CBSE Exam Date 2021 Live Updates: Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has announced the CBSE 10th 12th Exam 2021 Dates (CBSE Date Sheet 2021). The CBSE X-XII exams will start from May 4 and run till June 10. The practical examination will be held from March 1. The results of the exam will be announced by July 15. Nishank said, ‘The students have wished to prepare for the exam with full strength and enthusiasm. CBSE has also reduced the syllabus by 30 per cent. You do it all without taking an exam.
During the announcement, he said that we are preparing for the upcoming season. Providing education to all children through online classes and TV channels. At the time of Corona, the students took the exam with full attitude and we all saved the year from getting worse. Students and teachers are stuck during the challenge.
Let us know that Nishank had already made it clear that the board exams would not take place till February. The confusion of the students has been removed after the announcement of the date of CBSE and now they will be able to formulate a preparation strategy.
The CBSE has also reduced the syllabus for Class X and XII by 30 per cent, taking into account the loss of studies due to Corona epidemic. This has brought great relief to the students. Due to the closure of the school, the board examinees also had to study online. In the month of November-December, in some states, it is necessary to start schools for students from 9th to 12th, but classes have not been able to run so smoothly before. Students were just going to the teachers to ask their questions and clear up their confusion.
– Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DRRP Nishank) December 31, 2020
A day before the announcement, Nishank reassured the students
A day before the release date of CBSE X-XII examination on Wednesday, Nishank assured students, parents, teachers and schools that whatever decision is taken regarding the examination will be taken in the interest of the students. He tweeted, “I assure all my students, parents, teachers and institutions that all decisions regarding the exam will be taken in our interest and with a bright future in mind”.
The Union Education Minister said that the examination will be conducted under the Kovid-1 protocol. The Union Education Minister said that the students are waiting for the CBSE board exams and the dates have been fixed in consultation with many parents, teachers and students at the time of the current peer problem. He said, “We will announce the dates of the CBSE board exams on New Year’s Eve in view of the suggestions and circumstances given by them in the future and their confusion will end.”
The examination will be conducted as per the guidelines of the Home Minister and the Health Ministry, he said. The Union Minister said that guidelines would be prepared on the basis of the advice which would be taken by the Ministry of Health as well as the Ministry of Home Affairs. “Ensuring the safety of students is our number one priority,” he said. Pokhriyal said the government is vigilant and is taking all possible measures to ease the tension over the new version of Kovid-1 of.
Earlier, speaking to teachers on December 22, he said the board exams would not be held until February 2021, but the exams would not be canceled.
A look at last year’s CBSE exam and results
Last year, about 18 lakh students appeared for the Class X examination and about 12 lakh students appeared for the Class XII examination. Total of X.41..46 percent and of X. 88.7878 per cent students have passed. The CBSE also announces the 10th and 12th rankings every year, but the board did not announce the toppers in the 2020 exams due to the corona mate. Due to the Corona epidemic, many documents could not be documented.