The Andhra Pradesh state government has deferred the AP class 10 examinations, in light of the increasing COVID-19 cases in the state. The AP class 10 exams were scheduled to be held from 7 June 2021. The decision to postpone the class 10 exams was taken to ensure the safety of students, considering the COVID-19 situation in the state. In addition, the authorities have also reduced the syllabus for the AP class 10 2020-21 board examinations. They have also continued to conduct classes of those appearing in the board exam until the second week of April 2021.
Keeping all precautionary measures in mind, the Andhra Pradesh government has also reduced the total number of board papers from 11 to 7. Earlier, the Andhra Pradesh board had also postponed the class 12 exam to avoid the risk of Coronavirus infection.
AP Chief Minister’s Statement
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has declared that the class 10 exams are deferred until the end of June 2021. The revised exam schedule will be released once the COVID-19 situation is under control. Therefore, students have been advised to utilize their time well and continue preparing for the Andhra Pradesh class 10 board exams. Students appearing for the exam should continue to visit the official website of the Andhra Pradesh Board Examination to get updates regarding the postponed exams.