Coronavirus in India: Due to the nationwide lockdown issued till 03 May, the Haryana School Education Board (BSEH) is offering schools the opportunity to upload their internal assessment numbers online. The online window to check the internal marks will open from 18 to 25 April. The board has issued written notice in this regard and has instructed the schools to upload the marks online of all internal.
Schools will have to pay late fees ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 5,000 in the board office as penalty and only then a certificate will be issued. Earlier, the board said that Class 10 exam results will be declared only on the basis of exams conducted and only class 10 science exams will be conducted.
Chairman of the board Jagbir Singh said, “The board will only conduct science papers and examinations of other subjects will not be conducted keeping in mind the situation. If a student wants to appear in any paper, he has to send an application for it. The board will consider conducting the examination based on the situation at that time. ”
This year 7,41,460 candidates are appearing for the board examination. Of these, 3,61,329 have appeared for the secondary examination while 2,32,157 have appeared for the examination for senior secondary. All the schools and educational institutions in the state have been closed since March 24 due to the lockdown, due to which the board examinations remained incomplete.
After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address, the lockdown period has now increased to 03 May. Explain that the number of patients infected with the corona virus in the country has now reached 13 thousand. There are 21 million people infected with this virus worldwide. Most countries of the world are currently facing lockdown due to the virus.