No change in exam schedule for Grades 10, 12: Kerala Education Min

Recently, Kerala Government announced that classes for grades 1 to 9 students would go online from January 21st due to the COVID-19 situation.

Nothing will change on the exam dates for grades 10 or 12 in Kerala, Minister of State for Education V Sivankutty said on Saturday, January 15. He also said it had been decided to hold the exams on the dates previously announced, from now on.

While schools are currently conducting offline classes for all students, due to the COVID-19 situation classes for grades 1-9 students will be held online from January 21st. “Classes (for grades 1-9) are being conducted online as a precautionary measure to prevent students from catching COVID-19. Online and digital courses will be conducted through the VICTERS channel and a new schedule will be established for this.” The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) syllabus will start on February 1 and the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) syllabus until To be completed by the end of February, the minister said.

“It is better to prevent infections than to treat them and that is why schools are to be closed. School closures apply to all schools in Kerala, including unassisted and CBSE schools,” Sivankutty said, adding that the immunization of the students is about half complete, but the other children will be vaccinated in the schools soon.

The Government of Kerala announced on Friday 14th January that classes for students in grades 1 to 9 will be held online from 21st January. The decision was made at a COVID-19 review meeting chaired by Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan amid a rapidly growing number of COVID-19 cases.

The government had said online classes for students will start on January 21 and last for two weeks, and the decision on classes after that will be made later.

Schools aside, the government has decided to offer pregnant government employees the opportunity to work from home and that all official government and public sector company events will be held online.

The government has also decided to ask Sabarimala pilgrims who have booked their slots from January 16 to postpone their visits. The meeting also instructed the health and education departments to work together to ensure that grades 10, 11 and 12 students are vaccinated in their schools.

(With PTI inputs)


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