The Rajasthan government has decided to promote the students of classes 6 and 7 without exams. The state had promoted students of grades 1 to 5. Now, the same has been extended to 6 and 7. Although there will be no tests, students will be tested based on Social Media Interface for Learning Engagement (SMILE), Smile-2, and Aao Ghar Se Sikhein programs run by private schools for online teaching.
Enrollment for the next class will begin from April 15 onwards. Students who have changed their schools at the moment will be promoted to the next class at the most recent school and the same enrollment process will be carried out accordingly, according to official government notice.
For RBSE or Rajasthan Board exams will be held only for board classes including classes 8, 10, and 12, the exams will be conducted. The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) examinations will start with the Grade 8 exams scheduled for May 5 to May 29, 2021. The 9th and 11th Class Examinations are scheduled to be held on April 26, and April 24 respectively.
For board categories, the RBSE has reduced the syllabus by 40 percent to make up for the loss of teaching hours caused by the epidemic.
The decision was taken as a result of the growing cases of COVID-19 in the province. Rajasthan on Sunday reported that 10 more COVID-19 people had died, bringing the total to 2,926, while 5 105 new cases brought the figure to the government to 3,63,793, according to an official report.
More than 11.5 lakhs appeared in the Rajasthan Board class 10 exams last year where 80.63% of students passed. In the 12th class, about 10 lakh students appeared. According to the RBSE section of the 12th science class 12 science of 91.66 percent of students who passed while trading, 94.49 percent of students dropped out of the exam. In the arts stream, the pass rate was recorded at 90.70 percent.