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CBSE board exams were cancelled for Class 12

India has been witnessing a drop in fresh Covid cases over the last few weeks after the daily cases hit a global record high with 4.14 lakh infections on May 7. Even as many states are unlocking, experts have warned about a third Covid wave, which is likely to hit the country soon.
Amid concerns that children may get affected by the new wave, NITI Aayog’s Dr VK Paul on Friday answered questions about the reopening of schools at the Health Ministry’s briefing. “A lot of things need to be considered while deciding on the reopening schools. This is a question that keeps coming up,” he told to the news reporters.

But we should also remember that in many countries schools reopened then outbreaks were reported and they had to shut them down again. We don’t want to put our children and teachers in that situation unless we have more confidence that the pandemic won’t harm us. Discussion on reopening of schools remains a part of the larger discourse but information that sero prevalence remain equal among children will be useful data,” he further added, suggesting that more data need to be considered.

Starting of the month 12 board exam were cancelled. Narendra Modi said Narendra Modi said that can’t compromise with the health of the students,so they canceled the examination.

On Friday CBSE said that they are developing a system for preparing the result of the class 12th and they also said to the schools to prepare a record of the students and put it ready . Many states are preparing for the third wave of covid-19 that is our prime concern. So vaccination is our first priority. Tu every States now focusing on vaccination every people should be vaccinated . AIIMS doctor said that third wave will heat in 3rd week.

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