Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank is organizing a virtual meeting on May 17. Education secretaries of all states will attend this meeting. Accordingly, during this period, Kovid-19 will review the impact of the epidemic on the education sector due to infection. Apart from this, in the virtual meeting, the minister will review the implementation of the new education policy along with promoting online education.
According to the information, after the second wave of Kovid-19, the Union Education Minister is organizing this first virtual meeting with the state education secretaries. In this regard, sources in the Ministry of Education told ANI that Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will meet education secretaries of almost all the states on Monday. The most important agenda of this meeting is the Kovid-19 epidemic and its impact on education. Apart from this, promotion of online education, implementation of new education policy and policy formulated by the states in this regard will be discussed.
According to sources, the Union Minister will also review the preparations made by the state education departments to deal with the Kovid-19 infection and how students can continue their online education despite the epidemic.
Significantly, due to the second wave of corona virus in April, the Union Ministry of Education had canceled the Class 10 CBSE Board Examination and postponed the Class 12 CBSE Board Examination. At the same time, the ministry has also postponed all higher education examinations to be held in May. In such a case, CBSE 10th result will be done on the basis of internal assessment. There itself
After the cancellation of CBSE Class X examination and the proceeding of class 12 exams, many states of the country had decided on this basis. Many states have canceled the exams of class X and postponed the exams of class 12 till the conditions are corrected. Under this, the latest update is that of the Madhya Pradesh Board. The MP Board has canceled the 10th examination and the 12th examinations have been postponed till further orders.