CHANDIGARH: Punjab School Education Minister Mr. Vijay Inder Singla, on Tuesday, stated that the union authorities ought to present required COVID vaccines to all states earlier than taking choices on examinations of sophistication XII college students.
Whereas conveying the feedback to Union HRD Minister on the behalf of Captain Amarinder Singh led Punjab Authorities, Mr. Vijay Inder Singla stated that there’s a dire want of vaccinating the scholars showing within the board examinations and academics in addition to the well being, security and safety of each college students and academics is of utmost significance. The cupboard minister stated that the examinations of solely chosen and important topics could also be held in every self-discipline and query papers could also be of lesser length. He stated that due consideration may additionally be given to pre-board examinations and inner evaluation.
Whereas elevating the considerations of scholars and oldsters, Mr. Vijay Inder Singla stated that the examinations shouldn’t be carried out till the security of all stakeholders might be ensured. He added that as there’s each chance that the scholars showing at school twelfth can be late in getting admission within the greater academic establishments. He stated that the Authorities of India ought to subject instructions to all universities and faculties to address the time lack of college students. He added that the upper education establishments ought to be requested to scale back the syllabus of the course which might additionally scale back the psychological strain of scholars.
“The scholars in addition to their dad and mom are usually not to put any hardship. The scholars taking admissions within the greater education establishments after present process class twelfth examinations wouldn’t be required to bear all of the semesters within the subsequent course. For instance, 8 semesters course could also be lowered to 7 semesters which might assist in decreasing psychological strain on college students and also will encourage them to carry out with extra confidence in greater education, ” Mr. Singla stated.