Andhra Pradesh Board: Cancellation of the 10th exam in July, canceled at the request of parents and opposition parties. Cancellation of the 10th exam in July, canceled at the request of parents and opposition parties
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🔥 Andhra Pradesh Board: Cancellation of the 10th exam in July, canceled at the request of parents and opposition parties. Cancellation of the 10th exam in July, canceled at the request of parents and opposition parties

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  • Andhra Pradesh Board: Cancellation of the 10th exam, which is due to be held in July, was canceled due to demands from parents and opposition parties

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  • The postponed exam should take place between July 10th and 17th
  • Decision regarding the increasing intensity of Kovid-19 and the protection of the students

The Andhra Pradesh government has decided to cancel the 10th remaining exams. The state government announced the cancellation of the examination with information about it. In fact, the government has announced the cancellation of secondary school exams (Grade 10) because parents often void the appeal and the opposition parties request it.

6.3 lakh students are declared a passport

Then 6.3 lakh students are declared passports. This decision was made due to the rapidly growing number of corona viruses in the country. State education minister Adimulapu Suresh provided information. He said the decision was made considering the increasing intensity of Kovid-19 in the state and the health of students.

The exam should take place between July 10th and 17th

The minister said the 10th March to April exams were postponed due to the coronavirus blockage. After that, this exam should take place later from July 10th to 17th, but will not take place now. After a review of the state of the coronavirus in the state, Prime Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy decided that it would be better to cancel the 10th exam, as was the case in other states.

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