It is seen as a big challenge for the State government to conduct the annual exams in such conditions when in the pre-pandemic period, exams were conducted in March before the advent of the heatwave.
With a steady rise in temperature owing to the sweeping heat wave that has affected lives of the people of Odisha since past few days, the Odisha government has also decided to change the timing of schools in the interest of the students.
Applications are invited from poor and meritorious students of Class 11 in government and non-government aided higher secondary schools affiliated to the Council of Higher Education (CHSE).
The last date for submission of applications by the institutions has been extended till 6 pm of July 28. It said the move followed request from 'a good numbers of principals of Higher Secondary Schools.'
In a bid to impart education to students deprived of online classes, the Odisha government has planned to engage budding teachers especially those who are under training, for providing door-step teaching in inaccessible and remote areas in the State.
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