Amidst the continuing Covid-19 pandemic, the colleges in Kerala on Friday began conducting exams in physical mode for over one lakh class 11 and vocational larger secondary students.
Speaking to ANI, Kerala Director of General Education Jeevan Babu stated, “After getting permission from Supreme Court, we now have began conducting exams for class 11 and vocational larger secondary students in physical lessons from right now. The exams will finish on October 18.”
Keeping in place all of the COVID-19 protocols, students in the Government Vocational Higher Secondary School of Thiruvananthapuram’s Manacaud have been seen showing for the exams.
“We have carried out conferences at numerous ranges for conducting these exams. In addition, COVID-19 precautionary measures are additionally being taken in all the colleges in Kerala. We hope that exams go properly and we want good well being to all,” the director added.
Parents additionally expressed their satisfaction over exams being carried out in physical lessons.
Arya, the mom of a Class 11 pupil from the Humanities stream, stated that she is totally glad with this determination. “My son is effectively ready for the exams. Last yr, my daughter additionally appeared for exams in physical lessons,” she acknowledged.
Earlier on September 18, Kerala Chief Minister’s workplace knowledgeable that the colleges in the state will reopen from November 1.
“School-based lessons for requirements 1 to 7 (main part) and 10 and 12 will start on November 1, different lessons will start on November 15. The determination was taken at a COVID-19 overview committee assembly,” learn an official notification from the CMO.
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