Students in grades 10 and 12 who are unable to take a driving test due to coronavirus infection will have another chance before June 11, the CBSE said.
The Central Council for Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked schools to conduct practical tests for COVID-19 positive applicants in due time.
“If a candidate is absent from the aptitude test due to a positive COVID test or a positive family member, the school will conduct an aptitude test for those candidates at the appropriate time before June 11 in consultation with the ‘regional authority,’ “CBSE said. – Chief Examiner Sanyam Bhardwaj.
The jury exams for both classes will run from May to June, while the practical exams will run from March to April.
“If a candidate does not appear in practice due to Covid-19:
- If a candidate is absent from practice due to positive behavior towards Covid or a family member, ie mother, father, brother and sister, etc. Covid is reported as positive, the school will carry out the internship of these candidates at a time of consultation of the interested party by the regional office, but no later than June 11, 2021.
- During the candidate batch score upload process, “C” can be uploaded / displayed next to the names of those candidates in the upload scores link. In the event that CBSE had been invited to change the internship center ”, indicates the circular.