Latest news for CBSE Board Exams 2021, Amidst the Corona crisis, a big decision has been taken regarding the CBSE Board Exams. In view of the threat of the epidemic, the CBSE board examination of class 10 has been canceled. At the same time, the exam of 12th has been postponed. On this issue, on Wednesday (April 14), PM Narendra Modi had a meeting with Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and other officials. This decision has been taken only after the meeting. Explain that the candidates, parents, and teachers had demanded to postpone the examinations.
Canceling the CBSE class 10 board examinations, the government said that the result will be prepared on behalf of the board according to the development criterion. Students who will not be satisfied with the numbers they have got themselves will get a chance to do the exam. At the same time, a review will be done on June 1 regarding the 12th board exams. A decision will be taken in view of the circumstances of that time. The government has said that information will be given at least 15 days before the commencement of the examination.
Before the decision taken on Wednesday, the board exams of CBSE were to be held from May 4. Among them, more than 30 lakh students of the 10th and 12th class were to be seated. But in the second wave of Covid-19, the demand for postponing or canceling the exam was increasing amidst the fast-growing cases. Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal was also among those making these demands.
Apart from Kejriwal, the Maharashtra government had also appealed to the CBSE, CISCE to change the schedule of the exam along with postponing the exam of the state board. Also, Congress leaders Priyanka Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi also demanded to postpone the exam.
The All India Student Association also demanded to postpone the exams of the 10th and 12th examinations. A letter was written to the Ministry of Education on behalf of the association. Students also ran the #CancelBoardExam2021 campaign on social media.
Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia says that he is happy with this decision. He has also demanded to promote the students of 12th class on the basis of internal evaluation. At the same time, CM Arvind Kejriwal says that there is news of relief for millions of students and their parents.
Before the CBSE, many states have pushed the board exam date forward. Exams were to be held in Maharashtra from the last week of April. But they have been postponed. State board examinations will now be conducted in late May and in June. In Uttar Pradesh, the Secondary Education Council has postponed the examinations starting from April 24. In Rajasthan too, classes of classes VI and VII were to be held from April 15. It has also been canceled. Madhya Pradesh has also postponed the board exam for a month.