Tribune Information Service
Sangrur, September 12
At a time when risk of third wave of Covid looms giant, the training division’s determination to conduct offline exams for varsity college students has left mother and father anxious. A lot of them are unwilling to ship their youngsters to colleges and have already conveyed it to the authorities.
“As per stories, the third wave is imminent and we don’t possess required amenities and infrastructure to cope with it. However, college authorities are compelling us to ship our youngsters for offline exams. I cannot ship my son at any value,” stated the daddy of a neighborhood scholar.
As per directions, exams for Class VI to XII will start from September 13. The timing for Class VI, VII, IX and XI college students will likely be from 12 midday to 2 pm, and that for Class VIII and X will likely be from 9 am to 10 am (11 am for some papers). Moreover, the exams for Class XII college students will likely be performed from 9 am to 11 am. Exams for Class III college students will likely be held from 9 am to 10 am, for Class IV from 12 midday to 1 pm and for Class V from 10.30 am to 11.30 am.
The query papers for Courses VI to XII have been ready by the top workplace and these will attain the college heads by the District Training Officers (DEOs). The exams will embody questions pertaining to syllabus coated between April and August.
“We now have made all required preparations for offline exams. There received’t be any on-line exams. Our officers will be certain that Covid tips are applied at examination centres,” stated Sangrur DEO (secondary training) Malkiat Singh.
“Strict enforcement of Covid norms will likely be ensured in colleges through the exams. We now have directed all lecturers to make sure correct sanitisation at colleges,” stated Sangrur DEO (major training) Dharmpal Singla.