CBSE Class 10 exams cancelled, Class 12 exams postponed after PM Modi meet


The CBSE board exam 2021: CBSE cancels the 10th Council exam, the postpones class exam is scheduled for May-June; The date was announced after June 1.

CBSE Class 10 exams cancelled,
CBSE Class 10 exams cancelled,

The Central Government on Wednesday announced the cancellation of the CBSE council exam for the 10th grade exam and delayed the 12th grade scheduled for May-June after the Coronavirus crisis, officials said.

The revised date will be announced after June 1, officials said.

The decision was taken at a high-level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after increasing cases of Coronavirus (Covid-19). The meeting was attended by the Minister of Education Union Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, the secretary of education and other officials.

In a statement issued after the meeting, the Ministry of Education Union said, “Looking for the situation of the pandemic and closing of the current school, and also taking into account the safety and welfare of the students, it was decided as follows. The exam board for grade 12 to be held from May 4 to June 14 , 2021 with this was postponed. This exam will be held afterwards. ”

The situation will be reviewed on June 1, 2021 on the board, and details will be distributed next, the official statement is read.

Minimum notification of 15 days will be given before the start of the exam, the statement was added.

For grade 10, officials have decided to promote students based on internal assessments. “The results of the XTH class board will be prepared based on objective criteria to be developed by the council. Each candidate who is not satisfied with the sign allocated to him on this basis will be given the opportunity to sit on the exam as and when his condition is conducive to conducive examinations,” said the statement.

According to an official statement, PM Modi said that the government would remember the best interests of the students and ensure that their health was taken care of at the same time their academic interests were not harmed.

Noting that the pandemic sees the resurrection in many regions in the country, with several states influence more than others, officials say that schools have been closed in 11 states. “Unlike the country board, CBSE has an all-india character, and therefore, it is important to accommodate tests simultaneously throughout the country,” the statement reads.

The test was originally scheduled for May and June.

Many main ministers have written to PM Modi who are looking for postponement of the 10th and 12th Council exam after rising the number of Covid-19 cases. Request a letter came from Punjab Minister of Captain Amarinder Singh.

In his letter to Pokhriyal, Singh refers to the Covid-19 situation that applies and emphasizes that “it will only be right that the decision is taken to delay the 10th and 12th grade examination”.

The Chairman of the Delhi Minister Arvind Kejriwal also wrote to PM Modi, urging the Board’s exam to be suspended.

Some states, including Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, have postponed their council tests amid increasing Covid-19 cases.

Last week, Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi have urged the Minister of Education Union Ramesh Pokhriya to intervene and direct the CBSE to reconsider his decision in May.

Dikelincir by the second wave of Coronavirus which has been called deteriorated and is very contagious by experts, India on Wednesday noted the highest leap of one day 184,372 new Covid-19 cases, which took the total infection in the country passing 13.87 million. , According to the latest figures released by the Ministry of Health and family welfare.

The daily toll from viral diseases has reached 1,027. This is the first time in more than five months that death has crossed 1000-mark.

The gloomy numbers came on the last day of the ‘Tika Utsav’ (vaccination festival) where Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for mass participation in immunization encouragement throughout the country.

The day before, the center confirmed that the second wave of virus transmission had crossed the previous highest surge and the trend of the increase in infection was the cause of concern. Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan shows that the trend in the Covid-19 case trajectory in India in the second wave is “worry”.

, “We have 89.51% of those who have been cured, death 1.25% and 9.24% of cases are active. If we see new cases, we will find that the previous highest surge has been crossed and the trend rises up. It causes concern, “Bhushan said during a press conference.


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