Telengana SSC Board Exam Postponed Again Due to Coronavirus

Prerona Datta Prerona Datta
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Telengana SSC school students

Telangana Government, for the second time in a row, cancels the Board Exams for class 10. But this time they proceed with no tentative date.

The Telangana High Court had ordered the Board to postpone the Telangana SSC board exams 2020 due to the COVID-19 spread. The TS SSC exams were deferred from March 23, onwards. But this time, they went for an indefinite period policy.

The Exams in the state were scheduled from June 8 to July 5, 2020. The Telangana High Court permitted The government to conduct the exam throughout the state except Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and Ranga Reddy districts as a result of the high Covid-19 cases from the regions. But this decision needed re-examination with the present condition of the state.

The court had also earlier said that the TS SSC exams can be conducted with precautions, except the GMHC area and Ranga Reddy districts.

With the current disastrous state in which the pandemic has left the state of Telanagan and with the nationwide lockdown in place, the Telangana State Board of Secondary Education (TSBSE) had to postpone the three remaining papers of SSC Exam. The board was supposed to conduct the examinations from March 31 onwards until April 6, which was postponed and was re-scheduled to take place in June. However, now it has been postponed indefinitely. 

Earlier, the government had directed the schools to promote all students studying in classes 1 to 9 to the next grade without holding exams.