NEW DELHI | Every year the 10th and 12th board examinations, starting from the month of February, can be started in the year 2021 with some delay. According to Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, there is no proposal to conduct board examinations in February next year. Along with this, the Ministry of Education has clarified that other procedures related to the board examination to be held in January will also be given additional time. Giving information about board examinations on Tuesday, Union Education Minister Nishank said, “The process of board examinations will no longer be started in January-February.” Significantly, the board exams begin in the last week of February. There are many types of practical examinations conducted during the month of January.
Union Education Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Tuesday detailed interaction on online education, board exam, entrance exam, form of assessment, training of teachers and other education-related issues in live interaction with teachers under the 22nd edition of Shiksha Samvad. Of.
Thousands of teachers from all over the country took part in this education dialogue and raised many questions on various issues related to education, by which the Union Minister addressed the apprehensions and concerns of all. Meanwhile, Union Minister Nishank shared this information regarding the board examinations to be held next year.
Central Board of Secondary Education i.e. CBSE, board examinations will not be online. This examination, to be held in 2021, will have to be given to the students with a pen on paper as before. CBSE officials have clarified that there is no proposal to get board exams online. These exams will be taken in general written form like previous years. However, its date has not been decided yet.
Many parents across the country want the date of board exams to be extended by about 3 months. The parents have sent a proposal to the Ministry of Education regarding the extension of the date of board examinations.
On the subject of dialogue with teachers, Union Minister Nishank said, “I have always been eager to interact with teachers, understand their hopes and aspirations and work accordingly. When I talk about teachers, I am reminiscent of my early years as a teacher. “