- The board has made it clear that only 29 out of 83 subjects will have examinations, these will be the same subjects, which are necessary for going to the next class.
- Except for the students of North-East Delhi, no examination will be conducted for students of class 10 in the country.
May 16, 2020, 06:40 PM IST
new Delhi. The dates of examination of the remaining subjects of CBSE 10th and 12th due to the lockdown will be announced on Monday, May 18, instead of 5 pm today. Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank gave this information by retweeting on Saturday. The board has already stated that now not only the remaining 83 subjects will be tested, but only 29 subjects.
Nishank said, 'Now the time table will be announced on May 18 due to some additional technical aspects before finalizing the datesheet of the CBSE board exams.'
CBSE is taking into consideration some additional technical aspects before finalizing the datesheet of the board exams, due to this, the datesheet of class 10th and 12th examination to be held today at 5 pm is now announced on Monday (18-05-2020) Will be up to@PMOIndia @HMOIndia @HRDMinistry @SanjayDhotreMP
– Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) May 16, 2020
Exams in 29 subjects across the country and Delhi remain
In view of the situation in the country due to Corona, CBSE had stopped examinations of 83 subjects. The board made it clear that out of these 83 subjects, only 29 subjects will have examinations. These will be the subjects which are necessary to move to the next class.
Students of North-East Delhi will have 10th exam
The situation was also clarified regarding CBSE's 10th board exam. Except for the students of North-East Delhi, no examination will be conducted for the students of 10th standard in the country. The exams had to be postponed due to the violence in North East Delhi during the CAA and NRC protests. The education minister had said that the 10th board examinations have been completed in all states. Exams for the remaining 6 important subjects of 10th will be conducted in North-East Delhi soon.
Students failed in 9 and 11, one more chance
Apart from this, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has given another chance to pass the failed students in classes 9 and 11. All CBSE related schools will provide a chance to the failed students for all the subjects in which they have failed. Schools may decide to promote students to the next class by taking discounts online / offline or innovative tests.