Published: May 19, 2020 11:59:19 am
Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan upon Monday raised concerns over the performing of pending CBSE exams. Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank yesterday released the schedule for that CBSE class 10 and 12 board exams, which will be held from July 1.
In his twitter update addressed to the HRD Minister, Severe Vardhan wrote, “I request HRD Ministry to ensure proper cleanliness and hygiene protocol at the exam centres.” He furthermore added, “I convey my best wishes to students and hope for a bright future for them.”
इसके साथ ही नॉर्थ-ईस्ट दिल्ली में एक जुलाई से 15 जुलाई तक #CBSE 10वीं की परीक्षा होगी। इस परीक्षा को भी #COVID19 के कारण बीच में ही टाल दिया गया था।
परीक्षा में सम्मिलित होने जा रहे सभी परीक्षार्थियों को मेरी शुभकामनाएं। मैं आप सभी के उज्जवल भविष्य की कामना करता हूं।@cbseindia29 pic.twitter.com/6V6yBQFulf
— Dr Severe Vardhan (@drharshvardhan) May 18, 2020
Replying in order to his concerns, the HRD Ressortchef (umgangssprachlich) tweeted from his personal manage and said: “We have issued guidelines to the CBSE in this direction.” He additional, “The guidelines issued by the Health Ministry will be followed at every cost.”
What are these suggestions?
While the exact detailed guidelines have not been made public yet however in a first, the CBSE also discussed the particular health of students while issuing the date sheet. The new rules consist of:
Masks are a must: The board has made wearing associated with masks mandatory for students plus invigilators during the exam, especially all those candidates who have a cough.
Sanitiser: Earlier, candidates can only bring a transparent drinking water bottle and stationery to the examination halls. However, now the table has asked the students to create their own sanitisers. Further, it was previously reported that sanitisers and face masks would also be provided in the examination centres, washrooms, etc, to ensure correct hygiene.
Social distancing: The board had previously informed that candidates would be designed to sit farther than usual to make sure social distancing. This could mean a lot more rooms being used to conduct examinations. The exam centre related information will be clearer once the admit credit cards are released.
Health from the child: The date linen also mentions that parents need to ensure that their child is not sick or even undergoing any illness before delivering them to the exam halls. Many state boards have added the particular step of frisking candidates by utilizing thermal checking before entering the particular exam hall to ensure no kid is showing symptoms.
Meanwhile, parents have also raised objection in order to conduct the board exams among the global pandemic. Parents’ associations have called it dangerous as many reviews suggest that July could see the maximum in coronavirus cases in Indian. “We condemn this move, the government and the CBSE will be held accountable if any kind of child is infected. They are jeopardizing the lives associated with lakhs of students from across India,” they have told The Indian Express.
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