CBSE Board Exam 2021: Board Responds to Student’s Petition to Postpone the Exams

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New Delhi, 8/4: The CBSE Board 10th and 12th examinations are scheduled to begin on May 4, 2021. In view of the worsening situation of Coronavirus in the country, there is a lot of skepticism about the examination in the students. Nearly 1 lakh students of CBSE board class 10th and 12th have filed a petition on change.org demanding that the cancellation of board examinations.

An official of the CBSE Board has given a statement to PTI. According to him, at present, there is no idea of ​​canceling the board exams or making it online. Adequate arrangements are being made to keep the students safe from infection. The COVID protocol will be followed for this. The number of examination centers is being increased to maintain social distancing.

All those present in the examination center must follow the Corona Guidelines to avoid Coronavirus during the exam. Teachers, students, and staff must compulsorily put on masks and sanitize their hands from time to time. Also, sanitization will have to be done in the centers even after the start and end of every shift.

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