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CBSE 10 and 12 exams will be conducted after lockdown

CBSE 10 and 12 exams will be conducted after lockdown

The HRD Ministry said that the pending board examinations for classes 10 and 12 will be conducted after the lockdown at the first possibility.

The ministry directed states to commence the evaluation process for the exams that have been already conducted and facilitate the evaluation of answer sheets.

The ministry said that it is prepared to conduct the exams for 29 subjects essential to the promotion and admission to undergraduate courses. Students will be given prior notice of at least 10 days before the exams.

Non-important subjects that are not included in the list of 29 subjects would be identified by the CBSE after which instructions will be issued for marking of these subjects.

HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal interacted with educations ministers of various states on Tuesday on conducting the board exams for students.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia suggested marking students on internal assessments if it is not feasible to conduct exams. He also said that students of different states that appear for various boards will be impacted a lot due to the delay in conducting the exams. Only the national capital follows CBSE.

Different state education ministers have shared their thoughts. The Bihar board is in the middle of the evaluation of class 10 exams. It already announced results for three streams of class 12. The Uttar Pradesh board has not begun the evaluation process.

A lot of discussions have been going on about the CBSE board exams in the country and the board said that the exams will be conducted for class 10 and 12 after the lockdown.

Though the students of class 1-8 will be promoted as per the directive of HRD, it is planning to conduct competitive exams including JEE and NEET in June.

The University Grants Commission (UGC) is also working on an alternative calendar for undergraduate courses in the coming academic session.

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