Hyderabad: As the second wave of COVID pandemic is prevailing in the country, the Telangana government on Wednesday has decided to cancel the Class XII (Intermediate second year) public examinations of this year
A PTI report quoted the State Education Minister P Sabita Indra Reddy saying that the results for the Intermediate second year students would be announced after preparing the modalities.
A committee has been appointed to prepare a modus operand for declaring the result.
In Teleangana, about 4,56,000 students are in Intermediate second year, she said.
The Minister also said that the government would take a decision for those students who wish to take the exams, after the COVID-19 situation improves.
The State government had earlier cancelled 10th standard and Intermediate first year exams and decided to promote the students in view of the pandemic.
Apart from Telangana, Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir has also cancelled all pending board examinations for Classes 11 and 12 citing COVID-19 pandemic as the reason.
In a tweet, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Wednesday said all pending JKBOSE Examinations session 2020-21 (Regular/Private) for final exams of class XI and XII across JKUT for which examination/results are awaited, are cancelled in view of safety and well-being of students due to Covid pandemic,
A detailed procedure for publishing of results along with a scheme of marking will be completed by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) shortly, he added.