The Mizoram board has also announced that the compartmental examinations for Class 10 students will be held on June 16.
The Mizoram government has announced the resumption of the Class-12 board pending examinations from June 16. The exams had to be suspended due to the nationwide lockdown following the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.
The High School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examination for the remaining subjects in fine arts, science and commerce streams will be held from June 16 to 18, according to a notification issued by the Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) on Wednesday.
An official said that about 4,700 students could not complete their board examinations in Economics, Chemistry, Sociology, Computer Science and Home Science. Earlier, the MBSE had announced the resumption of board exams from April 22, which sparked strong opposition from students amid a nationwide lockdown.
The authorities had to postpone it following an appeal by the central government to put on hold the examinations due to the lockdown.
In a separate notification, the board has also announced that the compartmental examinations for Class 10 students would be held on June 16 at 11 centers across the state.
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