The much-delayed Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) class 12 remaining examinations will happen in July-August, a letter from the state board stated on Wednesday.

The examinations have been scheduled to begin on May 12 however have been indefinitely postponed as a result of second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

AHSEC Controller of Examinations Pankaj Borthakur wrote a letter to all of the in-charges of examination centres throughout the state and requested them to scout for extra venues to take care of COVID-19 protocols whereas holding the assessments.

“It is for your kind information that Assam Higher Secondary Education Council is going to conduct Higher Secondary Final Examinations, 21 in the month of July/August, 2021,” he stated within the letter.

Borthakur additional requested the in-charges of the examination centres, which have greater than 400 candidates, to take any close by authorities or provincialised educational establishments as venues to take care of COVID-19 protocols.

Education Minister Ranoj Pegu had on Tuesday held an in depth dialogue with a number of scholar organisations on holding class 10 and 12 examinations within the backdrop of the cancellation of the examinations by central boards like CBSE in view of the pandemic.

After the assembly, Pegu had stated that the category 10 and 12 examinations below the state boards will happen and the Education Department will quickly carry out an SOP in session with the Health Department for holding the assessments in coming months.

“Thanks all for valuable inputs on HSLC and HS Exam. We are aware about all aspects including NEET and JEE, 2021. Decision will be taken soon taking into consideration all relevant issues,” he had tweeted after the assembly.

The High School Leaving Certificate examinations (HSLC) for sophistication 10 below the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) have been scheduled to begin from May 11 this 12 months, however have been postponed as a result of COVID-19.


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