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The New Normal: The Indian Minister of Education will be live on Twitter and Facebook on December 10, 2020 to interact with students

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The New Normal: The Indian Minister of Education will be live on Twitter and Facebook on December 10, 2020 to interact with students

2020-12-02 06:22:40

By Dwaipayan

The classroom dynamics have drastically changed during this ongoing pandemic. Amid growing speculations over the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10, 12 Board exams 2021, Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ Union Education Minister would go live and interact with students on December 10. The education minister would talk about upcoming competitive exams including JEE 2021, NEET 2021, and various board exams at the webinar. The interaction was scheduled to be held on December 3 from 12 pm, has now been postponed.

Students, parents and teachers those who have any doubts can raise their query on Twitter by using #EducationMinisterGoesLive. Feel free to share your concerns & suggestions with him regarding the same using #EducationMinisterGoesLive”, tweeted the Education Ministry.

Sometime ago, Nishank had informed that a campaign will be launched to seek views from students, parents & teachers on how and when to conduct the exams in 2021. “A campaign will be launched by the Ministry of Education to seek views from students, parents and teachers on how and when to conduct the exams next year”, he had tweeted

According to news sources, the Education Minister had also confirmed that board examinations would be conducted as it is important for admission to higher educational institutions. He said “Conducting examinations is no less than a challenge. Despite the uncertainty due to the pandemic, it is crucial to conduct board examinations as well as entrance examinations for admission to higher educational institutions. I will have an interaction with parents, students, and teachers in this regard and exams will only be conducted based on the outcome of the interaction”, Nishank had said.

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