CBSE Result 2020: There is now an extremely important piece of news for all the class 10th and 12th students who had appeared for the board examinations conducted by CBSE. As per the latest information shared by the HRD Minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, the students can expect their Exam Results for class 10th and 12th CBSE Exams by 15th August 2020. Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Results 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification

He said during a discussion that, “We hope that the results of both 10th and 12th classes will be declared by August 15. These include the results of previous exams and the results of examinations in July.” The results for both the classes will be declared within a gap of a few days on the official website of CBSE. Students must therefore log-on to the official website of CBSE as soon as the results are declared and download the same for future reference. 

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The HRD Minister further added that the government has not yet set any firm date for the re-opening of the schools. But he indicated that if the situation normalizes, then the schools across the country can be reopened in the month of August. During a discussion, he stated that “after August the process of opening schools will be started.” The government will assess the ground situation before re-opening the schools. Moreover, the new session at the universities is also expected to resume from August onwards.

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Delhi Government Writes To The HRD Ministry

Recently, the education minister in the Delhi Government, Mr. Manish Sisodia communicated his thoughts to the HRD Ministry regarding the reopening of the schools. His letter read that “Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said some time ago that we have to learn to live with coronavirus. So it would be better to open schools with proper safety measures.” He further added that “First of all, we have to assure every child that they are important to us. Check >> HPBOSE 12th Results 2020 (Out): HP Board 12th Result Declared, Direct Link To Check 12th Result

Everyone has equal rights over the physical and intellectual environment of his school. Education cannot progress beyond online classes only. It would be impossible to pursue education only by calling older children to school and keeping younger children at home.”

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Private Schools Also In Touch With The HRD Ministry

Several private schools are in touch with the government over the matter of the re-opening of the schools. They have suggested various ways in which the classroom sessions can be resumed. But the government is apparently in no rush to resume the classes as of now. Their priority is first to conduct the pending board exams between 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020 and then declare the final results for the students. Any decision regarding the reopening of the schools will be taken only after the results for class 10th and 12th board exams have been declared. 

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MP Board 12th Admit Card: When the nationwide lockdown was announced in the last week of March 2020, the board exams for several subjects were still remaining. But the logistical restrictions put in place due to the lockdown forced the authorities to postpone the exams indefinitely. As the lockdown kept on getting extended, the exams were postponed further. But as the government announced some relaxations in the lockdown, authorities decided to conduct the pending board exams so that the final results could be declared for the students.

Recently, Madhya Pradesh Board for Secondary Education (MPBSE) announced the dates for conducting the pending exams for class 12th students. As per the information provided by the board, the pending class 12th exams will be conducted between 9th June 2020 to 15th June 2020. Ever since this announcement was made, students had been eagerly waiting for their new MP Board 12th Exam admit cards 2020. But there was no update coming from the board for several days, increasing the anxiety for the students. Thankfully, now the board has released the MP Board 12th Exam admit cards on its official website for the students to download. Check Also >> MP Board Result 2020: Madhya Pradesh Govt. To Award 30,000 Each To Top 5000 Students

 

MP Board 12th Exam Admit Cards: Important Information

Now that the MP Board 12th Exam admit cards have been released by the board, students are advised to log-on to the official website of the MP Board @ www.mpbse.mponline.gov.in and download their admit cards immediately. Once the students have downloaded their admit cards, they must take a printout of the MP Board 12th Exam Admit Card 2020 and carry it on the examination days. Any student appearing for the exam without the admit card will not be allowed to appear for the exam.

The details regarding the venue, timings, and other guidelines are mentioned on the admit card. Once the students have downloaded their admit cards, they must make a note of all these details to avoid any confusion later on. It must be noted that the MP Board 12th Exam admit cards are available for download on the official website only and no hard copies of the admit cards will be sent to the students. So, students must immediately download their admit cards. Check >> MPBSE Timetable: MP Board Class 12 Exams Date Sheet Released, Check Here

During the examination, students will have to follow all social distancing norms, including wearing face masks, using hand sanitizers and following social distancing.

 

MP Board 12th Exam admit cards: How to download

  • Students need to follow the below-mentioned steps to download their MP Board 12th Exam admit cards: –
  • Log-on to the official website of MP Board @www.mpbse.mponline.gov.in.
  • On the home page, locate the link for 12th Admit Cards 2020 and click on the same.
  • On the next page, you must enter your registration details to log-in to your account.
  • Now, you will be able to see you admit card.
  • Download it and take a printout to be carried on the day of the examination.

The extended lockdown across the country will soon be entering the third month. Ever since the nationwide lockdown was announced in March, all educational activities have come to a standstill. Schools and colleges are shut, admissions have been facing issues, and the exams have been postponed. As a result, students and their parents are facing a lot of uncertainty regarding the future. The major problem is for class 12th students whose exams had to be stopped midway due to the lockdown. There is now finally some positive news for the class 12th students in Manipur.

 

As per the latest announcement by the Council of Higher Secondary Education, a decision has been taken to conduct the pending exams for class 12th students in Manipur. As per the schedule released by the council on its official website, the exams will be conducted over a period of two days i.e. 6th July 2020 and 7th July 2020. Students are advised to check the official website of the Council of Higher Secondary Education for more information.

 

CHSE 12th Class Exams 2020: Details Announced By The CHSE

 

The notice issued by the CHSE reads that, “All the concerned Supervising Officers, Officers-in-Charge, Principals, etc. of the respective Examination Centres are informed to make necessary preparation for smooth and fair conduct of the examination. Further, all the S.Os. and the O.Cs are requested to submit the used answer scripts of the candidates on or before July 8, 2020.” The further guidelines issued by the council clarified that the exams would be conducted in a single shift in both days i.e. from 10.00 AM to 1.00 PM.

 

  • On 6th July 2020, exams will be conducted for Drawing, Sociology, Engineering, and Thang-Ta.
  • On 7th July 2020, exams will be conducted for Elective English, Elective Bengali, Elective Manipuri, and Elective Hindi

 

As the dates are now officially declared by the council, students must resume their exam preparations with the help of available online and offline learning resources.

 

 

CHSE 12th Class Exams 2020: Guidelines For Students

 

Students have been instructed by the board to take all precautions necessary in the wake of the threat posed by Coronavirus. This includes wearing face masks at all times, carrying hand sanitizer in transparent bottles, observing the social distancing norms specified by the authorities.

There is a specific guideline for parents as well from the council that specifies that parents must ensure that their child is not sick and they must educate the children about the precautions necessary in the wake of Coronavirus infection.

 

Due to the lockdown, all exams for class 11th and 12th students between 20th March to 30th April 2020 were cancelled. Moreover, the work of evaluation of the answer sheets was also halted. But on 23rd April 2020, the task of evaluation of answer sheets resumed. All precautions necessary in the wake of the Coronavirus infection are being taken.

 

 

WBBSE 10th Board Result 2020: The Coronavirus pandemic has taken a big toll on the education sector in India. Not only have the schools been shut since the mid-March 2020 but the exams for many classes could not be conducted. This has left the students staring at uncertainty because their promotion to the next class is directly affected by this. Most affected are the students who had to appear for the board exams this year. The same is the case with class 10th students in West Bengal. In normal times, the results for WBBSE 10th Exams will be released in the third week of May, for instance in 2019, the results were declared on 21st March 2019 itself. But this year Madhyamik Results 2020 has not yet been declared by the board.

Declared Direct Link to Check: WB 12th Result 2020

Now, there is an important update for the class 10th students in West Bengal who are awaiting the declaration of Madhyamik Results 2020. As per the latest information from the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, Madhyamik Results 2020 will now be declared in the month of August 2020. The reason behind this delay is being cited as the extended lockdown across the country due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The results will be released on the official website of Madhyamik Results 2020, i.e. www.wbresults.nic.in. So, the candidates must log-on to the official website and check their results directly on the platform.

 

WB 10th Results 2020: Evaluation Process Still Going On

As per information shared by the President of WBBSE, the evaluation process for the class 10th answer sheets is still going on. Mr. Kalyanmoy Ganguly stated that “It will take a month to complete the post-evaluation process, following which the results can be announced by August.” It will still take a few more days, after which the board will commence the post-evaluation process which can take almost a complete month. Only after the post-evaluation process is complete will the WBBBSE declare Madhyamik Results 2020 in the month of August 2020.

West Bengal 10th Results 2020: New Academic Session 2020

The board examinations for class 10th students in West Bengal were held in the month of February 2020. The examination started on 18th February 2020 and culminated on 27th February 2020. More than 10.15 Lakh students appeared for the class 10th board exams. But due to the lockdown being implemented across the country, the declaration of the results has been delayed.

The admission for the higher secondary courses in West Bengal will start after the class 10th results are declared, and it is expected that the new academic session will commence from September 2020. Students of all classes have been advised to continue their studies with the help of online and offline resources made available by their respective schools as well as the government. 

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The situation of the education sector in the country is extremely serious because of the extended lockdown. Not only are the schools closed since the month of March but as a result, all exams have been either cancelled, postponed, or rescheduled. Most affected students are those who had appeared for the class 10th Board exams. In many states across the country, class 10th students have been promoted to the next class, i.e. 11th class based on their performance in internal assessment. But the Goa government has decided to conduct the exams for class 10th board students by the end of May 2020. This has caused a huge uproar in the state with the opposition demanding the CM Pramod Sawant to follow Punjab and UP model for the SSC Exams.

 

Goa Exams 2020: Opposition Asks For an Alternative To Exams

The leader of opposition in the Goa assembly, Mr Digambar Kamat has asked the chief minister to appoint experts to deal with the matter of class 10th board exams and not force the students to take the exams. He stated that “It seems we are ignoring the risk to 11,000 students and their parents. If anything happens tomorrow, who will be responsible.”

He further added that as the central government has issued guidelines for schools, colleges, and educational institutions to remain closed, how can the state government conduct the board examinations. Moreover, he stated that around 35 new cases of Coronavirus infection had been discovered in the state. Thus the students and parents will face a higher risk of being infected.

 

Goa Exams 2020: Government Adamant On Conducting The Exams

The chief minister though still insisted that the exams will be conducted as scheduled. When questioned that how can his government guarantee that no class 10th or 12th students in Goa will be infected by Coronavirus during the examinations, he stated that “There is no community transmission in Goa. The active cases were found at borders and check-posts.

He further added that all the precautions are being taken, but there is huge pressure from the parents of the students to conduct the board exams. So, the students should keep up with their preparations as the exams will be going ahead as per the schedule provided by the government.