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CBSE Class 10th Board exams dropped, 12th exams shifted till May 30

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CBSE Board Exam News:

The government has dropped CBSE Board exams for Class tenth and postponed twelfth exams till May 30. The decision was taken at a gathering directed by PM Narendra Modi. The gathering was attended by Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal and top government authorities.

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CBSE Class tenth Exam Cancelled, twelfth Postponed:

CBSE Board exams news for Class tenth won’t be held for this present year and that understudies will advance based on an interior promotion, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nisshant disclosed to India TV on Wednesday. The government, he said, has deferred Class twelfth exams till May 30. The board will give a revised timetable for the class twelfth load up exam on June 1. 

The choice was taken at an undeniable level gathering managed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. The gathering was attended by Pokhriyal, Education Secretary, and other government authorities. 

“The Board Exams for Class 10th to be held from fourth May to June fourteenth, 2021 are thus dropped. The consequences of Class 10th Board will be set up based on a target rule to be created by the Board. Any applicant who isn’t happy with the imprints dispensed to him/her on this premise will be allowed a chance to sit in an exam as and when the conditions are helpful for holding the tests,” the Ministry of Education said in a press note.

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“The Board Exams for Class 12th to be held from May fourth to June, fourteenth, 2021 are thus delayed. These tests will be held in the future. The circumstance will be inspected on first June 2021 by the Board, and subtleties will be shared in this way. A notification of at any rate 15 days will be given before the beginning of the assessments,” it added.

According to the past plan, CBSE board exams for both tenth and twelfth were scheduled to be held from May 4 to June 7. Results were probably going to be declared by mid-July.

 

The choice was taken into account flood in COVID-19 cases in the country. States like Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan are most noticeably terrible hit by the pandemic. Enlisting a consistent increment for the 35th day straight, India recorded 1,84,372 new cases just now, pushing the complete count of cases to 1,38,73,825, while the dynamic cases outperformed the 13-lakh mark. The loss of life expanded to 1,72,085 with 1,027 new fatalities, the most noteworthy since October 18, a year ago. 

 

Strikingly, a few states like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra have effectively deferred the board tests considering the falling apart Covid-19 circumstance.

 

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