Sonu Sood comes in support of ‘cancel board exam 2021’ campaign

Sonu Sood comes in support of 'cancel board exam 2021' campaign

CBSE Board Exams 2021: Sonu Sood has come in support of the petition to ‘cancel board exams 2021’ and shared a video regarding the same.

Supporting the ‘cancel board exams 2021’ petition, the actor said that ‘there should be an internal assessment method’ to promote the students.

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In a video, he was heard as saying that the students were not ready for the exams amid the growing cases of coronavirus.

He said that on behalf of the students, he wanted to put in a request. CBSE and board exams were going to be held offline, I don’t think the students were ready to sit for the exams, he said.

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He added that “we still think of holding exams, which was unfair.” Sonu Sood further said that he doesn’t think that this was the right time for offline exams and that he would like everyone to come forward and support these students, so they can be safe.

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While sharing the video, he captioned: “I request everyone to support students who are forced to appear for offline board exams in these tough times. With the number of cases rising to 145k a day I feel there should be an internal assessment method to promote them rather than risking so many lives.”

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CBSE Board Exams 2021 are scheduled to be held in May. Also, the country has been recording the highest-single day spike of coronavirus cases.

India on Monday recorded 1,68,912 new cases of COVID-19, the highest since the pandemic started in March last year.

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