NEW DELHI| The date of CBSE board examinations of class 10th and 12th has been announced. This board examinations to be held in 2021 next year, will start in May this time. The board examinations will start from May 4 and run till June 10. The same results of the 10th and 12th board examinations will be declared by July 15. On Thursday evening, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank officially announced these dates for the board examinations. Both the Union Ministry of Education and the CBSE have made it clear that board exams will have to be taken in examination centers. There is no option of online examination for board exams. These examinations, like every year, will be taken through pen-paper this time too.
Announcing the board exams, Education Minister Nishank said, “No program related to board exams will be held this year in January or February. Practicals for board exams will start from March 1, while in normal years practicals will be taken in January. Go and board exams start from February and continue till March. ”
Various parent associations have also expressed satisfaction over the date of board examinations. President of All India Parents Association, Ashok Aggarwal said, “We welcome the dates fixed by the central government for the board exams. We had demanded from the government that the board exams be conducted in May-June so that the students get their own To get extra time to complete the course. ”
Wishing the students good luck, the Union Education Minister said, “CBSE has already reduced the syllabus by 30 percent for board exams. Apart from this, all other problems of the students will also be solved. We are studying in CBSE schools in 25 countries of the world. Students will also be given solutions. Students studying in CBSE schools abroad need not panic, we are also working for them. ”
Union Minister Nishank said that in many countries of the world the Corona epidemic overtook the session of education. At the same time, this did not happen due to the hard work of teachers and parents in India. Students are constantly studying online. Many students do not have the resources to study online, such students are being provided on-air education through TV and radio.