Azerbaijani Education Ministry to resolve centralized exam issue in natural disaster area
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 26 / Trend, T.Hajiyev /
The Azerbaijani Education Ministry will adopt a decision to hold centralized exams among secondary school students in the natural disaster area June 1-2, Azerbaijani Education Minister Misir Mardanov told journalists today.
Each year, secondary school graduates take centralized exams and received an educational certificate. In some regions, such exams have already been held.
According to the minister, a group of Education Ministry employees will become familiar with the situation, and meet with students and teachers in the area of the natural disaster.
"The heads of regional executive powers in areas affected by the natural disaster said all of the necessary conditions have been created to hold exams," Mardanov said.
In recent weeks, floods occurred in 40 districts of Azerbaijan due to the rise of the Kur River. As a result of the disaster, about 20,000 houses were flooded, more than 300 were destroyed, 2,000 became unsafe and 50,000 hectares of cultivated land were left under water.
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