Tuesday, 25 May 2021

STD 12 science and general stream will be held from 1st July 2021

 As per the decision of the Chief Minister, this year's annual examinations of Std-12 Science and General Stream conducted by the Gujarat Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education will be held on Thursday, July 1 in the usual manner. The high-level meeting, chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, took this important decision after detailed deliberations on holding Std-12 board examinations in the special circumstances of the current Koro transition in the state.



6.83 lakh students will sit for the exam

Giving details in this regard, Minister of Education Bhupendrasinh Chudasama and Minister of State for Education Vibhavari Dave said that a total of 6.83 lakh students from Std-12 Science stream and 5.43 students from General stream will appear in this examination.


There will be a 3 hour exam of science stream

He said that the Chief Minister had instructed the Education Department to conduct the board examinations of Std-12, which are important for shaping the future careers of the students of the state, in these special circumstances of Koro transition with strict adherence to the Covid-19 protocol. The Education Minister said that this examination will be conducted every year as per the established system of Science Stream Part-1 with 50 marks Multiple Choice Type (MCQ) OMR method and Part-2 Descriptive Written 50 Marks Examination will be held for 3 hours.


Corona's guidelines will be strictly followed in the exam

Similarly, in the standard-12 general stream, a 3-hour examination in descriptive written form of 100 marks will be conducted every year as per the established system. Mr. Chudasama added that the education department will ensure that the students sitting for the examination maintain social distance, use masks compulsorily and also adhere to the transition control guideline of cores including sanitizers and thermal guns at the examination centers.


An examination center will be provided to the student near the school

The Education Minister also said that Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had made a persuasive suggestion in this meeting that the entire examination system should be arranged with the concern that the transition of corona among the students would not spread and their future would not be ruined. Accordingly, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has also taken a student-friendly decision to increase the number of examination centers for the purpose of providing examination centers close to his school during this difficult time in Corona. For this purpose, the number of examination centers in the state will be increased this year. In which talukas sufficient number of students will be available and if there is no examination center in such taluka then examination center will be started there.


Re-examination for absent students

Arrangements will be made for a maximum of 20 students to sit in each examination room for both science stream and general stream examinations. Not only that, the examination centers have been provided with CCTV. Will be equipped with a camera. In this high level meeting, keeping in view the future of the students, it has been decided that the students who have been absent due to corona transition in the examination or the students who are absent due to corona related or other unavoidable reasons during the examination. After 25 days, all the subjects will be re-examined based on new timetable and new question paper.


Repeater students of Std. 10 will also be examined

The Education Minister added that the examination for repeater students of Std. 10 will also be conducted in the same manner. The high-level meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Anil Mukim, Chief Minister's Principal Secretary K. Kailasanathan, Education Front Secretary Anju Sharma, Chief Minister's Secretary Ashwini Kumar, Education Secretary Vinod Rao, Gujarat Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Chairman A. J. Shah was also present.

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