Tough to hold exams in the monsoon: Uttarakhand education minister – Times of India


DEHRADUN: Uttarakhand education minister Arvind Pandey on Wednesday asked the officials of the education department to identify those CBSE schools in the hill districts of the state which will remain accessible for students even during the monsoon.

“It is challenging to hold exams in monsoon, especially in the hilly regions of the state, as there is a risk of natural calamities. Though the number of CBSE students is lesser in those regions as compared to plain districts, I have put forth these concerns during our recent meeting with the Centre,” Pandey told a local media house.

Meanwhile, the state education department has started with a helpline service for the teachers posted in the hilly rural areas of the state.


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