Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ interacted with the students today on June 25. The Education Minister’s interactive meeting with the school students took place at 4 pm. The objective of the interaction is to address the concerns and queries of the students related to the evaluation of CBSE Board Examinations. The program was broadcast on the Education Minister’s Facebook and Twitter pages.
The Education Minister had tweeted that “Whatever doubts there are in the minds of students related to CBSE examination, I will try to answer you through social media on 25th June 2021 at 4 PM.” The Central Board of Secondary Education had recently announced the marking scheme for the evaluation of class 12 students after the board exams were canceled on June 1. As per the marking scheme, students will be assessed on the basis of marks obtained by them in class 10, 11 and 12.
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“If you are not happy with the evaluation method, don’t worry. We are ready to conduct an optional exam in August,” Pokhriyal said. He said that your health is our top priority.
Education Minister said this
Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ during his live session said that the health of the students is the most important concern for the government. “The evaluation of class 10, 12 students will be done on the basis of an objective scheme and this will benefit the students. Students who are not satisfied with the result will be given a chance to appear in the examination,” he said.
Optional exam will be arranged for students
The Education Minister said that alternative arrangements will be made for those who are not satisfied with the marks. For those students the exam will be conducted in August.
Important message to students
The Education Minister has tweeted from his official Twitter handle that he will give an important message for the students during his live session at 4 pm.
Education Minister asked questions from students
“I am constantly receiving a lot of your messages and notifications. Some of your apprehensions have also been expressed in your messages. If you have any other queries related to CBSE exams you can also send me on Twitter, Facebook or by mail,” tweeted Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’.