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MP Board cancels Class 10 pending exams, Class 12 exams in June: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

The pending exams of Class 12 will be conducted from June 8 to 16, 2020. Private schools only to charge tuition fees and no other charges for the duration of lockdown, the CM announced.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 17, 2020 6:42:04 pm
The pending exams of Class 12 will be conducted from June 8 to 16, 2020. Representational image/ file

The Madhya Pradesh government has decided not to conduct the pending examinations of class 10. The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE), however will conduct the remaining papers of class 12 from June 8 to 16, 2020.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday announced the government’s decision through his tweet. The minister also said that the merit list of class 10 will be prepared on the basis of the examinations held. “For the canceled subjects, the students will get the remark ‘pass’ on their marksheets,” the minister tweeted.

Earlier, the board announced to conduct examinations for main subjects only. The MP board had also announced to resume evaluation after three days of lockdown.

For higher secondary, the examinations will be conducted for biology, higher mathematics, chemistry, economics, geography, political science bookkeeping, and accountancy, business economics, corporate production and horticulture, animal husbandry, milk trade, poultry farming, and fishery still life and design, history of Indian art anatomy physiology and health, element of science, first, second and third vocational courses.

The minister further said that the private schools can only charge tuition fees and no other charges for the parents from March 19 till the lockdown ends.

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