The HRD Parliamentary Standing Committee meeting was held on Monday, August 10, and as per sources, it has been decided that there would be no zero year in colleges this year. This means that final-year exams will be held at the end of the year.

Also, no final plan has been made yet regarding reopening schools. Any decision taken would be done on the consultation of states.

Meanwhile, Maharashtra and Delhi have refused to conduct final-year exams due to the high concentration of Civil-19 cases in the states.

Regarding online classes in schools, a suggestion calling for no online classes up to class 3 has been given at the meeting

As per the suggestion placed, there should be limited online classes for classes 3 to 7 and full online classes for classes 8 and above.
2 Comments For This Post.
Pushpendra Says:
Most respectfuly I wants to reopen the school in india

Comment posted on August 11 2020
Naiem Ul Haq Says:
But sir as far as online classes r concerned v r suffering from network problem having 2G net work and simultaneously maximum areas r hard areas where there is no facility of Internet how it is possible for us to take the classes. Moreover govt of jammu and kashmir have issued an order for the 10th to 12th standard reduction to70% syllabus for annual examination where only 10 to 20 % students have taken the on line classes so how students can sit in examination with out knowing the ABC of syllabus so it is requested to pl. Look in the situation and circumstances of different states for this purpose so that students community may not suffer.

Comment posted on August 16 2020
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