Thiruvananthapuram: Education Minister C Raveendranath has said that the digital classes of the plus-two and SSLC would be completed by this month-end.
The focus areas of the SCERT portions have been published. The revision will be held at the schools based on the focus areas.
The Minister further said that he was aware that there was confusion among the students about the exams. “But there would be no scenario in which students from Kerala would not be able to follow the portions during higher studies. They would not be dubbed as someone who cleared the exams during the COVID times. The teaching and exams have been set to ensure that does not happen. The parents need not be worried,” he added.
While pointing out that the focus areas have been set, the Education Minister said, "If the students grasp these portions, they would be able to answer any question.”
“The students will be given double the number of optional questions to choose from, " he explained. The shortage of teachers would be resolved soon, he added.
The Minister said that after the digital classes of the entire syllabus, the classes of the focus areas would be made available digitally. These classes would be prepared by SCERT and KITE, and SIET and SSK, and telecast via KITE Victers. The video-recording of the classes would begin on Monday.