Govt Tells College students To Be Prepared For Board Exams | Bhubaneswar Information


BHUBANESWAR: The state authorities on Monday instructed college students of lessons X and XII to be ready for board exams amid a drop in every day Covid-19 instances.
“With the Covid state of affairs enhancing, there are excessive possibilities that exams shall be held on the scheduled date,” stated faculty and mass training minister Samir Ranjan Sprint.
“The federal government needs the scholars to seem for offline examinations. We’re keenly observing the state of affairs and analysing the nationwide state of affairs as effectively. If any particular state of affairs arises within the nation in addition to the state, so far as Covid-19 is anxious, the federal government will take a name accordingly. However given the current state of affairs, there may be each chance for the conduct of the examinations. So, the scholars ought to be prepared for the board exams,” stated Sprint.
Within the wake of rising Covid-19 instances triggered by the Omicron variant, the state authorities introduced closure of offline lessons in colleges from January 5.
Nonetheless, the state authorities efficiently performed summative examination-1 in offline mode amid the Omicron risk and greater than 5 lakh college students appeared for the examination in almost 3,300 centres throughout Odisha.
The state authorities will guarantee compliance of security pointers to conduct the examinations in offline mode, Sprint added.
“We’re additionally eager to conduct the board examination in offline mode. However with lecture rooms shut once more it’s a bit troublesome for us to revise the chapters in on-line mode,” stated Alka Pradhan, a category X scholar.


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