CBSE Board Exam 2021: Class 10, class 12 board exam candidates will be RELIEVED to hear this NEWS - check details here

ZeeBiz WebTeam | Mar 31, 2021, 05:34 PM IST

CBSE Board Exam 2021: At a time when the rising number of COVID-19 cases across the country has frightened the CBSE class 10 class 12 board exam candidates, an announcement by the Central Board of Secondary Education has eased their worry a bit.

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CBSE announcement

CBSE announcement

As per the CBSE circular, the COVID-19 infected students should take rest in home isolation. If any CBSE board exam candidate is tested positive for COVID-19 and cannot appear for the practical exams then practical exams for such candidates will be scheduled at a later date. Source: PTI

 

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Dates for practical exam

Dates for practical exam

A student does not have to worry about laboratory practical exams if he/she is infected with COVID-19. The CBSE stated that the practical exams for such CBSE board exam candidates will be postponed to a later date. The exams can also take place after the written exams are over. Source: PTI

 

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Relief with CBSE announcement

Relief with CBSE announcement

This CBSE announcement has ushered in a sense of relief among the CBSE board exam candidates as well as their concerned schools because the practical exams were taking place as per the schedule and the candidates who were not being able to attend because of COVID-19 were marked absent. Source: PTI

 

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Practical exams

Practical exams

The CBSE practical exams have begun from March 1 and is taking place as per the schedule of the concerned schools. The written exams for CBSE class 10 class 12 board exam candidates are scheduled to commence from May 4, 2021. Source: PTI

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Change of theory/practical exam centre

Change of theory/practical exam centre

Keeping in mind the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the country, the CBSE has allowed the class 10 and class 12 board exam candidates to change their exam centres. Many class 10 class 12 students have moved to other cities along with their families and finding it difficult to attend the exams due to surge in the number of COVID-19 cases. Under this provision, the class 10 class 12 board exam candidates will be allowed to change their exam centre according to their preference. Source: PTI