The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) is prepared and has made an advance move to ensure the smooth conduct of the Annual Higher Secondary Examination – 2023 of Plus II final year students in offline mode beginning on March 1. This comes after Covid-19 induced uncertainties for the past three years.Prior to two months, the CHSE said on Saturday that the significant test will start on March 1 and go until April 5. According to the council’s declaration, this year’s exam will follow the entire course.
However, the increase of Covid instances continues to be a major problem for a successful examination. On the other hand, experts believe that it will be difficult for the board to run the exam smoothly while also preventing malpractice and question paper leaks. Experts predict that the increase in Covid-19 instances will present CHSE with a significant obstacle for the successful administration of the exam. Even if the board has clarified things by setting the exam date earlier than two months, challenges and uncertainty remain like ominous clouds.
A increase in infection in India in the near future cannot be ruled out as Covid is rapidly spreading its tentacle in China, a neighbouring nation. Additionally, CHSE struggles every year with issues like question paper leaks. Additionally, it will be a monumental challenge for the board to ensure exam transparency at locations without CCTV surveillance equipment. Meanwhile, according to CHSE sources, the exam won’t be held between March 10 and 19 because the Odisha Matric Summative Assessment-2 Examination 2023 is probably going to be held at that time. The 10-day delay between the exam and the last one, according to experts, will cause students to lose focus and concentration.
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