After several social media posts went viral claiming that the CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021 will take place in March, CBSE released an explanation stating that it is still finishing the CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021.
The CBSE asked the stakeholders not to believe in such information floating on social networks. On December 10, trade union education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ interacted with students and other stakeholders through an online seminar and alluded to many changes in the board examinations this year.
During his interaction, the Minister of Education explained that CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Examinations 2021 may be delayed and the examinations may not take place in March if the coronavirus pandemic is not controlled. Pokhriyal hinted that it is possible that CBSE would choose an alternative to practical exams in 2021, as most schools across the country remained close for the entire academic session due to an explosion of COVID-19.
Furthermore, the questionnaire will also see several changes in 2021. It is learned that the CBSE Class 10, 12 questionnaire will be more applicable and the objective type or MCQ could be considerably increased.
The minister also spoke about these changes and assured the students that they will be given enough time to prepare for boards. Pokhriyal said CBSE classes 10, 12 board exams will be announced well in advance.
CBSE in its latest circular said, “CBSE is well aware of the state of students and parents at the time of pandemic and, therefore, any decision would be taken by CBSE which will only be taken after consultation with all concerned and will be communicated in due time. via a board website. “
Pokhriyal told students, “We are with you,” and all decisions will be made, keeping in mind the interests of students.
A few months ago, CBSE reduced the curriculum for Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021 because classes did not take place this academic session due to the blockade imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus in India.
About 30 lakh students appear for CBSE board exams annually. In 2019, 31.14 lakh students registered for CBSE board examinations.