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CBSE 12th board exam 2021: demand for cancellation of CBSE 12th board exam continues, officially gave this information


  • Officer’s statement on CBSE 12th board exam.
  • The official said – the decision has not been taken yet.
  • Review meeting to be held on 01 June.
  • Demand for cancellation of the 12th exam.

CBSE Class 12th board exam 2021 latest update: Cbse 12th Board examinations (CBSE Inter exam 2021) The wait for the awarding students may be longer. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said on Friday, 14 May 2021, that no decision has been taken on the Class 12 board examinations yet. although, COVID-19 In view of the state of the epidemic, students and parents are demanding to cancel the exam.

Will CBSE exams be canceled or not?

Actually, CBSE Responding to the demands of the class of students and parents expressing concern over the status of the COVID-19 epidemic, a senior official of the state said, ‘No decision has been taken on canceling or holding the examination yet for the 12th class board examinations Has been, as is being speculated. Any decision taken in this matter will be officially conveyed to the public. ‘

The decision was taken in PM Modi’s meeting

Earlier, on 14 April, CBSE canceled the Class 10 examination (CBSE 10th Exam 2021) in Delhi, as the number of Covid-19 infected cases rose sharply. While the announcement of the postponement of class 12 exams was made. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) This decision was taken in a high-level meeting chaired by. The examinations, usually held in February-March every year, were scheduled to be held from May 4.

Wait for this date

A board official had earlier reported that “Class 12 examinations have been postponed and the coronavirus status will be reviewed after June 1. Students will be given at least 15 days’ notice before the examination is conducted. “

New marking scheme for CBSE class 10th result

Recently, CBSE released a new marking scheme of Kovid-19 to prepare the result of the canceled 10th class examination. The result of matriculation (10th) students will be based on internal assessment. Numbers will be given based on the marks obtained in the students’ school internal assessment. As per the new policy, 20 marks for each subject will be for internal assessment like every year, 80 marks will be calculated based on the performance of students in various examinations or examinations throughout the year. CBSE New marking scheme Click here to check.

Also Read: Class 10th & 12th CBSE Exam update!!


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