HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank in a meeting with BBC said that Educational Institutes, Schools, and Colleges will revive after the COVID-19 lockdown just in the long stretch of August 2020. CBSE, State Board Results to be reported at the latest August 2020, affirms Education Minister.
Since the third week of March 2020, all education establishments, including schools and higher education organizations, for example, colleges and colleges, have been shut because of the episode of COVID-19. Indicating their conceivable reviving, HRD Minister in a media meet affirmed that educational foundations will revive just in August, after the danger of infection limits.
33 Crore Students Waiting for Reopening of Schools, Colleges
As per the information accessible at present, around 33 crore students from the whole way across India have been influenced because of the closure of educational organizations in the nation. Since the conclusion of schools and colleges in March, students have been left with no away from about the reviving of schools.
Many phony reports and theoretical news have alluded to reviving of schools and higher education establishments in July. Students and guardians, who are worried about the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the nation, have brought up criticism against it, referring to the danger of coronavirus infection. In any case, the statement by HRD Minister affirming reviving of educational organizations in August 2020 has tended to their interests.
Board Results by 15th August 2020
As indicated by the meeting of HRD Minister, all stakeholders, particularly state boards and CBSE and CISCE Boards, have been approached to finish all the pending board tests and announce their results in the long stretch of July. The statement of Board Exam results will clear the initial move towards the affirmation procedure for the next scholarly year.
“We are attempting to get pronounced all the results from the assessments this meeting by August 15. This implies those tests which have just occurred previously and those which are occurring now,” HRD Minister told BBC.
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