After several posts on social networks went viral, claiming that CBSE Class 10, 12 board exams 2021 will take place in March, CBSE released a statement stating that it does not yet have to complete CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021
The CBSE urged stakeholders not to believe in such information floating on social media. On December 10, Union Minister for Education Ramesh Pokhriyal “Nishank” interacted with students and other stakeholders through a webinar and suggested many changes to this year’s exams.
During his interaction, the Minister of Education made it clear that CBSE Class 10, 12 2021 Council Examinations could be delayed and that examinations may not take place in March if the coronavirus pandemic is not controlled. Pokhriyal suggested that the CBSE may opt for an alternative to the practice exams in 2021, as most schools across the country stayed close for the entire academic session due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Moreover, the paper with questions will also see more changes in 2021. It is found that the paper for CBSE Class 10 questions, 12 exams will be based more on application and the type of objective or MCQs could increase considerably.
The minister also spoke about these changes and assured the students that they will have enough time to prepare for the paintings. Pokhriyal said CBSE class 10, 12 board exam data will be announced well in advance.
CBSE, in its latest circular, said: “CBSE is very aware of the situation of students and parents during the pandemic and therefore any decision would be taken by CBSE, which will be taken only after consultation with all stakeholders and will be communicated. at an appropriate time via the Council’s website. “
Pokhriyal told the students, “We are with you,” and all decisions will be made with the interests of the students in mind.
A few months ago, the CBSE reduced the syllabus for classes 10, 12 board exams 2021 because classes were not held in this academic session due to the blockade imposed to reduce the spread of coronavirus in India.
About 30 lakh students appear each year at CBSE board exams. In 2019, 31.14 lakh students enrolled in CBSE board exams.