Bihar Board Exams 2022: In view of the upcoming board examinations, the health department of the state has set a target of immunization of all the students appearing for the board exams before January 26.
Bihar Board Exams 2022: In view of the increase in the cases of corona virus in the country, the state governments have become alert. As the board exam season is approaching, the cases of corona have also increased the concern of the Bihar government. Keeping in view the upcoming board examinations, the state health department has set a target to vaccinate all the students appearing for the board exams before January 26.
Late on Friday evening, the Health Department has issued a letter to all District Magistrates (DMs) and Civil Surgeons asking them to constitute a task force to vaccinate board students in the age group of 15 to 18 years on priority basis.
Additional Chief Secretary, Health Department Pratyaya Amrit said, “The statewide campaign for immunization of adolescents in the age group of 15-18 years is already underway. A large number of students will appear in the state board exams and other examinations in the coming months, so keeping in view the health security of the students, we aim to vaccinate all eligible students before January 26.”
Students without vaccination will not get entry in school, this state government has taken a big decision
He told that for this the DM has been asked to constitute district-level and block-level task forces. Schools that have achieved 100% vaccination during the special campaign will be honored on the occasion of Republic Day.
According to sources, around 32 lakh students have registered to appear for class 12 and class 10 exams conducted by various education boards. Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has scheduled class 12 exams from February 1 to 14, while class 10 exams from February 17 to 24.
Meanwhile, the Private Schools and Child Welfare Association (PSCWA) has demanded the reopening of schools for immunization of school children in the eligible age group. PSCWA National President Shamail Ahmed says that many students are not interested in getting immunization due to school closure.