A unilateral determination by any state would result in college students of that statebeing at a drawback by way of profession and alternatives, Shiv Sena’s chief spokesperson Arvind Sawant mentioned in a letter, dated April 10, addressed to Union Schooling Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’.
“Your intervention would imply nationwide consensus, as an alternative of a unilateral determination by any explicit state,” Sawant mentioned in his letter.
The Lok Sabha member from Mumbai-South appealed to the Centre to take a uniform determination for the nation in order that there is no such thing as a discrimination towards college students of Courses 10 and 12 of any state by way of security measures or alternatives.
“Now we have a number of boards working in India- CBSE, ICSE, state boards, IB and IGCSE. There’s a want for a transparent communication from the HRD (Schooling) Ministry by way of examinations throughout the nation,” Sawant mentioned.
He mentioned a number of younger Indians are resulting from seem for his or her college, school and college exams in April-Might.
All these college students are within the age group that has not been allowed to be vaccinated towards COVID-19, Sawant mentioned.
The exams are due in just a few days which is able to put a number of college students and their households, lecturers and non-teaching employees at excessive danger, he mentioned.
Many college students and lecturers are additionally coming from micro-containment zones, as always advised by the Union well being ministry, which makes logistics troublesome, he mentioned.