CBSE Board Exams 2021 class 10, class 12 date news: Written exams will be held for students, says top official
CBSE Board Exams 2021 class 10, class 12 date news: All students preparing for their board examinations under the Covid-19 cloud can now have some clarity about how exactly their exams will be held.
CBSE Board Exams 2021 class 10, class 12 date news: All students preparing for their board examinations under the Covid-19 cloud can now have some clarity about how exactly their exams will be held. Previously it was said that exams will be cancelled. Then reports emerged that only online board exams will be held. However, all of those statements and reports were refuted. Now, it has been revealed that students will be sitting for their exams in the written mode only, reports India.com. Yes, all those students who had been thinking that the CBSE exams 2021 will happen in the online mode to keep students safe from the coronvirus epidemic can now focus on getting their writting up to speed.
In an interview to onmanorama.com, Dr Joseph Emmanuel, Director (Academics) of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has said that the CBSE Board Exams 2021 will be held in written mode. However, to ensure students are protected from the pandemic in every way, it has been decided that COVID-19 protocols will be enforced strictly and proper watch kept that no laxity occurs.
“Examinations will be conducted in the written mode, as usual. However, all COVID-19 protocols will be implemented without creating problems for the students,” Dr Joseph Emmanuel told onmanorama.com.
So finally, there is clarity for students an parents about the holding of CBSE Board Exams 2021. That means at least one big uncertainty has been removed allowing students to focus on their studies properly with no other thoughts in mind.
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