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Confirmed!! CBSE Board Exams from July 15 to August 26.

CBSE latest Exam News About Confirmation of CBSE Board Exams from July 15 to August 26.


CBSE LATEST EXAM NEWS: The Central Board of Secondary Education has been planning to conduct the Board Exams 2021, from July 15 to August 26. The exact date sheet is expected to release on June 1, where the higher officials responsible for making the decision will announce the same.

The Board Exams 2021 will be conducted on offline mode. The only thing likely to change is the pattern of the examination and the marking scheme. The Central Board of Secondary education is determined to conduct the Board Exams 2021 for Class 12 students which accounts for almost 1.5 Crore students.

Students have formed online groups and have been trying to protest online by trending hashtags related to the cancellation of the Board Exams. Government Officials are trying to conduct the exams as this exam holds a high amount of importance for the students.

The Central Government has canceled the Class 10 Board exams and has postponed the Board Exams for Class 12th students 2021 as of now. A further decision is to be taken based upon the meetings held where the feasibility of conducting the exams will be checked.

CBSE has clearly stated that they will be increasing the number of exam centers this year so that each student can follow the Covid-19 protocols religiously. Exam Centres are increased for maintaining social distancing norms.

CBSE Latest Exam News About CBSE Board Exams Pattern 2021


The CBSE wants the Board Exams to be held starting from July 15. The results of the exam will be announced by September, according to our sources. The exam pattern will be changed for Boards this year. Students will have to answer MCQ-based questions and very short type answers. The timing too has been changed for exams. Previously the Board Exams used to take place for 180 minutes and now if the final decision is taken for conducting the exams, the total duration will be of 90 minutes.

Students are expected to appear for one language and 3 elective papers in the same school in which they have been enrolled. CBSE this year appears to take exams on Sundays too, to complete the Board Exams on time.

Parents and students have been constantly in fear of the third wave of Covid-19 and are requesting for cancellation of the exams in 2021. Ramesh Pokhriyal told that the safety of parents, students, and teachers is of utmost importance and the decision will be taken keeping these points in mind.

Whereas Delhi, Maharashtra among others have disagreed with the cancellation of the exams. They want the exams to take place as it decides the future of Class 12 students. West Bengal government will be taking the decision next week regarding the Board Exams 2021.

Students have been protesting all over the Internet by tagging Education Ministers and higher officials who are likely to decide the Board Exams.

However, Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia is against the decision of the government and CBSE to conduct the exams. According to him, this will prove to be a big failure shortly as it might lead to students getting more infected and eventually an increase in the number of infected people by Covid-19.


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