Madhya Pradesh13 hours ago
After the cancellation of CBSE 12th examination by the central government, now the 12th board examination has been canceled in Madhya Pradesh. The decision was taken on Wednesday after the meeting of Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that it is not appropriate to put mental burden of examination on children. He has said that a group of ministers has been constituted to decide whether the result will be made on the basis of internal evaluation or if there is any other way. They will give the report after taking opinion from the experts.
MP Board 10th exam was already canceled in Madhya Pradesh. The Madhya Pradesh Board has also canceled the examination by meeting on the second day after the Center canceled the CBSE 12th examination.
The government had made this preparation, everything was in vain
Earlier it was decided that the examination will be conducted only if there is a normal situation. There will be a meeting after June 5 regarding the 12th examination, in which the corona infection will be reviewed. The exam will be announced 20 days in advance to give the students a chance to prepare so that there is no panic. All the papers will be done within the time period of 15 days only, that is, they will not drag for long. It will take around 80 days to conduct the examinations and declare the results. Nothing like this will happen now.
Shivraj government agreed to conduct the first examination
The central government had sought opinion on two options for the 12th board examination. For this the Center was given two options. first– Take examination of main subjects. This paper will be of 3 hours. The result should be declared on the basis of marks obtained in these subjects and marks obtained in the remaining subjects in six months examination. Second-
School operators objected, said – if election rallies can be held then why not exams
Bhopal’s Pragya Vidyalaya Higher Secondary School Director Narendra Rathore said that if students move ahead without examinations, then their career will be blotted out. The government should have conducted the exam. At the time of the gas tragedy, a similar situation had arisen in Bhopal in 1984 as well, thousands have suffered for that general promotion. Why couldn’t the exam be held when everything is being unlocked? The government had already made up its mind not to conduct the examinations.
Amrish Singh Sikarwar, the director of St John’s Hasse School in Khandwa, said that the state is not satisfied with the decision taken by the government. The cancellation of examinations is playing with the future of the children. This is the turning point of life. On the basis of 12th result, there are entrance exams for admission in big colleges. In view of the infection, the government is citing the health of children, so our question is that when the Election Commission can conduct elections, political parties can hold big rallies, then why not exams. Short exams could be taken in June-July.
Total recall from school to exam
In November 2020, the school from 9th to 12th was conditionally opened. Students were allowed to come to school for one or two days in a week with the approval of the parents. In view of the increasing cases of corona in March, they had to be closed after taking a sudden decision. Regarding the opening of schools from class I to VIII, the Education Minister had ordered on March 10, 2021 that schools would be opened from April 1, 2021. On June 2, it was decided to cancel the 12th examination of the MP Board.