Kerala Class 11 Exams: Supreme Court Allows Offline Exams

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Kerala Class 11 Exams: The Supreme Court on Friday approved offline class 11 examinations as proposed by the Kerala Government.

The state has assured off all necessary COVID-19 precautions to be followed in schools. The court, referring to the reports that cited an unlikely possibility of a third wave to lift its stay on reopening of schools in the south, and stated, “We hope and trust that all precautions and necessary steps will be taken by authorities and will pose no risk to children”.

A bench of Justices A M Khanwilkar and C T Ravikumar were hearing the case. The bench said they are convinced by the explanation offered by the state. Further, they trust the authorities will take all precautions and necessary steps. And ensure no untoward situation is faced by students who will be appearing for the examination.

The Supreme Court had earlier put an interim stay on the Kerala government’s decision to hold Class 11 exams offline. They were scheduled to begin on September 6.  “In many areas, internet connection or mobile data are not available. These students will never be able to write online examinations,” the state government had told the court.

It needs to be recalled that no mass vaccination programmes aimed at children under the age of 18 have been rolled out in Indian yet. On August 20, a government panel gave its nod to Zydus Cadila’s 3-dose COVID-19 Vaccine. It claims the vaccine to be safe for children between 12 and 18 years of age.

CBSE and CISCE have implemented the “special scheme of assessment” wherein two board exams will be conducted, for class 10 and 12. They are looking to conduct the first set of exams in offline mode in November. CBSE may even look at holding in-person multiple choice questions exams. The Delhi board has also decided to implement this pattern for classes 9, 11.

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