‘Do the appropriate factor’: Priyanka urges PM, Schooling Minister to cancel CBSE exams

NEW DELHI: Congress chief Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Monday reiterated her name for cancelling CBSE Board exams, urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Schooling Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank “to do the appropriate factor” by calling off the assessments in view of the Covid-19 scenario within the nation.

The Congress basic secretary had on Sunday written to the schooling minister searching for cancellation of the CBSE Board exams, saying it is going to be not possible to make sure security of scholars at crowded examination centres.

In a tweet on Monday, she stated, “Come on @cbseindia29 @DrRPNishank @narendramodi do the appropriate factor!”

She additionally posted the hashtag ‘cancelboardexam2021’.

Priyanka Gandhi additionally tagged a tweet on the announcement that the Maharashtra authorities has postponed the state board exams of Courses 10 and 12, which had been scheduled to be held later this month, in view of a steep rise in Covid-19 circumstances within the state.

In her letter to the minister, she had stated by forcing kids to sit down for these exams throughout a raging pandemic, the federal government and the CBSE might be held accountable if any examination centre turns into a hotspot with a big numbers of youngsters changing into contaminated with the illness.

In keeping with the revised date sheet for CBSE board exams 2021, the Class 10 exams could be held between Might four and June 7 and people for Class 12 could be held between Might four and June 15.

CBSE officers have stated that examination centres throughout the nation have been elevated by 40-50 per cent to make sure social distancing amongst college students.

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