Begin typing your search above and press return to search.
Arnabs chats cannot be ignored
access_time 2021-01-18T11:33:12+05:30
Women and girls need to be safe
access_time 2021-01-15T15:08:45+05:30
Another Trump impeachment
access_time 2021-01-15T11:16:29+05:30
Covid 19 spread
access_time 2021-01-14T15:40:30+05:30
DEEP READAll arrow_drop_down
Anti-Conversion Law: A law meant for abuse
access_time 2021-01-12T13:56:35+05:30
Syed Shahriyaar
access_time 2021-01-05T19:08:46+05:30
Reading A week in the life of Svitlana
access_time 2020-12-23T12:06:42+05:30
Hum Dekhenge- One year of Anti-CAA protests
access_time 2020-12-22T17:35:06+05:30
The French Fanatic and the Fanatic Fringe
access_time 2020-11-02T15:56:00+05:30
Homechevron_rightIndiachevron_rightDates of class 10, 12...

Dates of class 10, 12 exams have not been announced: CBSE

Dates of class 10, 12 exams have not been announced: CBSE

In light of rumours that the CBSE has released the tentative dates of class 10, 12 exams, a CBSE official clarified otherwise today.

"We have not declared any dates yet," said the official, as reported by NDTV.

The rumours began following a statement by CBSE secretary Anurag Tripathi at a webinar on the New Education Policy (NEP) organized by ASSOCHAM on Friday. He said, "The board exams will happen for sure and a schedule will be announced very soon. The CBSE is making plans and will soon reveal how it will do test assessments." He did not mention the pattern or dates of the exams.

But rumours developed a day later that the CBSE has decided to conduct class 12 practical exams between January 1st and February 8th. There have also been reports of the board releasing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) on conducting these exams. The latest SOPs released on the website, however, pertain to the reopening of schools.

Schools across the country have been shut down since March 2021 owing to the pandemic. Classes for the new academic year are being conducted virtually. While a few states have been reopening schools following the guidelines released by the Centre, many have chosen to keep them closed considering the threat of increasing COVID-19 cases.

Show Full Article
Next Story