India’s Education Minister to Interact with Board Students on December 3

If you are a board student, I mean if right now you are studying in Class 10th or 12th and want to interact with the Education Minister of India then I think you should read this article in full.

As you all know from march this year after we faced an unexpected pandemic, the educational institutes in India were ordered to close down and they are closed till now.

The closure of educational institutions that includes schools and colleges affect the classes of students to some extent. I know many of you might not agree with my assertion but believe me most students who are habitual to studying in a real classroom are not able to digest the online class for some month.

That leads them to lag the completion of their syllabus in the scheduled time. Hence, most of the students want the board to conduct the board exam one or two month later to the earlier scheduled date.

Seems like the education minister of India realizes the same and wants to talk to the students especially the board students about when to conduct the board and competitive exam.

That is why Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank who is currently the education minister of India has posted a tweet on his official twitter handle asking the students to share their concerns about the upcoming board and competitive exam.

In his tweet he mentioned a hashtag where students can share their concern which will be seen to him. Below I have mentioned the same hashtag and can suggest you must share your concern in a more detailed way.

Also do remember the minister will read your tweets on December 3, 2020 at 12 noon, hence make sure to set a reminder for the same.

Here is the hashtag with its twitter link.


Source: Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank

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