MP 12th Board Exam 2021 on June 1st Week; Announced by School Education Minister: In the first week of June, the Madhya Pradesh (MP) Board will make its decision on whether to conduct the Class 12th exams or postpone them. The Class 12th exams, which were supposed to start on May 1 but were postponed because to an increase in COVID-19 cases in the second wave of corona virus
Minister of State for School Education and General Administration Inder Singh Parmar, who announced that the decision on Class 12th exams will be made in the first week of June, also stated that the candidates’ health and safety will be given first priority.
“The School Education Department has already completed the necessary preparations for the 12th examination. At this time, no changes to the examination system are being considered. Exams would be held according to the old pattern if the circumstances are favourable, according to an official statement. On Sunday, May 23, Mr Parmar attended a meeting hosted by the Ministry of Education and headed by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. The purpose of the meeting was to make a decision on the upcoming Class 12 exams.
During the discussion, Mr Parmar suggested that due to the state’s ground realities, a suitable decision be made regarding the CBSE examination. A request was also made to prioritise teachers between the ages of 18 and 45, as well as to establish an urgent immunisation strategy for children.
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