UBSE New Guidelines For Board Exams: There is an extremely important update for all the students who are preparing to appear for the pending board exams to be conducted by the Uttarakhand Board. As the time for conducting board exams is drawing near, the state education department has issued new guidelines for the students to follow during the exams. As per the order issued by The Director Secondary Education, Uttarakhand, Mr RK Kunwar, that no examination centres will be set-up in the areas that have been marked as a containment zone in the state. The order issued by the education department further reads that “Those students who are living in containment zones on the day of the exam, will be able to write the examination on a separate day.”
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Last week, the state government issued a new date sheet for the board exams wherein the examination dates had been changed. Previously, the government had decided to conduct the exams between 20th June 2020 to 23rd June 2020. But in the new date sheet, the examination dates have been changed to 22nd June 2020 to 25th June 2020. The decision was taken because the previous dates of 20th June to 23rd June 2020 had a weekend in between, which was in conflict with the orders of the state government to keep everything in Dehradun shut during weekends.
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While announcing the date change, Mr Kunwar stated, “With everything closed in Dehradun, it would be difficult for teachers and students to reach the examination centres. So, we decided to change the dates. For now, as per the instructions of the central government, exam centres will not be set up in containment zones.” Check | HPBOSE 12th Results 2020 (Out): HP Board 12th Result Declared, Direct Link To Check 12th Result here
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The Director of the Secondary Education, Uttarakhand has issued detailed guidelines to the police department and chief medical officer in the district. They have been asked to make proper arrangements of the police force and ambulances in proximity to the examination centres. The government has also chalked out a detailed plan to enforce the social distancing norms during the examination.
Students must adhere to all the guidelines issued by the state government to avoid any problems during the examinations.