What is the biggest decision of the government regarding new curriculum in Gujarat from June 7?
Gandhinagar: A cabinet meeting was held today under the chairmanship of Prime Minister V Rupani. At this meeting, it was decided to cancel the 12th standard board examination. In addition, the Rupani regional government has taken a big decision regarding the new district, which will start from June 7. It has been decided that the new class will start online.
According to Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, an online meeting was held with 4 senior ministers of the central government to take the 12th standard examination. In the presence of the country's prime ministers of education. Yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to cancel the 12th standard examination, which was discussed at a cabinet meeting today in the context of the Prime Minister's decision.
Gujarat Board has decided to cancel the 12th exam. We make decisions according to the instructions of the Center. We will now focus on recurring tests in Section 12 and Grade 10. The new semester will be online from June 7.
On the other hand, the BJP leader announced that just before the government makes an official announcement, the exam has been canceled today. Riteji Patel, a former BJJ leader and former president of the Yuva Morcha, tweeted about the 12-part probe. He said on his Twitter account that the regional government had decided to cancel the 12th standard board exam due to the threat to the health of existing students.
In a Twitter message, he thanked Prime Minister Vijay Rupani and Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama for their decision. However, due to the controversy, Dr. Rewind Patel has now deleted the tweet.
In particular, the CBSC Standard 12 Board was audited. The cancellation was made at a meeting of Prime Minister Modi. Due to the response to various appointments raised by Covid, it has been decided not to call a Grade 12 Board of Inquiry this year.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the decision regarding CBSC 12 examinations is in the interest of the students. He said COVID-19 has affected the academic calendar and is a major concern for students, parents and teachers.