New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: After Maharashtra, Rajasthan, MP and other states, the government of Jammu and Kashmir has decided to cancel the ongoing exams for class 10. The students will be promoted to the next class based on their internal assessments. Meanwhile, on the other hand, the board has decided to postpone the exams for class 12. 

The official statement of J&K government says, "In view of rising #COVID19 cases, ongoing Class 10 exams for remaining subjects have been cancelled and students would be promoted to Class 11 based on internal assessments. Ongoing Class 12 exams have been postponed."

The decision was taken to control the spread of the COVID-19 cases in the union territory. Apart from this, the government of Maharashtra has postponed the class 10 and 12 boards till further notice. The revised date sheet will be released after the situations of covid cases will come under control. However, the Maharashtra board may cancel the exams considering CBSE and many other state boards have also done the same for Class 10. 

On the other hand, talking about Delhithe Delhi Disaster Management Authority has rolled out that the schools will remain shut and they will not be opened for any other academic or non-academic activities. The Kejriwal govt has decided to postpone the Class 9 and 11 exams. The revised dates of the exams will be announced after the situation is under control.

Posted By: Sanyukta Baijal