As Goa stays coronavirus-free, the state authorities has given permission for holding exams for pending papers of Class 12 and for all topics of Class 10 later this month when the present part of lockdown ends.
The Goa Board of Secondary and Larger Secondary Training mentioned on Wednesday that these exams, stalled as a result of COVID-19 outbreak, will probably be held from Might 20 onwards.
Board chairman Ramakrishna Samant mentioned that HSSC (Class 12) examinations will probably be held from Might 20 to Might 22 (for 2 pending papers), whereas the SSC (Class 10) exams for all papers will probably be held from Might 21 onwards.
An in depth schedule will probably be launched quickly, he mentioned. The board introduced the dates after getting a go-ahead from the state authorities.
Earlier this week, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant had mentioned HSSC and SSC examinations can be held after the third part of the coronavirus-enforced lockdown ends on Might 17.
These board-conducted annual examinations are normally held in March-April.
The coastal state, which has no lively coronavirus case at the moment, falls below the inexperienced zone.