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TN SSLC Exams 2020 declared as ALL PASS


  1. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy announces that 10th-grade students will be given 80% marks based on their quarterly and half year marks.
  2. Remaining 20% marks taken from student attendance 

  • The Tamil Nadu government on Monday educated the Madras High Court that the current calendar for holding Class X Board tests from June 15 was the perfect time as specialists' feelings distributed in news reports estimate COVID-19 cases in the state may ascend to two lakh in coming days. 

  • The court, in any case, said it can't put lives of in excess of nine lakh understudies in question and solicited the legislature to consider delay from the tests taking into account taking off COVID-19 cases over the state, where the count as of Monday remained at 33,229. 

  • Hearing an appeal by an instructors' affiliation provoking the administration's choice to direct the tests in the midst of the pandemic, a division seat of judges Vineet Kothari and R Suresh Kumar made it understood it was, at first sight, persuaded that the state must be controlled from proceeding with the calendar. 

  • We can't permit the state to put lives of in excess of nine lakh understudies in question. This isn't caring for opening TASMAC (alcohol) shops during the lockdown, the court said. 

  • In any case, the seat controlled itself from passing any between time request and suspended the meeting to June 11 guiding the state to advise its stand. 

  • The legislature has likewise been coordinated record a point by point report on the means taken for direct of the assessments, which were initially planned for March however deferred taking into account the national lockdown. 

  • At the point when the meeting on the request initiated on Monday, the seat pondered whether the administration can give an endeavor that no understudy will get COVID-19 contamination on the off chance that it was permitted to lead the tests from June 15. 

  • Reacting to this, Advocate General Vijay Narayan presented that as indicated by master suppositions which are broadly distributed in news reports COVID-19 cases may increment up to two lakh and even go up further in the coming days. 

  • "In this way, this is the ideal opportunity to direct the tests," he included. 

  • He likewise highlighted the CBSE's transition to holding Class XII tests and said there were more than 200 schools partnered to the focal board in the state and none have grumbled. 

  • "We don't have the foggiest idea why just the state board schools are focused on, Narayan said. 

  • In any case, tests ought to be led at some stage, and on the off chance that it was not currently, it is hard to hold them sometime in the not too distant future, he included. 

  • The seat at that point said when the administration has chosen not to open instructive organizations till COVID-19 danger dies down, why it should compel Class X understudies to compose the tests. 

  • There is positively no rationale in directing the tests taking a chance with the lives of 9 lakh understudies, the court said. 

  • The request has been recorded by the Tamil Nadu High and Higher Secondary School Graduate Teachers Association moving the state's choice to lead the tests from June 15. 


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