AP: 10th exams after teacher vaccination: Postponement of exams with High Court instructions
10th exams were postponed in the wake of the state high court instructions. The High Court has directed that all teachers should be tested after vaccination. With this, the government decided to postpone the tenth class public examinations in the state.
Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy held a review meeting with school education department officials on Thursday.
On this occasion, the issue of tenth class examinations was discussed and the CM directed to postpone them in the light of corona conditions.
After the meeting, Minister Suresh told the media that in the wake of the corona boom, the tenth class public examinations scheduled to be held from June 7 have been postponed as per the Chief Minister’s directives in view of the health security of students and teachers.
The decision on theexams will be made in July depending on the corona conditions. The schedule will be released after that. He said there were situations where students could not come to schools due to the corona epidemic.
It was in this context that the schools were declared closed and the examinations of classes 1–9 were canceled.
Although the tenth class exams were earlier scheduled to be held from June 7, they were postponed as the corona conditions were not yet fully resolved. He said that Inter and Tent examinations are very necessary for the higher studies of the students.
The majority of teacher unions and intellectuals have demanded that the exams not be canceled. Teachers and parents of students need not worry about the postponement of exams.
Tenth graders are told there will be classes online
Teachers have made it clear that they do not need to come to schools in the wake of the postponement of exams.
On this occasion he expressed his condolences to the teachers who died with Corona.