14th April, 2021
Finally, in view of the demand from all over the country, the CBSE Board Secondary (10th) examinations have been canceled and the Senior Secondary (12th) examinations are currently postponed in view of the status of Covid-19. has gone. The decision was taken by the government with Prime Minister Modi's Union Education Minister, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank', Education Secretary, and CBSE Board officials convened today, 14 April 2021. Explain that the CBSE Board's 10th and 12th board examinations were postponed or canceled by students, parents, and teachers across the country, as well as Chief Ministers, several leaders, and public representatives from across the country amidst the ever-increasing cases of the Covid-19 epidemic. It was being demanded to be done.
New date sheet for CBSE Board 12th exams soon
While giving an update about the meeting with PM Modi, the Education Minister informed that the CBSE Board 12th examinations, which were to be held from May 4 to June 14, have been postponed for the time being. The new date sheet for these exams will be released later. However, the status for conducting these exams will be assessed on 1 June 2021. Also, the candidates will be given at least 15 days' time for preparation.
CBSE board 10th students will get marks from internal assessment
In the meeting held today with the Prime Minister, it has been decided to evaluate the students on the basis of internal assessment along with the cancellation of the 10th examinations of the CBSE Board. However, the government has given the facility to these students that they will be given an opportunity to attend the 10th board exams at the appropriate time later.
Demand was postponed / canceled
The demand for postponement or cancellation of CBSE board examinations is increasing in view of the growing cases of Corona pandemic infection across the country and the restrictions being imposed in various states for prevention. While on the one hand, some states have postponed the board examinations of 10th and 12th classes, on the other hand, the Uttar Pradesh state government has been given instructions for two weeks of complete lockdown by the Allahabad High Court on Tuesday. In this sequence, students preparing for CBSE board exams as well as parents and teachers are also demanding cancellation of CBSE exams and an alternative mode for assessment was being sought.
Chief Ministers have demanded different states
The Chief Ministers of various states have demanded the cancellation of the CBSE board examinations. After the postponement of the 10th, 11th, and 12th board examinations in Maharashtra, the demand for postponement of CBSE board examinations by the Chief Minister has already gone. After this, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also demanded the cancellation of the CBSE board examinations on Tuesday and declared the result while evaluating it through internal assessment or online exam. Similarly, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has also demanded the Central Government and CBSE to postpone the CBSE board examinations. However, the decision to postpone the 10th and 12th examinations of the MP Board is yet to be decided. Apart from these, opposition parties leaders have also demanded the postponement of CBSE board examinations.
CBSE Board Exams: Canceled or Postponed?
Students, parents and teachers as well as many exam experts, academics are also suggesting to postpone or cancel the CBSE board exams. At the same time, according to various media reports published on the basis of information received from the sources of the Union Ministry of Education and CBSE, the chances of cancellation of the examinations of the CBSE Board are quite low. However, postponement of 10th and 12th board examinations may be considered by the ministry and the board.
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