The results will be announced by July 15, the education minister said
The minister said that the examination of the CBSE commission will take place in accordance with the Covid-19 protocols.
The Central Council of Secondary Education usually conducts practical tests in January and theoretical examinations in February and March. This year the CBSE Council practical exams will take place from 1 March.
Earlier, in a statement, the board of directors had said: “Examinations in the same way and when they are carried out, will be in writing and not online. The exams will take place following all Covid protocols. ”
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This year, the program has been reduced by almost 30% due to Covid-19. However, no practice changes were made, according to the teachers.
However, the council has changed the pattern of questions slightly, increasing the share of multiple-choice questions.
The Council has developed a standard operating procedure (SOP) for conducting examinations. For the practical examinations of the board, the separate data would be sent to all schools, for which the board would appoint an observer. The Board Observer will oversee the project observer, practices and evaluation.