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Published On: Thu, Jun 24th, 2021

AP SSC Exams 2021 Cancelled- Results by July 31

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AP BoardAMRAVATI(AP):  Andhra Pradesh, AP Board Exams 2021 for Intermediate and SSC Students have been cancelled. Education Minister of Andhra Pradesh has announced that AP Inter 2nd Year or Class 12 and AP SSC or Class 10 Exams 2021 would not be conducted. The state has decided to reverse its decision to conduct the examination after the Supreme Court hearing today. SC today had asked the government to reconsider its decision, pointing out that it won’t allow the exams to be conducted if it was not completely satisfied.
The Education Minister has confirmed the same. The Results for both Class 10 and 12 would also be released by July 31, as mandated by the Supreme Court.  As per the reports, the AP Intermediate Exams 2021 have been cancelled. The news comes after SC gave the State some serious objections and raised concerns over its preparedness to conduct the examination.
After the critical remarks made by the Suprme Court today, the Andhra Pradesh State Education Minister has decided to cancel the AP Inter Exams 2021. Official notice is awaited.A Suresh, Andhra Pradesh’s Education Minister, said it will not be possible for the state to organise the exams and declare the results by July 31 as ordered by the Supreme Court.
he Supreme Court on Thursday called upon the state of Andhra Pradesh to provide a “snapshot” of its file-recording that records the satisfaction of The Top Court would be hearing the matter of AP Inter Exams 2021 tomorrow – June 25 at 2 pm. The apex court has asked the government to present a plan. It ha also insisted that no examination would be allowed  un till the court is satisfied with the arrangements. Meanwhile, SC has asked other State Boards to prepare criteria in 10 days and declared board results by July 31.
The Supreme Court had said it may have to order ₹ 1 crore as compensation in case of each fatality (due to Covid during exams) if the government went ahead with its plan to conduct the exams.A Suresh, Andhra Pradesh’s Education Minister, said it will not be possible for the state to organise the exams and declare the results by July 31 as ordered by the Supreme Court. “If there is even one fatality, we may order compensation amounting to ₹ 1 crore… when other boards had cancelled, why (does) Andhra Pradesh want to show it is different?” a two-member bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari said this morning.
The CBSE and ISCE – two of the biggest education boards in the country – have cancelled the board exams due to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic that has killed thousands across the country over the last three months. Most of the state boards have also cancelled the Class 10 and Class 12 exams. “Other boards took a conscious decision based on ground reality. There is a new variant – ‘delta plus’. Nobody is clear how it will affect us… Who took the decision to hold these exams and what are the parameters on which the decision was taken?” the court asked.
(Bureau Report with Agency Inputs).

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