🔥 MP Board: The exams for the first and second year of the DLED are regularly postponed. The exam should start on June 2nd. The exams for the first and second year of the DLED were regularly postponed. The exam should start on June 2nd
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Given the increasing prevalence of Kovid-19 infection, the fourth phase of blocking across the country has begun. In such a situation, the Board of Secondary Education has postponed the first and second year regular secondary (DLEd) exam for the 2019-20 session to the next appointment. The school education department of Madhya Pradesh shared this information on Twitter. At the same time, the state government made important decisions regarding the 10th-12th Examining the MP Board.
10. Board exam canceled
The state previously deleted the remaining papers of the 10th and made a major decision regarding the 10th board in view of the current situation. Based on the notes of the 10th paper, the result will be finished and now the passport will be written in front of the papers that have not yet been made. At the same time, the remaining 12 exams take place between June 8 and 16. Head of state Shivraj Singh Chauhan himself provided information. This means that every private school can only charge tuition fees from students from the start of the blockade to the end of the blockade. Apart from that, no other fees are charged.
The Secondary Education Board has moved the primary education curriculum (DLEd) for the first and second year exams from June 2 to the next appointment. The above decision was made due to the transition from Kovid-19 and the nationwide ban.#JansamparkMP pic.twitter.com/8iahE2fWwQ
– School Education Department, MP (@schooledump) May 18, 2020