#Kolkata: Mamata Banerjee is very careful not to impose any decision on advance, but regarding the examination of secondary and higher secondary. On the one hand, experts are taking opinions, on the other hand, the general public is seeking opinions. This time any person from any level of society can express his views on this issue, said the Chief Minister himself.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wrote on Twitter today, “Children’s future is our priority. With that in mind, we have formed an expert team to comment on secondary and higher education. But not just experts, we want parents, the general public, civil society and even students to express their views.” I request everyone to give their valuable feedback by mail on June 7 at 2 pm.
Our children’s future is my greatest priority. To this regard, we have formed an expert committee to decide over holding the Class 10th & 12th board exams in 2021. We are also inviting views & opinion from parents, general public, sector experts, civil society & students. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/eVpEIbJkBK
– Mamata Banerjee (aMamataOfficial) June 6, 2021
A notification has been issued by the state government on Sunday. In that notification, the state government said an eight-member committee was already looking into whether there was any situation to take the secondary higher secondary examination. Even if there is an test, what will be the method of that test, if not the test, what will be the method of assessment. The statement asked for public opinion with three e-mail IDs.Mail IDs – 1. [email protected] [email protected] 3. [email protected]
Note that the secondary schedule was supposed to be announced last Wednesday. But at the last moment the government changed its decision and informed that the government will take the advice of the expert committee in this regard. It was initially decided that it would be taken in the second week of August. Mamata Banerjee had announced to take seven secondary subjects. But when the central government canceled the CBSC and ICSC board exams, the education department also suspended the secondary school routine at the last minute. A six-member committee was formed and the review began anew.