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Printed: Might 12, 2020 10:52:51 am
The analysis technique of the annual class 10 papers shall be carried out from Wednesday, Might 20. “Over 5 crore (5,14,18,000) papers shall be evaluated at round 60 centres throughout the state. To finish the analysis course of on time, the board has appointed 6,000 further evaluators. The method will observe all of the precautions associated to COVID-19,” State Schooling Minister Samir Ranjan Sprint instructed indianexpress.com.
Initially, 17,000 academics joined the analysis course of within the state that began inside two weeks from the completion of examination on March 18, however the course of was stalled as a result of lockdown.
The analysis course of is more likely to be accomplished by June, and can take a month time for the publish analysis work. The outcomes of the matric examination shall be declared by mid-July, the Schooling Minister stated.
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In the meantime, the plus 2 exams within the state was cancelled from March 23 as a result of lockdown. The state authorities is planning to conduct the remaining plus-II papers in June, if the lockdown restriction eases. “The dialogue is on and we are going to announce the dates of the examinations being attentive to the scenario. The centres shall be elevated, and all the required pointers on social distancing shall be adopted,” the training minister stated.
The category 12 examination is left with some main papers — economics, statistics, geography and biology. “The analysis technique of the plus two examination will begin after the completion of the examinations. The consequence declaration will be pushed until July-end or August,” the minister knowledgeable.
Over 3.43 lakh had utilized to seem for the plus two examinations, which incorporates 2,18,800 candidates in Arts, Science- 98,536, and Commerce- 25,770.
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