired by Education Minister Lalchandama Ralte unanimously agreed to open educational institutions under the Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) on July 15 and June 22 for Class 11 students. Opened the entry to.

In the meeting, it was agreed that a new school calendar to be effective from April 2020 to March 2021 would be prepared for the 2020-21 academic session.

It was informed at the meeting that the course is expected to be completed without skipping a lesson or chapter during the school calendar. However, the time allotted for a lesson may be reduced and exercise should be minimized.

The official said that for higher secondary students, a lesson plan will be separately chalked out as per the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) calendar, as students have to write NEET or JEE examinations.

According to the official, Ralte told the meeting that all the school buildings used for the quarantine facilities would be evacuated by July 15 and the students would be allowed to go to their respective schools.

The Minister also informed the meeting that his letters to the Union Human Resource Development (Human Resource Development) Minister and the Chief Executive Secretary and Secretary of Indian Council for School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) have fruits and as a result the Ministry of Human Resource Development issued an order The official said that students of class 10 and 12 are allowed to take the pending board examination under CBSE at the center of their choice.

“The CISCE will also set up an examination center at the Government Mizo High School in Aizawl,” the official said.

According to the minister, more than 100 students in Mizoram, who have returned from different parts of the state due to the nationwide lockout, are yet to complete examinations for the pending subjects under CBSE and CISCE.

He said that the class 12 board examinations under MBSE for the pending subjects will be resumed from 16 to 18 June and compartmental exams for class 10 will be on 16 June.

He also said that the compartment examination results of class 12 and class 10 need to be declared before July 15.

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