Students need counseling before the board exam
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Students need counseling, prepare before board examinations, says Manish Sisodia: The Deputy Chief Minister announced that during the pandemic, the government had developed guidelines for how schools would be run. Before appearing for their upcoming board test, the students of Class 10 and 12 wanted counseling and practice, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said here on Monday.
Students need counseling before the board exams
"The COVID-19 pandemic was a terrifying experience for applicants and people throughout the globe. The situation is under check, yet not completely, and that is why schools have not yet totally reopened. Class 10 and 12 students have restarted so that they can get some support in studies before the next board test, their particles can be carried out, and their proposals can be submitted, students need counseling before board exam
"For about a year, they are at home. If they are sent to the examination hall without some experience, to write the paper without some planning, then it will not be fair to them. Before that, they require any guidance," he further said.
The Deputy Chief Minister announced that during the pandemic, the government had developed guidelines for how schools would be run.
"We notice that people are teenagers, and we aim to encourage them to follow the instructions as closely as possible. Parents are also apprehensive. If only parents, students, and teachers are all optimistic, then students can come to school," he said.
Class 10 and 12 schools in the distinctly national capital predominantly were re-opened today by the government, government-aided and undoubtedly unaided schools, months after they were on the whole closed in most cases following the in most cases covid-19 pandemic. In order to singularly meet the students, Sisodia especially visited the Kautilya government Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya in the basically national capital and really discussed the execution of the covid-19 protocol.