State education minister opens up about examination plans

After the cancellation of the matric examinations by the CBSE board, let's hear what the state education minister has to say

The education minister of Assam, Ranoj Pegu, on June 5 addressed the media during a meeting.
During this meet, the minister highlighted their plans to organize the matriculation and higher secondary examination for the students of the SEBA board.
He revealed that the positivity rate of the state was somewhere revolving around 4%, and they will think of organizing the exams only when the positivity rates drop to 1% or the situation gets near to normal.
Pegu said that cancelling the examination like the CBSE has done is not a permanent solution in any way out as the marks of these examinations will always matter for the students.
He revealed that the positivity rate of the state was somewhere revolving around 4%, and they will think of organizing the exams only when the positivity rates drop to 1% or the situation gets near to normal.
These marks will be necessary if they wish to appear in exams like NATA, JEE or TET in future. Instead, the marks they will be scoring in the upcoming exams will have a prominent role to play in their careers.
The SEBA logo
Image: The SEBA logo
During the meeting, he repeatedly urged the students to stay prepared for the exams and said that they undoubtedly had a time of another month in their hand.
The exams will be organized in a new module, and specific guidelines, and SOPs, will be produced prior to the exams.
He urged for the co-operation of all the people that a meeting will be held with all the stakeholders, education board and the government after the arrival of the chief minister from Delhi.
The people will be kept updated with every latest decision.



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