After many students signed a petition to cancel the 2021 CBSE board exams, the Central Board of Secondary Education responded and made an announcement on Thursday, April 8. The CBSE Board of Directors confirms that the CBSE Board of Directors examination for grades 10-12, 2021 will take place as scheduled, beginning May 4, 2021. One month prior to the board examination From CBSE 10, 12, 2021, many have teachers, students and parents urged the government to cancel the board exams due to the sudden increase in Covid-19 cases.
Around one 10th and 12th grade Lakh student reportedly signed the online petition to cancel the CBSE board exams in 2021 and posted the hashtag “Cancelboardexams2021” on Twitter within 2 days.
The CBSE has made an announcement clearing up all doubts, ensuring that the board is taking all necessary precautions to contain the spread of the second wave of Covid-19 during the review. This official statement was issued jointly by the CBSE and the Council for School Certification Examinations of India (CISCE). According to the official circular published by CBSE, “the school will organize the practical examinations of these candidates at the appropriate time in consultation with the corresponding regional office if a candidate is absent from practice due to positive behavior in Covid or if a member of their The family has reported a positive Covid, but no later than June 11. “
According to a CBSE official: “With the Covid guidelines in place, test centers across the country have been increased by 40 to 50 percent to maintain social distance between students during the exam.” The board takes important steps to pass the board exams. In 2021 amid the Covid-19 pandemic and students who failed grade 10 or 12 aptitude tests will get a second chance. “