Kolkata: With the second wave of COVID-19 nonetheless raging, West Bengal Board of Secondary Training on Tuesday stated it’s but to reach at a closing resolution on whether or not to go forward with the Class 10 examinations scheduled in June or postpone the checks. Board President Kalyanmoy Ganguly stated no resolution has been taken but on postponement or cancellation of the exams. “I can not say something on the difficulty at current,” he stated.
A senior board official informed PTI that the varsity schooling division has been requested to take a look at methods to judge reply sheets and allot marks to candidates amid the pandemic state of affairs. “We’re but to make any formal resolution with regard to holding the exams,” he stated.
With round 4,000 examination centres in readiness, together with adhering to COVID-19 protocols, the board had taken all vital steps earlier than the second wave of the contagion struck, officers stated. This yr, the board examinations for Class 10 have been scheduled to start from June 1 and proceed until June 10.