W​.​B Counsil's Higher Secondary Exam will have to be taken in Online or Cancelled in 2021

W​.​B Counsil's Higher Secondary Exam will have to be taken in Online or Cancelled in 2021

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Nngd started this petition to West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination and

 

Sir/Madam

The situation in India is getting worse day by day!! When there were only a few cases in the country they cancelled the remaining board exams And now when the cases are at a peak they’re planning to open schools!! Why?

In this covid situation we are requesting you to take our West Bengal Counsil's Higher Secondary Examination in online or please cancel our examination. Because covid cases are increasing day by day in India. Most of the schools are taking the Test Examination in this horrible situation, so that many of students can't give their test exam. 1.Because they are Covid infected now . That's why please take our HSC Examination in Online or Cancel it in this year.
2.We had a lot of problems in Online Classes.We were unable to discuss many topics related to our studies with the teachers. That's why please cancel our  HSC Examination or take it in Online with easy questions . Because we have studied in online also .... 
3.Many students were not able to do online classes for their many problems. That's why please Cancel The Exam in this Year . 
4. And the last thing is while we have not been able to  eradicate Covid-19 in one and a half year , we can be sure that we will not be able to eradicate Covid-19 completely in the next two months .  So that no matter how carefull you may be , many students may become infected during the exam period. Then how will they give The Examination in that situation? 
Please CANCEL our HSC Examination or take it In Online for this terrific Covid situation.
Mam/Sir 
Please think for Us � Consider our Request and take some initiative for us as soon as possible. 


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