The Education Minister said that Class 10 and 12 examinations conducted by the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) will be held in March-April 2021.
Meghalaya Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui on Wednesday said the state educational committee has chosen not to hold choice tests for understudies booked to compose class 10 and 12 assessments one year from now in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pastor said the Class 10 and 12 assessments led by the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) will be held in March-April one year from now.
The exclusion from the determination test was done as a one-time exemption for guarantee the wellbeing and soundness of the apparent multitude of partners taking into account the predominant COVID-19 pandemic circumstance, he said.
“The Secondary School Leaving Certificate and the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate assessments will be held in March-April, one year from now. The dates of the assessment will be finished by Meghalaya Board of School Education, the Minister told PTI.
Rymbui said that a notice in this respects has likewise been given.
He said the state government has likewise chosen to get rid of the choice tests for both the assessment and schools are coordinated not to direct any determination test at their levels for the understudies.
As per the clergyman, a one-time exception was likewise given to all applicants who are happy to show up in SSLC and HSSLC assessment 2021, however had fizzled in choice tests directed in the year 2019 will be permitted to show up in the impending last SSLC and HSSLC assessment to be held in March-April, 2021.