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1 to 8 std students to be promoted without exams: Suresh Kumar


Team Udayavani, Apr 2, 2020, 3:00 PM IST

Bengaluru: The Karnataka state Education Minister Suresh Kumar on Thursday, informed that all schools that fall under state government should promote all students of classes I to VIII to the next grade in view of the present coronavirus inflicted lockdown.

In a Facebook post, Suresh clarified that “Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Earlier we had to promote all the students from class 1 to 6 now we have decided that all students in Classes 7 and 8 will be also be promoted without writing exams.”

He further added, “Those in Class 9 will be evaluated based on summative and formative assessments. If any student fails this internal assessment, the respective schools must use the holiday period to bring remedial measures to ensure the students are eligible to be promoted.”

“Schools must encourage online tests for the Class 9 students who do not pass the internal assessments,” he said.

He also said that the state government would decide the time table for Class 10 exams on April 14. He also said that the decision regarding Pre University College (PUC) exams would also be taken on the same day.

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