The administration of Andhra Pradesh has announced the cancellation of the SSC and the additional examinations for the first and second years of additional examinations. Minister Adimulapu Suresh claimed that the government had taken the decision because of the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the state.
The Ministry said at a press conference that the state government decided to withdraw the exam in view of the health of the students. He said, “The SSC exams were carried out on 10th July, and the test pattern was changed to reduce student exposure.” “We tried our best.”
Every day after the Coronavirus outbreak in this country, the list of events and pre-scheduled exams which have been canceled or postponed will increase. The SSC aspirants and intermediate first and second year students in Andhra Pradesh are the most recent victims of this threat.
The SSC review was scheduled to take place on 10 July at over 6,39 lakh students. The test was scheduled for 23 March, but due to the lockdown, it was postponed.
The results were announced on 12 June, with 59 percent completing the first year of the examination, while 63% completing the interim test;
Previously, CEO Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy was instructed without examinations to promote students. He also said that the merit of the SSC students and the results will soon be announced. Students who were unable to clear up intermediate exams for the first, second year will also be promoted without examinations.
The inter-comprehensive results were released on 12 June and 59% of students completed the first year of their test, while 63% finished the second year.
In the last 24 hours, 477 new cases of the new coronavirus were reported and 5 more people died. The most recent addition to the number of cases and deaths has brought a record of 8,929 coronavirus cases, whereas the mortality rate has violated the 106 mark.