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Big Decision Of Gujarat Government 丨13.5 Lakh Students Of Standard10 Of Gujarat To Be Promoted In Board Examination



Big Decision Of Gujarat Government 丨13.5 Lakh Students Of Standard10 Of Gujarat To Be Promoted In Board Examination


Relieve parent-student tension: Mass promotion to Std-10 students of Gujarat; Students pass Std. 1 to 8 due to 'No Fail' policy and now due to Corona in 9-10

Studying in schools affiliated to Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board. A decision has been taken in a core committee chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani to give mass promotions to about 8.60 lakh students due to the Corona epidemic. Surprisingly, the students who have been given mass promotions have studied in Std. 1 to 10 under the continuous comprehensive assessment scheme, so unit test type examinations are taken at their school level, not annual examinations. 

The state government has also clarified that, std. 10 has about 3.50 lakh student repeaters. Those students will not get the benefit of mass promotion. Whenever the condition of the corona eases, a special standard for them. 10 will be examined. Thus, there are a total of 11.65 lakh students in Std. 10 in the state.



The examination was to start from May 25.

State Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that, however, Std. 12 students will be examined. However, a final decision will be taken on May 15. Earlier, the state government had given std. It was decided to give mass promotion to students from 1st to 9th and 11th in the current academic year. Now Std. Only regular students of class 10 will also be given mass promotion. It is to be mentioned that, earlier the government had given Std. Decided to take 10th and 12th exams from 10th May to 25th May.

8.60 lakh will be passed and 7 lakh seats will be an admission problem.

Due to mass promotion, 8.60 lakh students will pass Std. 11 or will be eligible for admission to the next professional course. For these students Std. 11 has 5.50 lakh seats, while diploma and ITI has about 1.50 lakh seats. Thus a total of 7 lakh seats are available for admission. In this situation, 8.60 lakh will be passed, which will create an admission problem, sources said.

News Source : Divyabhaskar

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