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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There is an important update announced by the HRD Minister, Mr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. As per his latest announcement, the Central Board of Secondary Education has shortlisted 12,000 more examination centres for conducting the pending CBSE Exams 2020. Previously, the government had identified 3,000 examination centres for conducting the exams but now that 12,000 new centres have been added to the list, the total number of examination centres stand at 15,000 for CBSE Exams 2020. Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Results 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification

In order to minimize the risk facing the students during the exams, the government had decided to allow the students to appear for the CBSE Exams 2020 at their schools instead of different examination centres.

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The standard practice of neutral examination centres will not be followed to minimize the travelling requirements for the students. While making the announcement, the minister had earlier tweeted that, “CBSE has given students the opportunity to take the exam in their own schools. Earlier, only 3,000 examination centres were identified, but now there will be an examination in about 15,000 examination centers. The new examination centres have been added to strictly follow the social distancing norms.

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CBSE Exam 2020: Safety Guidelines Issued By The Government

As the CBSE Exam 2020 is being conducted during the looming threat of the Coronavirus pandemic, strict safety guidelines have been issued by the government. Check Latest >> CBSE Results 2020 Likely By July End: HRD Minister

  • Social distancing will be observed during the exams strictly. Students will be made to sit farther away from each other.
  • Using hand sanitisers and wearing of face masks will be mandatory for all the students and teachers.
  • Students will also have to undergo thermal screening before entering the exam hall.

CBSE Exam 2020: Special Arrangements Made For Students

In addition to allowing the students to appear for the CBSE Exam 2020 in their own schools, various other special arrangements have been made for the students. The respective state governments have been asked to make special arrangements for the transportation of students to and from their homes to the examination centres. There are strict guidelines from the home ministry to ensure that no examination centres fall in the containment zones. This is another reason behind an increase in the number of examination centres.


In the meantime, CBSE is continuing the evaluation process for the subjects for which the exams have already been conducted. After these pending exams are conducted, their answer sheets will also be evaluated along with and the results can be expected by the end of July 2020.

Students are advised to plan their preparations according to the exam schedule and adhere to the safety guidelines specified by CBSE to avoid any inconveniences.



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.




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.