MLA Arun Vora wrote a letter to CM Baghel, demanding to cancel the board examinations
Corona infection in the state has started spreading its legs again. The brunt is that lockdown has been imposed in many districts including the capital Raipur. In such a situation, in view of the rising outbreak of Corona, the Shaleya Teachers Association has demanded immediate cancellation of the board examinations. Congress MLA Arun Vora, in a letter to the Chief Minister, has also demanded the cancellation of the tenth board examination. The delegation, under the leadership of State President of Shaleya Teachers Association, Virender Dubey, has submitted a memorandum in this regard to the Chief Minister and the Principal Secretary. The Sangh said that at present the infection of Karona is increasing in the state. This has also increased the risk of infection among children and teachers. Virender Dubey said that the government has decided to take the board examinations offline. Reconsidering this, the examinations should be canceled.
Examinations will be more likely to spread infection in children. He told that at present the school is closed, but the teachers are giving their presence in the schools. Where no work other than teaching is left before the teachers. During this time many teachers are getting infected with Corona and some teachers have also died due to Corona infection, which is sad for their family and governance. Durg MLA Arun Vora, in a letter to Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, has also demanded the postponement of the tenth board examination. He cited the letter of Anil Shukla of Chhattisgarh Teachers Congress, that in view of the horrific condition of Corona and Corona being infected by most of the personnel of the Education Department, the 10th Board Examination commencing from April 15 should be postponed. .