CBSE Board Exam 2020 Update: There is an extremely urgent update for all the students who have been preparing to appear for the pending board exams to be conducted by the CBSE for class 10th and 12th students in July 2020. As it is widely known that due to the nationwide lockdown in place, the board exams for class 10th and 12th students had to be deferred. Later, CBSE decided to conduct the pending board exams from 1st July 2020. But the decision from CBSE faced stiff opposition from the parents as they felt it exposed the children to a greater risk of contracting the COVID-19 infection. Check >> Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVS) To Introduce AI Courses, Check Details HereCBSE Pending Exams 2020

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Later on, a case was filed by the parent’s body with the Supreme Court which requested the court to direct the CBSE to cancel the pending exams altogether. The CBSE has now informed the Supreme Court that a final decision regarding conducting the CBSE Board Exam 2020 will be taken very soon. As per the media reports, it is likely that the board will make a decision by the evening of 24th June 2020. Check >>

It is being speculated that as the COVID-19 situation is not improving across the country, it is likely that the CBSE Board Exam 2020 will be cancelled.

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The Decision To Be Communicated To The SC on Thursday

The CBSE has to report the final decision regarding conducting the CBSE Board Exam 2020 to the Supreme Court on Thursday i.e. 25th June 2020. The Supreme Court had directed the CBSE to decide regarding the pending exams as soon as possible. A notification published by the CBSE specified that the board is extremely close to making a final decision. Earlier, it was expected that the HRD Minister, Mr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank was expected to make a final decision regarding the matter on Monday but now the decision has been delayed to Wednesday. Check Also | National Awards To Teachers 2020: MHRD Invites Application, Check Details Here

The uncertainty regarding the CBSE Board Exam 2020 is expected to take a toll on the NEET-UG 2020 Exam and JEE Mains 2020 Exam as well. As the situation in the country is still far from normal, parents and students have also been demanding the cancellation of these two entrance exams.


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According to the latest announcements by the Ministry of Home Affairs, the and various state boards have been given permission to conduct the pending board exams. This recent decision is in view with the delay and uncertainty prevailing in the conduct of the board exams, which would have a huge impact on the future of the student community. Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Results 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification

The outbreak of the global pandemic and the ensuing lockdown has abruptly disrupted the otherwise smooth conduct of the examination, unexpectedly. However, the schools and colleges are expected to remain closed as it was earlier, according to the notice released by MHA. Check >> NIOS Exam Dates 2020 Released For 10th, 12th Class: Check Complete Schedule Here

 

Guidelines To Be Followed Strictly During The Exams: MHA

The MHA has also demanded strict adherence to the safety guidelines while the pending examinations are to be resumed by the CBSE, ICSE, and the state boards, with complete compliance with the rules to ensure the safety of the students and the personnel involved in the examination process. Latest Update >> Maharashtra Exams 2020: Previous Years Aggregate To Be Used For Calculating Marks, Says Maha CM

“Taking into consideration the academic interest of a large number of students, it has been decided to grant exemption from the lockdown measures to conduct Board Examination for Class 10th and 12th, with few conditions like social distancing, face mask, etc., for their safety” read the notice from Mr. Amit Shah.

 

Detailed Guidelines For Conducting The Exams Issued

The Board Exams of any boards, CBSE, ICSE, or the state boards are not allowed to be conducted in containment zones. Other guidelines as per the official circular released by the Ministry of Home Affairs are as given below.

  • Face masks are mandatory and should be worn by the students, teachers, and staff throughout the process, at all times.
  • The examination centers are expected to have thermal screening and hand sanitizers.
  • The states and Union territories should arrange transportation facilities on special buses for the students writing the board examinations.
  • The social distancing norms have to be properly followed in every exam center.
  • As many other boards are yet to conduct their examinations, the boards are instructed to ensure a staggering examination schedule.

It was on May 18 that the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, announced their examination schedule for the conduct of the remaining papers of class 10 and class 12 board exams. The TN SSLC dates had also been announced recently. In addition to this, examinations of many boards, like TS SSC, AP SSC as well as pending Maharashtra HSC are expected to be released soon.

In view of the difficulties that the students might face in traveling long and wide for writing the exam, the HRD Minister has also announced that the exams would be conducted in the same schools where the students are enrolled in.

 

 

 

CBSE Released Guidelines For Art Education & Art-Integrated Learning: Marking a major change in the Indian School Education, CBSE has recently issued detailed guidelines for schools. Under these guidelines, schools have been instructed to art-integrated learning and make sure that the students also learn about the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the country. As per the guidelines issued by CBSE, art-integrated projects will be implemented for students from class 1st to 10th. While the projects will be compulsory for the students of class 9th and 10th, they will be optional for students of class 1st to 8th. Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Results 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification

All the projects must be taken up in an eco-friendly manner and must make use of the locally available resources. Moreover, these projects must not become a financial burden on the parents. The topics for the art integrated projects should be new topics that have not been covered in the classroom. It is the responsibility of the subject teacher and art teacher to provide proper guidance to the students regarding the project.

Detailed Guidelines For The Implementation Of Art Education And Art Integrated Learning

The guidelines issued by the CBSE specify that students of classes 1st to 8th should be encouraged to take at least one art-integrated project in any given academic year. The guidelines further state that the artwork could cover more than one subject, and it may also be considered as a part of the internal assessment for the said subject. 

While for the students of classes 9th and 10th, the project is a mandatory part of the curriculum for all subjects and will also be a part of the internal assessment for the said subject. Moreover, in at least one of the projects, students of classes 1st to 10th must integrate the artwork of any of the paired states under the “Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat” program of the government. The details regarding the paired states are available on the official website of CBSE @ www.cbse.nic.in. As per CBSE, “The marks awarded for these projects, as part of subject-enrichment activities of class X, will be collected by the Board at the time of uploading marks of internal assessment.” 

Art Integrated Learning And Art Education

The purpose of art-integrated learning is to use it as a tool for help in teaching other subjects and improve the learning experience for the students. Teachers can use simple and basic art forms for teaching different topics. Moreover, a list of art activities has been released by CBSE specifying which activities can be integrated with different subjects.

As per CBSE, “The teachers and learners should not limit themselves in the rigid boundaries.” Additionally, CBSE has also created an online portal wherein the schools are required to report regarding art education and art integrated learning.

 

 

All the affiliated schools have been asked by the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE to give an opportunity for the students of class 9th and 11th who have failed this year, to take a school-based retest. This big one-time exemption is as advised by the Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, in association with the unfortunate outbreak of the coronavirus and the related stress on students. As per this announcement by CBSE on May 13, this provision is also extended to the students even if they have been given an option of a retest prior to this circular.

 

CBSE Results 2020: Guidelines Issued By CBSE for Retest

As according to Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller Of Examinations, CBSE, “This facility is to be extended irrespective of the number of subjects and attempts. Schools by providing remediation to such students can conduct online, offline, innovative tests and may decide promotion on the basis of this test. This test can be taken in all subjects in which students have failed.” Check | HPBOSE 12th Results 2020 (Out): HP Board 12th Result Declared, Direct Link To Check 12th Result

This circular dated May 13 also gives the individual schools full rights for deciding the mode of the exam, whether it would be online, offline, or any other innovative mode, as is favorable to them. This also gives them the right to decide the basis of the promotion of the students. The students are to be informed beforehand on the conduct of the examination, and sufficient time has to be given before conducting the exam. All these guidelines are applicable to all the subjects for which the student has failed.

 

CBSE Results 2020: Decision Left On The School Authorities

With the immediate and unprecedented closure of the schools and educational institutions by March 16 and the consequences that followed, many schools had not been able to conduct the examinations for classes 9th and 11th. Even though several schools have conducted the examination, paper evaluations, and promotion of the students to higher classes, there are many schools across the country who have not been able to. Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas, State/UT Government Schools, Private Schools, schools located in India and abroad, are among them.

The promotion of the students of classes 9th and 11th was vested upon the respective schools by the board, and the schools had been instructed to promote the students on the basis of internal assessments, previous examinations, and performance.

CBSE, in view of the requests of the parents and students, as a one- time measure in an extraordinary situation, has decided that all the failed students of 9th and 11th will be provided with an opportunity to appear in a school-based test again. The opportunity will be extended to students irrespective of whether their examinations have been completed and the exam results have been released, or their exams have not been completed,” says the statement from the CBSE.

It is following many queries and requests from many students and parents, that the  Union HRD Minister has extended the opportunity to conduct a retest for the students of class 9th and 11th.

 

 

Central Board of Secondary Education is one of the biggest education boards in India and is responsible for managing the curriculum and exams in all the schools affiliated with it. Recently, there has been a major reshuffle in the CBSE. The central government has recently appointed a new Chairman for the CBSE. The New Chairman is Mr. Manoj Ahuja who is a 1990 batch Odisha cadre officer. His appointment is one of the nineteen appointments recently approved by the central government. Mr. Manoj Ahuja is presently working as the Special Director for the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration with the  Department of Personnel and Training.

 

A Lot On Hand For The New Chairman

 Due to the nationwide Lockdown, CBSE has recently had its hands full with numerous challenges. Now, that a new Chairman has been appointed, it is yet to be seen how the CBSE copes with the challenges on hand. Mr. Manoj Ahuja will be replacing Ms Anita Karwal, who has recently been appointed as the Secretary, Department of Education and Literacy, Ministry of Human Resource Development. While announcing the appointment of Mr. Ahuja as the new Chairman, CBSE tweeted on 12th May 2020 that,

 

CBSE gets new Chairman Shri Manoj Ahuja, IAS (OR:90), Special Director, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Department of Personnel and Training has been appointed as Chairman, Central Board of Secondary Education today @DrRPNishank @PIB_India @PTI_News.

 

Challenges Facing CBSE In The Wake Of The Lockdown

Due to the lockdown, board exams for class 10th and 12th students got postponed, and as a result, several exams were left to be conducted. The exams kept on getting postponed as the lockdown kept on getting extended. Now, that the dates for the pending CBSE Board Exams have been announced by the HRD Ministry, Mr. Ahuja will now have to ensure smooth organization for the 10th and 12th class board exams. The new date sheet has now yet been released, but it has been informed that the exams will be conducted between 1st to 15th July 2020.

 

The major challenge for the board would be to complete the evaluation process in the wake of the lockdown and social distancing norms. Many evaluation centres are falling in the red zone, so getting them working during the lockdown will be a huge challenge. CBSE needs to develop a roadmap for the evaluation process immediately because it would anyways take some time to declare the results.

 

The new academic session in universities in India will be starting in August, as per recommendations of UGC and AICTE. So, it is important that the results for CBSE Board Exams 2020 are declared as soon as possible so that the universities also get time for completing the admission process.

 

 

Ever since the lockdown came into effect, the students who appeared and were appearing for Class 10th And 12th CBSE Board Exams have been waiting patiently. There have been many speculations regarding the results, but no concrete news was coming forth. Now, finally, there is a positive development in which the CBSE class 10th and 12th students will be interested.

 

As per the latest updates regarding CBSE 10th and 12th Results 2020, the evaluation process for the answer sheets has commenced. Yes, the home ministry gave its approval, and now the evaluation process for the class 10th 12th answer sheets is in full swing. These 3000 centres are actually the schools which had been earmarked by CBSE Board as evaluation centres. Detailed guidelines and rules have been issued by CBSE, which must be followed across all evaluation centres. 

 

CBSE 10th and 12th Results 2020: Detailed guidelines issued

 

Considering the still looming threat of the Coronavirus infection, detailed guidelines have been issued by the CBSE Board for the evaluation work. These guidelines have been conveyed to the Chief Nodal Officers, Head Examiners, and Central Supervisors.

The evaluation process for CBSE 10th and 12th Results 2020 will be conducted in work from home mode wherein the answer sheets will be delivered to the homes of the teachers and evaluators. Later on, after the evaluation has been completed, the answer sheets will have to be submitted at the evaluation centre by the teacher or evaluator in a sealed bag.

 

CBSE 10th and 12th Results 2020: Evaluation starts in Green Zone

As per the latest media reports, the work for the evaluation of class 10th and 12th answer sheets will commence in the evaluation centres located in the Green Zone only. This decision has been taken after considering the safety of the teachers and evaluators, and as the risk in the green zone is lower, the evaluation work has started in the specified areas.

In addition to the evaluation centres in the Green Zone, 16 regional offices of the CBSE Board will continue to function freely in the Green and Orange Zones. Though, the regional offices located in the red zone will operate with some restrictions.

 

CBSE 10th And 12th Results 2020: Nodal Officers Have A Key Role To Play

 

In order to facilitate the process of evaluation, CBSE Board has appointed Nodal Officers for each evaluation centre. It will be the responsibility of the nodal officers to collect the answer sheets as well as deliver them safely to the residences of the teachers and evaluators.

 

When the delivery of evaluated answer sheets are made, the nodal officer must take a picture of the Aadhar Card, PAN Card, and school ID of the teacher and evaluator. Teachers will have a time of 7 days to complete the evaluation process and return the answer sheets to the nodal officer.

 

 

There is an extremely pivotal update for the class 11th and 12th students of humanities and commerce streams who have opted for Applied Maths as one of the subjects in their curriculum. As per the latest update from the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, a new handbook has been released for the subject.

 

As this subject is a new introduction from this academic year, the board has released the complete syllabus for the students of this subject along with the detailed handbooks. The handbooks have been released on the official website of CBSE @ www.cbse.nic.in and are available for free download. So, the students must log-on to the official website of CBSE and download the handbook as soon as possible.

 

CBSE Syllabus 2020-21: New Handbook Provided To Schools

As Applied Mathematics is a new subject that has just been introduced, no books are available for the same as of now. That is why CBSE has shared the handbook along with the complete syllabus with the schools so that they can start preparing for the classroom sessions. The handbooks comprise of the syllabus as well as exercise pertaining to Applied Mathematics.

 

Therefore, the schools, as well as the students, can use this new handbook to start studying for the syllabus and wait till an official book is launched for the same. So, the students should continue their online classes for the time being and wait for an official announcement from the Ministry of Human Resource Development or the CBSE.

 

CBSE Syllabus 2020-21: Syllabus for all subjects to be trimmed

As the schools are closed due to the lockdown, the academic session has been started in the online mode only. But as students are unable to attend the classes, CBSE and the HRD Ministry have decided to trim the syllabus in order to factor in the time lost.

 

The board realizes that the students have been unable to get on with their studies due to the ongoing situation and that there is a need to trim the syllabus. But as of now, no official announcement has been made by the board on this matter yet.

 

When the CBSE officials last interacted with the heads of the schools as well as the teachers, they agreed to the fact that NCERT and the board are working towards reducing the syllabus for all subjects for class 10th and 12th students. As far as the syllabus is concerned for class 1st to 8th, schools have been authorized to make a decision themselves.

 

In the meanwhile, students of class 10th and 12th have been instructed to continue their studies as per the old syllabus only because the board specified that only topics from chapters would be removed from the curriculum and entire chapters will not be removed.

 

There is finally an extremely important update regarding the pending CBSE Board Exams for class 10th and 12th students across the country. The Human Resource Development Minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, tweeted that CBSE will be conducting the exams for the remaining subjects in the first half of July 2020. He also tweeted that the dates for the pending exams for the 29 remaining exams will be announced soon.

 

He also tweeted that the date sheet will also be released on the official website of CBSE for class 10th and 12th exams along with guidelines and other details soon. The HRD minister also mentioned that exams would be conducted only for the pending exams, i.e. exams which had been completed before the lockdown came into effect will not be conducted again.

 

CBSE Exams 2020: Exams For Class 12th Students From All Over India

As per the information shared by the HRD Minister, six exams will be conducted for class 12th students from all over India. These will only be the main subjects, and exams for electives will not be conducted.

 

The exam dates will be shared by CBSE at a later date. The subjects for which these exams will be conducted include Geography, Home Science, Business Studies, Computer Science (Old), Sociology, Hindi Core, Information practice (Old), Computer Science New), Computer Science (Old), Information Technology, Information Practice (New), Biotechnology and Hindi Elective.

 

CBSE Exams 2020: Additional Exams For Class 12th Students From East Delhi

Due to the anti CAA protests and ensuing riots, exams in the east Delhi region were postponed by the government in view of the precarious law and order situation in the region. Now, the exams for class 12th students whose examination centre was in east Delhi will also be conducted along with the exams for remaining subjects. So, class 12th students with examination centres in East Delhi must appear for all the exams that they could not attempt in the first instance.

 

But any exam(s) that has/have been attempted before should not be attempted again by the students. The subjects for which the exams will be conducted only for class 12th students in East Delhi are Political Science, Chemistry, Maths, Economics, Biology, History, English Core, English Elective N, Economics, Physics, Accountancy, and English Elective C.

 

 

CBSE Exams 2020: Main Exams For Class 10th Students In North East Delhi

As per the announcement from the HRD Minister, the following exams will be conducted for class 10th students, i.e. Hindi Course B, Hindi Course A, Social Science, English Comm, Science, English Lng, and Lit.

 

CBSE has already obtained the list of students who were unable to appear for their exams due to riots in East Delhi. Students must, therefore, get in touch with their schools or CBSE for more information and updates.

 

 

The nationwide lockdown prompted by the Coronavirus pandemic affected all sectors of the country, but the education sector of the country was the worst affected of all. Not only were all schools shut down but the pending exams for class 10th and 12th students were also postponed. There were various rumors doing rounds in the media regarding the pending papers, but no information was available regarding the exact dates.

 

Now, finally, there is an important update for all the class 10th and 12th students whose board exams were halted midway in March 2020. As per the announcement by the HRD Minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, the pending exams for class 10th and 12th CBSE board students will now be conducted between 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020. Check Also >> CBSE Board Exam 2020: Get Subject-Wise List of Pending Papers Here

 

CBSE Exam Dates 2020: Exams Only For Pending Papers

While announcing the dates for the pending board exams on Twitter, the HRD minister also stated that exams would only be conducted for the pending papers. Subjects for which the exams have already been conducted, before the lockdown, will not be conducted again. Moreover, the minister further elaborated that exams will be conducted only for the main papers and not for electives.

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He said that for Inter students (class 12th), only 12 main papers are remaining, so they will only have to appear for those remaining papers. The exams will be conducted for the students of Class 10th And 12th Between 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020. The detailed exam schedule and other relevant details will be shared on the website of CBSE Board soon. Check Also >> CBSE Exam 2020: Board Has Identified 12,000 More Examination Centres, Says HRD Minister

 

CBSE Board Exams 2020: Important update for East Delhi Students

The CBSE Board Exams in examination centres in East Delhi had been postponed due to the anti-CAA protests and ensuing riots in the area. Today, the HRD Minister explained that a total of 6 exams were pending for the class 10th (High School  Students) and 23 exams were pending for class 12th students. These students will now have the chance to appear for these exams on the given dates. Details regarding the examination dates and centres will be shared on the official website of CBSE Board soon.

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Summing up his message, the HRD minister wished the students “All the Best” and expressed hope that all students will be able to perform well in the exams. He also stated that ample time is now available for preparations, so students must utilize this time to prepare for the pending board exams.

After the exams are completed on 15th July 2020, the final results will be released soon by CBSE Board to facilitate the next academic session as well as start the admission process for colleges and universities. For information and updates, students must refer only to the official website of CBSE.

 

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In this video, we are covering class 9th social science geography chapter 1 “India Size and Location”. which is very helpful for all board exams like CBSE, ICSE, and all state board exams. These all video lectures based on the NCERT pattern.

 

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