Mamta Banerjee government took big decision on West Bengal Board’s 10th, 12th examination. Mamta Banerjee of West Bengal has decided not to hold the 10th and 12th board exams for this session in the year 2021. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee told about the decision on Wednesday.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, the state education department has decided that the final examinations (2021) of the students currently studying in class 10th and 12th will not be final examinations. They will be allowed to pass.
Mamta Banerjee government took big decision
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, “Due to the current state of COVID epidemic in West Bengal, the state education department has decided that there will be no pre-final tests for students currently studying in 10th and 12th standard.” Explain that the government of West Bengal, which is suffering from the infection of Corona virus infection, is the first government to take a decision not to conduct board examination for this session.
The West Bengal government’s move comes amid speculation that the Central Board of Secondary (CBSE) may change the schedule of class 10th and 12th examinations in 2021 due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Earlier, the CBSE had postponed the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) due to the epidemic and the CTET exam will now be held on January 31, 2021.
On Tuesday, 4,415 COVID-19 patients in West Bengal recovered in a day. As of 10 November, the total number of people recovering in the state is 3,72,265. After the death of 53 more people, the number reached 7,403. Here the discharge rate is now 90.11 percent.