West Bengal class 10, 12 Board Exams Cancelled Due to Covid, Mamta’s announcement

West Bengal class 10, 12 Board Exams Cancelled Due to Covid, Mamta's announcement

WB: The state government on weekday informed that the board examinations within the West Bengal Class 10 (Madhyamik) and 12 (Uchha Madhyamik) students are off in the sight of the Covid-19 scenario. The state board exams were deferred thus far.

The decision to cancel the state board examination this year was declared by state Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

Earlier, CM Banerjee had the same that the category twelve board exams would be conducted within the last week of July and Madhyamik or category ten board exams would be command within the second week of August.

Most of the state boards together with each of the central boards, CISCE and CBSE, have off the category twelve exams and have set to assess students supported the interior marks.

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Bengal’s coronavirus caseload rose to 14,26,132 on Sunday as 7,002 additional individuals tested positive for the virus, whereas 107 recent fatalities pushed the state’s Covid-19 cost to 16,259.

North 24 Parganas district reported the very best range of recent fatalities at 34, followed by 23 in city.

Fifty-three of the deaths were thanks to comorbidities wherever COVID-19 was incidental.

As several as 15,882 additional individuals were cured of the illness, taking the overall range of recoveries to 13,74,419. The recovery rate among coronavirus patients within the state stands at ninety six.37%

West Bengal currently has 35,454 active Covid-19 cases.

West Bengal has to this point tested over 1.28 Crore samples for Covid-19, together with 70,053 in an exceedingly span of 24 hours.