Punjab authorities permits provisional admission of ‘open school’ college students in Class 11


Chandigarh, July 31

Punjab Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla stated on Friday that the state authorities has determined to permit provisional admission of 31,022 open class candidates in Class 11 in colleges as common college students.

“However, such students will have to take the examinations of Class 10 when things become normal,” Singla stated. The transfer is available in view of the prevailing COVID-19 state of affairs.

He stated the matriculation results of common college students was declared by the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) not too long ago on the premise of steady complete analysis (CCE).

But the results of ‘open school’ college students was withheld as these college students aren’t lined below the CCE standards, the minister stated.

“The open category candidates were in dilemma as they were not getting admission in schools as regular students. After reviewing the situation, we have decided to provide them a short-term relief. Now they will be able to get admission in Class 11 provisionally subject to the condition that as and when the things become normal (COVID-19 situation), they will have to take the matriculation examinations,” Singla stated in an official launch. — PTI



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