West Bengal Higher secondary exam which was supposed to be conducted on 2nd, 6th and 8th July has been cancelled, next date will be announced later, State Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said. (To be continued)
With the number of Coronavirus cases increasing in every state by leaps and bounds, the West Bengal government has cancelled the board examination of Class XII students. The announcement was made by the state Education Minister Partha Chaterjee, ANI reported. The intermediate board exams were supposed to be conducted in the month of July on 2nd, 6th and 8th in the state.
West Bengal Higher secondary exam which were supposed to be conducted in the next month have been cancelled, Chaterjee told ANI. He also said that the next date will be notified by the government later. The board examination process of students had already been delayed due to the outbreak of Coronavirus in the month of March and subsequent lockdown imposed by the central government across the country. After dithering for more than 2 months, the state education boards had announced the new dates for the conduct of the exams in May only. However, with the recent announcement of the cancellation of the exams, the future of the students who appaeres in the board exams appears bleak.