🔥 CBSE 10th 12th exam Datasheet: CBSE 10th 12th exam 2020 News Updates | Secondary education of the Central Council Remaining exams of grades 10 and 12 from July 1 to 15 | The schedule for May 10th and 12th will now be on May 18th. Only 29 subjects were tested between July 1 and 15.
New Delhi2 months ago
- The board has made it clear that only 29 out of 83 subjects will have exams. These are the same subjects that are required to attend the next class.
- Except for students in northeast Delhi, there is no exam for the 10th standard students in the country.
Exam dates for the remaining subjects from CBSE 10 and 12 due to the suspension will be announced on Monday, May 18 instead of 5 p.m. today. Union Minister for Human Resources Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank announced this information on Saturday by retweeting. The board has already stated that not only the remaining 83 subjects are now being tested, but only 29 subjects. Nishank said: “Now, due to some additional technical issues, the schedule will be announced on May 18 before the CBSE Board exams datasheet is finalized.”
CBSE considers some additional technical issues before the board exam datasheet is finalized. For this reason, the data sheet of the 10th and 12th class, which takes place today at 5 p.m., will be announced on Monday (18.05.2020). Will be up to@ PMOIndia @HMOIndia @HRDMinistry @ SanjayDhotreMP
– Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) May 16, 2020
Exams remain in 29 subjects across the country and in Delhi
Given the situation in the country due to corona, CBSE had stopped investigations of 83 subjects. The board made it clear that of these 83 subjects, only 29 subjects will have exams. These are the subjects that are necessary for the next class.
Students from Northeast Delhi have the 10th exam
The situation was also clarified in relation to the 10th CBSE board exam. Except for students in northeast Delhi, there is no exam for the 10th standard students in the country. The trials had to be postponed due to the violence in northeast Delhi during the CAA and NRC protests. The education minister had said that the 10th board exams have been completed in all states. The exams for the remaining 6 major subjects of the 10th will be conducted shortly in the northeast of Delhi.
Students failed in 9 and 11, another chance
Apart from that, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has given another chance to pass failed students in grades 9 and 11. All CBSE-related schools offer failed students a chance for all subjects in which they have failed. Schools can choose to move students to the next class by receiving discounts or innovative tests online / offline.