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AHSEC not to hold HS 1st year exam

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GUWAHATI, April 8 - The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has decided not to hold the HS first year examination this year in view of the COVID-19 situation.

All the students of HS first year in approximately 1,500 AHSEC-affiliated colleges and higher secondary schools will be promoted to HS second year.

AHSEC chairman Dayananda Borgohain told The Assam Tribune that a decision regarding not to hold the examination was taken in a meeting of the AHSEC academic council. �The AHSEC will, however, announce it formally on April 10, as it involves certain formalities,� he said.

It needs mention here that the HS first year examination, scheduled from March 25 to April 10, was deferred by the council in view of the current situation.

The AHSEC is also mulling over a plan to introduce e-books and to help the students follow their syllabus. It is also working on a plan to upload the course content on the AHSEC website and launch YouTube tutorials so that students do not have to suffer because of the loss of academic days.

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AHSEC not to hold HS 1st year exam

GUWAHATI, April 8 - The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has decided not to hold the HS first year examination this year in view of the COVID-19 situation.

All the students of HS first year in approximately 1,500 AHSEC-affiliated colleges and higher secondary schools will be promoted to HS second year.

AHSEC chairman Dayananda Borgohain told The Assam Tribune that a decision regarding not to hold the examination was taken in a meeting of the AHSEC academic council. �The AHSEC will, however, announce it formally on April 10, as it involves certain formalities,� he said.

It needs mention here that the HS first year examination, scheduled from March 25 to April 10, was deferred by the council in view of the current situation.

The AHSEC is also mulling over a plan to introduce e-books and to help the students follow their syllabus. It is also working on a plan to upload the course content on the AHSEC website and launch YouTube tutorials so that students do not have to suffer because of the loss of academic days.

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