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Round 300 College students Signal Petition To Cancel Offline Mode for CBSE Class 12 Board Examination 2021


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The scholars have requested Supreme Court docket (SC) to direct govt to offer different evaluation scheme for them.

  • Final Up to date:Might 25, 2021, 20:23 IST
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About 300 college students of sophistication 12 have despatched a letter petition to the Chief Justice of India NV Ramana to cancel the choice of holding bodily exams for the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) Class 12 board exams this 12 months, as per experiences by information company ANI. The scholars have requested Supreme Court docket (SC) to direct govt to offer different evaluation scheme for them.

The CBSE is predicted to carry class 12 board exams from July 15 to August 26 after a evaluate assembly is completed, which is more likely to be carried out on June 1. The CBSE proposed conducting exams between July 15 and August 26 and the outcome to be declared in September, based on sources.

Beforehand, the Union Training Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ had requested states to counsel concepts concerning the method to carry board exams this 12 months by Might 25. “I’ve requested the State Governments to ship me their detailed recommendations by twenty fifth Might,” the training minister stated after the assembly.

The Gujarat board has decided to hold written exams for the class 12 board exams in July 2021. Due to the ongoing pandemic situation, only 20 students will be allowed to sit in a class and GSEB Science students will have to give a 100 marks exam with multiple choice questions for 50 marks and subjective paper for 50 marks while students appearing for arts stream will have to give a 100-marks subjective exam.

On the other hand, the Chhattisgarh board decided to conduct the exams in an open book mode from June 1 to June 5 and has released the exam schedule as well. Students will be able to take the class 12 exams while sitting at home. They will be provided with question papers and answer sheets from their respective centers. Once they received the question papers, they will have to submit their answer sheets within five days.

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