🔥 The Minister of Personnel Development has announced that students who have moved to their hometowns or other districts can now appear on the pending board exams from that district. | Because of the suspension, children who come home can take the 10-12 class exam in the district themselves. The school must pass on the information immediately.
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- Students arriving at home must tell the school which district they are in. Then the school will set up the center
- With the exception of Northeast Delhi, the 10th Committee is not audited across the country, only the 12th is held in the country.
The Union’s HRD Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, announced on Wednesday a big relief for the 10th and 12th audits of the CBSE board. Nishank has tweeted that because of the corona crisis, children who have gone to their home state and are not at the center of their examination board have the opportunity to take the examination in their home district. To do this, they must inform their school about the district and the surrounding centers.
The CBSE board exams will take place from July 1-15, 2020. Union Minister Nishank shared this information by tweeting on his Twitter account.
# Covid19 Thousands of children had moved to their home state due to the crisis, taking into account the problem of students appearing on the CBSE board exams. #CBSE Has decided that such students can only take their board exam in their home district.@DDNewslive pic.twitter.com/3UFkbISIPm
– Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) May 27, 2020
The center will know in the first week of June
Nishank said that this decision was made regarding the children’s problem. Now the children should contact their school as soon as possible and tell them through their home district that you want to stay there and give the rest of the papers. The school and department will make full arrangements and inform the children about the center by the first week of June.
29 subject exams left
CBSE had withheld examinations of 83 subjects for corona lock. After that, the board made a big decision and said that out of these 83 subjects, only 29 subjects will be exams. These are the subjects that are necessary for the next class.
The admission ticket does not change
Official sources from CBSE say the ticket remains the same. Because now different students have different papers and the number of students in each paper is also less. Most students still have papers such as Hindi core, Hindi elective. Mainstream papers have been completed. At the same time, an article remains on the business side of BWL.
Home science, geography and biotechnology as well as some IT papers. These are papers in which the number of students is not very large. With the exception of Northeast Delhi, various main articles such as physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology and literature were written in the rest of India.
Physical distance is taken care of
In the exam centers, CBSE tries to keep the physical distance between the students. There are only a few students remaining in the 12th job. CBSE Datesheet also tried one day to have a paper on the same subject. In such a situation, students can be moved to other rooms in the exam center to maintain physical distance when the number of students is small.