Boards May Not Consider Private Students for Promotion
Due to outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic across the country, the schools and colleges are closed and the government has also decided that the educational boards will not conduct the matric part 1 & 2 and intermediate part 1 & 2 annual exams 2020 this year. Due to worsening condition of Coronavirus in the country, it will become difficult to keep social distancing among students and the boards may also not manage the huge number of exams centers to adopt the precautionary measures in the exams halls so that government has cancelled all board exams this year. Boards May Not Consider Private Students for Promotion.
The government has decided to promote the students to next classes without their exams and their promotions will be considered on the basis of their previous year result. But the boards do not have the previous year result of the private students so the private students may not be promoted to next class. As the exams are cancelled so the students may face the loss of their precious year and they will also not appear in the exams. The students, who are facing the issues of improvement of marks, supplies or other cases, they will also not appear in the exams and they may lose the admission in the medical and engineering colleges.