CBSE to start evaluation process soon (Photo Credit: File Image)
The Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on Sunday said that the ministry is ready with a plan for the pending CBSE Board Exams 2020. The minster also added that the evaluation process will start after the lockdown. On the issue of re-opening of schools, the Union HRD Minister said that the decision for the same would be taken on April 14, after the situation is re-assessed.
When asked about government’s post 21-day lockdown plan, the HRD Minister said that it is difficult to take a decision at the moment. The ministry will review the situation on April 14 and based upon the circumstances, a decision will be taken on whether schools and colleges can be reopened now or have to be closed for more time
"I am regularly reviewing the plan of action being followed by schools and colleges during the lockdown. A plan is also ready for conducting pending exams and evaluation as soon as the situation improves and the lockdown is lifted," Nishank said.
"There are 34 crore students in the country, more than America's population. They are our biggest treasure. Safety of students and teachers is of utmost importance to the government," he added.
As for the CBSE Board Exams 2020 and other Exams that have been postponed, HRD Minister said that the plan to conduct the examination after the 21 Day lockdown is lifted was already in place.