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The COVID-19 crises has affected everyone at some point whether it is about the poor section or Nation’s Economy. This crises has led upon a mere downfall in everything and everyday life. The Education System is also affected the most as there are a few examination left to be conducted for class 12th and 10th students. Rest all other classes, students have been promoted to the next class.

DECISION REGARDING THE RESULT OF 10th and 12th STUDENTS: As decided by the Central Government, the only alternative to fight against the Coronavirus pandemic, the nation has been under the lockdown for many days. Because of the lockdown, many things were ceased at a point and one of them was the examination of class 10th and 12th students. Although there is just one or two examinations remaining, still, the result is always the aggregate of all the subjects. Therefore, their results are also stuck in the middle. Not knowing the fact that for how many days the nation would be in lockdown, the Delhi Government asks the centre to promote the students.  A meeting was held by the Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal. In the meeting, Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister said that students should be promoted on the basis of internal examinations. It is very difficult for the Central Board of Secondary Education ( CBSE ) to conduct the examination across the country. The promotion would be conducted in the same way as it was done for 9th and 11th students.

REDUCTION IN SYLLABUS: A further appeal is also made to the central government that the syllabus of the coming academic year should be reduced. They are also appealing to cut off some part of syllabus for the entrance exams of JEE, NEET and many other examinations for higher education institutions.

IT IS NOT ACCEPTABLE TO CHARGE ANY OTHER FEES: It is valid to take tuition fees by the school as they are conducting online classes for the students so that they would not have to compromise with their education. But, it is not acceptable to take transportation fees and any other charges during this lockdown period. Manish Sisodia said, ” Education and Economy are the worst affected by the COVID-19 crises. We are taking online classes and taking various steps to ensure education to the students.” He further said that strict action would be taken under the Epidemic act and Education act against the school authorities who will go against this decision by the Delhi Government.

~ Kanika Khatri

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