New announcement made by Madhya Pradesh government

From a long time there has been many conflicts regarding the conduction of college exams. Madhya Pradesh government had already denied the general promotion for college students. Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh had said that students studied really hard for their exams and it would be unfair with them if exams won’t be conducted.

But now, Madhya Pradesh government took a big decision in the favour of students. Yesterday, Higher education department, Madhya Pradesh, tweeted that there will be no exams for college students due to this corona virus pandemic. They announced that undergraduate students of first and second year and post graduate students of first year don’t have to give exams, they will be given marks on the basis of their previous semester result. Meanwhile, students pursuing final year in graduation and Post graduation will also don’t have to give exams and will be marked on the basis of highest marks obtained in previous semesters and those who will not be satisfied with their marks can write exams which would be conducted offline in the future and can be an opportunity to score better.

Schedule regarding reopening of the schools is not yet decided and is said to be decided after reviewing the conditions. For those students who didn’t gave 12th class exam due to some reasons, exams will be reconducted. It is possible that, the result will be announced soon for class 10th and 12th students in July.

The government didn’t gave much detailed information on this issue to the public but hope it will be cleared soon.

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