Chandigarh, June 1
The Haryana Authorities has determined to cancel the Class XII exams performed by the state board, Training Minister Kanwar Pal stated on Tuesday.
The choice got here shortly after the Central Authorities introduced cancelling of CBSE Class XII board exams amid the Covid pandemic. “We now have additionally determined to cancel Class XII board exams within the state which had been to be performed by the Haryana Board of Faculty Training,” Pal stated over telephone. “We’re going with the choice taken by the Centre and have determined to cancel the board exams,” he stated.
The state board will take steps to compile the outcomes of Class XII college students and modalities for this can be labored out quickly, he added. The choice to cancel the CBSE exams was taken at a high-level assembly chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“The Centre has determined to cancel the Class XII CBSE Board Exams. After intensive consultations, we’ve got taken a call that’s student-friendly, one which safeguards the well being in addition to way forward for our youth,” the Prime Minister tweeted after the assembly. Earlier on April 15, the Haryana Authorities had cancelled the Class X board exams which had been to be performed by the state board. — PTI