The cancellation of Board Examination 2022 is being extensively demanded by the scholars and varied campaigns are being launched on Twitter relating to this. Now, the scholars are searching for assist from Congress MP Shashi Tharoor and requesting him to boost his voice towards the offline conduct of board exams. To this Shashi Tharoor replied on Twitter, “I sympathize with the issue however what’s the resolution? If the examination just isn’t carried out, is not going to a yr of scholars be wasted?”
College students throughout the nation are demanding to cancel the upcoming CBSE, CISCE, NIOS Board Examination 2022. The scholars say that they don’t seem to be prepared for the board examination because the courses had been carried out in on-line mode and the examination is being carried out in offline mode. Shashi Tharoor responded to the plight of the scholars on Twitter and mentioned that if the board exams are cancelled, the scholars will lose one other yr.
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A petition searching for cancellation of the Board Examination 2022 was additionally filed within the Supreme Courtroom, however the apex courtroom dismissed the petition saying that the authorities ought to resolve on the conduct of the examination.
Board exams have began in varied states and analysis of copies has additionally began in boards like Madhya Pradesh and Bihar Board. In view of this, it may be mentioned that the board examinations is not going to be canceled and on the similar time the Supreme Courtroom has additionally dismissed the petition searching for cancellation of the examination.
Nationwide boards like CBSE have notified to start out the board exams from April 26 and equally the CICSE board has additionally launched the date sheet for sophistication 10, 12 and the examination will begin from April 25, 2022. Many state boards like JKBOSE, Maharashtra Board will begin their class. Board exams of tenth, twelfth from March itself.