India is the worst affected country in Asia for coronavirus infection and death. The second wave hit the country as soon as the first wave of the Corona overtook it. In the meanwhile, the central and state governments of the country have fallen into a tailspin to cope with the second wave of corona vaccination. Now the number of victims is increasing day by day in the country.
In a single day on Monday, about three and a half lakh people were affected by corona in India. This is part of a growing trend of continuous attacks over the last 12 days. This is the highest number of attacks in a single day in the country. In such a context, it was decided in India on Monday night to give autopass without 10th class examination this year. At the same time, the country’s educational institutions have been instructed to start the process of admission of students in colleges in class XI.
The Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (CISCE) of India announced the decision in a notice issued on Monday night. The same notice said that a decision on when the ISC (Class XII) examination will be held will be taken in June. The notice said the ICSE (Class X) examination has been canceled. This decision has been taken in the wake of the second wave of corona infection in the country.
Earlier on Friday, the central government had decided to postpone ICSE and ISC exams in view of the rise in corona infection in the country. The board then said a decision on the new examination schedule would be taken in the first week of June. The decision was made after reviewing the Covid-19 situation.
Later in Monday night’s notice, the CISCE instructed its approved schools to immediately start the process of admitting 10th class students to Class XI. At the same time, it has been said in the notice that the teaching of class XI students has started online. It has also been said that the students will be taught according to the ISC syllabus.
Source: Anandabazar Patrika