The board stated that if a student is found to be COVID-19 positive and experiencing COVID-19-related symptoms during the HSLC examination period, they will be permitted to take the exam while remaining isolated from other students.
It is strictly forbidden to miss the exam at any cost
SEBA stated that the examinations will be held in the designated centers on the scheduled dates and that no students will be permitted to miss the examination due to covid.
Students who have been infected with Covid will be taking exams
For the first time since the covid outbreak, students who have been infected with the virus will take the exam after being isolated. Previously, the boards met with representatives of the All Assam Student Union (AASU) to discuss the same issue.
The decision was made for the well-being of all HSLC appearing students and to continue the examination process without any barriers, according to AASU General Secretary Shankarjyoti Baruah, who spoke to the media.
A large number of students are assigned to each center
The upcoming HSLC exams will be taken by a total of 4,32 884 students this year. There will be students from the Assam High Madrassa among the total number of students, with 903 centers allotted to students from the state Madrassa.