Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wendesday (Might 20) confirmed that Kerala SSLC, plus two exams will likely be performed as per earlier schedule.
Addressing a press convention, CM Vijayan clarified that the dates would stay unchanged and the exams could be performed as per the schedule determined final week. He added that the remaining SSLC, larger secondary and vocational larger secondary examinations will likely be held in Kerala from Might 26-30, 2020.
There have been reviews that Kerala authorities has determined to postpone the exams put up a cupboard assembly which was additionally attended by schooling minister. As per the Kerala CM, the Centre has granted permission to the state to conduct their exams as per the schedule determined. “There have been some points in conducting exams as there was a delay in getting the Central authorities’s approval. Now we’ve acquired it,” he stated. So there wouldn’t be any change within the examination dates now.
“We’ll organize all precautions and transport services for college kids to attend the exams. All college students will get the chance to put in writing exams. Neither college students nor dad and mom want to fret. College students will likely be allowed to enter examination halls after utilizing sanitisers and sporting masks. Seating preparations will likely be achieved holding social distancing,” he added.
In the meantime, the overall schooling division of the state has additionally opened a centre correction window for the scholars who’re stranded in districts aside from their examination centres because of the coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown. It’s learnt that the federal government has allowed the scholars to use for the change within the centres and they are going to be supplied with centres nearer to their locations. The scholars can test their time tables at dhsekerala.gov.in.