New Delhi, 1 June 2021 – Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired an important meeting regarding Class 12 board examinations 2021 today. As per Government of India sources, this high-level virtual meeting was conducted to brief the PM on all possible options related to holding the Class 12 exams this year. These options have been put forward after extensive discussions with all states and other stakeholders.
Just two days from now, on 3 June 2021, a hearing on the matter of Class 12 board examinations shall be conducted in the Supreme Court, during which the Centre would file its reply on a plea seeking cancellation of the exams.
Note: Students must note that a final decision on Class 12 board exams 2021 will not be announced today. An announcement on this matter is expected after the Supreme Court’s decision on 3 June.
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