Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Wednesday said that a major announcement will be made evening with respect to the students who are at present not in a similar region as their board examination centre.
The HRD Minister took to Twitter and said, “Students who are currently not in the same district as their board examination centre, we have a major announcement coming their way this evening.
Students who are currently not in the same district as their board examination centre, we have a major announcement coming their way this evening.
Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/QtuDNsRiK0
— Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) May 27, 2020
HRD Ministry to Reveal an Announcement Today Regarding Board exams
It might be reviewed that the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE would direct the CBSE 10th 12th Board Exams 2020 in the month of July. It is critical to take note of that prior HRD Minister had affirmed that the rest of the board exams would be led in the own schools of the students.
The Union HRD Minister is likewise set to address the heads of walloping 45,000 Higher Education Institutions on Thursday (May 28) at 3 pm, at an online course sorted out by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
During the online class, the HRD minister will be talking on the theme – Turn difficulties into circumstances: COVID-19 pandemic and measures to battle by Higher Education organizations of India.
“Interacting LIVE with 45,000 HEIs on May 28 at 3 PM via a webinar (organised by @NAAC_India). I will be talking about turning the challenges of #COVID19 pandemic into opportunities. Feel free to share your suggestion/query with me on @DrRPNishank (my handle) or @HRDMinistry,” the HRD minister had tweeted.
“At a time when a pandemic like Corona is causing distress to many in the world. We need to look for solutions to fight this crisis,” he said in a video.
The minister had recently led online classes during the lockdown to address the concerned faced by the parents of students. Many acaemic activities including examinations, assesments and regular classes were delayed or suspended, inferable from the lockdown. While a lot of institutions have pushed for online classes, teachers’ and student’ bodies everywhere throughout the nation have raised their voices against them.
The Human Resource Development Minister likewise declared that Rs. 4371.90 Crore has been endorsed as revised cost of Six National Institutes of Technology, which remember four foundations for North East India and one each in Delhi and Puducherry.
“Keeping in view the problem of the candidates who have shifted to other districts than the district of their examination centre, the CBSE has decided to shift their examination centres to their present districts. A notification will be issued by the CBSE in this regard in June. Such candidates are informed that they should remain in touch with their schools,” CBSE secretary Anurag Tripathi said in a statement.