Educational institutions will not open now: Education Minister

Due to the corona epidemic, the students of class VI to X will pass the next class without examination this year. However, assessments will be made through weekly assignments to cut down on learning weaknesses. It was also informed at the press conference that no more exams or homework can be given at this time. However, students and parents have given mixed reactions to the new decision.

Due to Kovid-29, all the educational institutions of the country have been announced to be closed from March 16 this year. After 6 months, the announcement of suspension started coming for the examinations like Primary Education Completion, JSC-JDC, and HSC.

At an online press conference on Wednesday (October 21st), Education Minister Dipumani announced the postponement of the annual examinations at the secondary level.

however, students have to do assignments every week on the basis of a short syllabus of 30 working days prepared by the NCTB. Through this, the students will be evaluated. This syllabus will be given on the website of the Ministry of Education. Will also be delivered to the heads of the organization.

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Education Minister Dipumani said the syllabus has been given in such a way that it works even in the next class.

Although the new decision was a bit of a relief, some students were hesitant.

Meanwhile, the heads of the institutions said that the idea about the curriculum will be available only after receiving instructions from the ministry.

The education minister also said that the educational institution will not open unless the health risk in Corona is reduced.

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