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The examinations of private students of class 10th and 12th will be held from August 16 to September 15.
CBSE on Wednesday said it will conduct examinations for private category candidates from August 16 to September 15, 2021, as per the policy framed by the Supreme Court. CBSE said, the UGC and CBSE are looking after the interests of all the students and the UGC will phase out the admission schedule of the universities on the basis of the result of these students as was done by the UGC in 2020. Significantly, the issue of private students was also discussed in the Supreme Court.
Difference between regular and private students
Students and girl students who are studying in CBSE affiliated schools and appearing for 10th or 12th class examination for the first time. The schools have their record of the evaluation done by the schools during the current year.
Those who were earlier regular students in CBSE and could not pass in first or second attempt or want to appear in board exam again for improvement. Some anyway candidates who have got permission to study under correspondence.
Government lifts the ban, jobs and entrance examinations will now be closed due to Corona
Competitive examinations will be organized by the State Government Commissions, Boards, Boards and other equivalent institutions for appointment and admission to various professional courses. Competitive examinations will be conducted only with covid friendly behavior and SOP. The Education Department will issue detailed guidelines and SOPs in this regard. The Home Department has issued an order in this regard. Unlock 4 is currently applicable in the state.
Home Department issued order
Institutes above 11th open
According to the guidelines of Unlock 4, permission has been given to open universities, colleges, technical educational institutions and schools from class XI to XII. Only 50% attendance of the total students is valid.
will be vaccinated
The government has also given permission to open all government training institutes with 50 percent attendance. The Health Department will also make arrangements for vaccination in the institutions.
There will be no transfer on vacant posts, as many teachers will come from Patna
The new rules for transfer of teachers reinstated through panchayat and municipal bodies have been implemented, but very few people will get the benefit of it. Vacant posts of teachers will not be filled by transfer. That is, the 1.21 lakh posts, which are currently being appointed, those seats are not included in the transfer list. There is also a misconception in determining the preference of women and disabled teachers. Disabled teachers will also be transferred to the same post on which they have been appointed. A teacher will be able to give maximum option of three places only.