TN Class 12 Exam news Tamil Nadu cancels Class 12
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CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu chief minister M K Stalin on Saturday evening introduced cancellation of Class XII state board exams in view of the Covid-19 second wave within the state.
The state authorities held discussions with dad and mom, lecturers, educationists, well being consultants and political events up to now three days on conducting the exams.
“Though there were mixed opinion on conducting the board exams, all of them wanted to ensure the safety of the children. Covid-19 second wave is still raging in the state and health experts also predicted a third wave. However, the state government cannot vaccinate Class XII students as they are aged below 18 years,” Stalin stated in an announcement.
He stated the state authorities was nonetheless agency on its coverage of conducting Class XII admissions primarily based on Class XII examination marks. “However, doctors say postponing the exam further will affect the students psychologically. Based on the medical advice and other recommendations, the state government is cancelling Class XII state board exams,” he stated.
The state authorities has shaped a committee headed by college training secretary Kakarla Usha to determine the modalities to award marks for admissions into larger academic establishments. Based on the committee’s report, the marks can be awarded and admissions can be primarily based on these marks, Stalin stated.
He stated whereas the state authorities has cancelled the board exams in view of pandemic, it will not be possible to conduct all-India degree entrance exams like NEET. “I have written a letter to the PM to cancel all entrance exams. Though the exams are cancelled in view of students health, we will ensure that admissions to higher educational institutions are not affected,” Stalin stated.


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