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MP, several other states too cancel Class 12 exams

Bhopal, June 2 (MNN) A day after the Indian government decided to cancel the Class 12 CBSE exams, the governments in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, and Uttarakhand on Wednesday also followed suit.

“Class 12 state board exams will not be held this year. The lives of children are precious for us. We can later on be anxious about careers. It is not right to put mental strain on children at a time when the whole country and our state is facing the danger of coronavirus,” Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan  said.

He said a group of Ministers has been set up to decide how the Class 12 results will be calculated.

“They will talk to the experts to decide on the system to arrive at the results. Those children who wish to get better results or for improvement will get the chance,” he added.

Maharashtra, Gujarat and Uttarakhand too have cancelled their Class 12 state board exams while Goa was likely to take a decision by this evening. Tamil Nadu was likely to take a decision in a day or two.

The Maharashtra Council of Ministers met in the evening to take a decision on the matter.

The West Bengal government set up an expert committee that will submit a report within 72 hours on whether to cancel the board exams for Class 10 and 12 or not.

 

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