After exactly two months of the nationwide lockdown, the school examinations in Kerala are all set to resume. In order to curb the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, the state government had cancelled all the ongoing examinations and deferred the examination dates until the situation improves. But the situation is not improving as expected, and the new academic session must commence as soon as possible. That is why the state government decided to resume the Kerala SSLC, DHSE +1, +2 Exams 2020 from 26th May 2020. Check Latest: Kerala SSLC, Plus Two Exam 2020: Centre Correction Window Opened, Apply @hscap.kerala.gov.in
Kerala SSLC, Plus Two Exam 2020: Strict Precautions To Be Followed During Exams
Now, as the exams are slated to resume tomorrow, there is a nervous excitement all around the state. The Chief Minister of Kerala, Mr. Pinarayi Vijayan has informed everyone that the state government is taking all measures to ensure the safety of the teachers and students during the Kerala SSLC, DHSE +1, +2 Exams 2020.
As per a statement issued by the state education minister Prof. C Raveendranath, “The Education Department is making all arrangements to bring schools back to normalcy. Schools are being sanitized with the help of local bodies, people’s representatives, and the Parent Teachers Association. It will be completed in two days. Fire force will conduct disinfection in all schools.” Check >> Bihar Board 10th Result 2020
Kerala SSLC, DHSE 11th, 12th Exams 2020: Details Of Arrangements Made By The Government
The state government has issued detailed guidelines to be followed during the exam. The Chief Minister himself briefed the media regarding the precautions taken by the government.
Transportation facility to and from the exam centre will be offered to students appearing for Kerala SSLC, DHSE 11th, 12th Exams 2020.
After the exams are completed, the answer sheets will be kept in the centre. After the fire force has disinfected the school, the answer sheets will be transported to the evaluation centre.
The government is purchasing thermal temperature screening devices which will be used to check the students and teachers before the exams.
The arrangements have been made to distribute the question papers according to the changes in the academic centres requested by the students due to the pandemic.
Students will be provided with the face masks to be word during the exams. Teachers will have to wear face masks and gloves at all times during and after the exams.
Students traveling to Kerala from other states have been asked to undergo a 14-day quarantine period. Special arrangements have been made for them.
Students who are residing in containment zones or whose family member(s) are under home quarantine will be made to sit separately in the exam hall.
Candidates need to make use of all the available resources for their exam preparations. They must also observe all the guidelines issued by the state government for their safety.