For long-awaited CBSE board candidates, the government has announced the date of the exempted exam. The missed examinations of 10th and 12th will be between 1 to 15 July. Read full information, what the government said
Lockdown has been declared in the country due to corona infection. This lockdown will run till 17 May. Meanwhile, Human Resource Development Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has informed through a tweet that the remaining examinations of the board will be held in July.
nishank said that for an all-encompassing time the date of outstanding assessments of cbse tenth and twelfth was anticipated, today the date of those assessments has been fixed between 1.07.2020 to 15.07.2020
Please tell that CBSE said that if they will be given ten days time, then they can start the evaluation work by completing the remaining examinations. Now after these dates are announced, it is believed that CBSE will also declare the result in August.
Simultaneously, the CBSE had also made it clear that the remaining examinations of the 10th board will be held only in the North Eastern district of Delhi. The remaining CBSE will conduct 29 main subjects exams in class 12th.
In a special conversation with India Today, CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi had clarified that CBSE Board will not take the Class X examination anywhere except in North East Delhi. Sachiv had said that at present only 1-2 exams are left in the 10th board examination. For this, we will do the internal assessment of the already taken exam, in which we will give the result from the average and other formulas for the remaining exam.
CBSE Secretary said that at present no fresh examination is necessary for class 10th. These remaining examinations will be held only in the North East district of Delhi, because a large number of main exams of children were missed there due to the communal violence. At the same time, let us tell you about the 12th that CBSE will take the exam of only 29 main subjects, see below which are those topics.
These are the 29 subjects, whose exams will be in the 12th
When will the results of board examinations come
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Anurag Tripathi said that we are requesting the central government to allow us to evaluate the copy of the board exam, following the rules of social distancing. More than 70 per cent has to be evaluated. Now it takes 1.5 months to complete it.