CBSE Board Exams | Attn Teachers ! Education Minister to go live with you on 22 Dec regarding Board Exams


CBSE Board Exams | Attn Teachers ! Education Minister to go live with you on 22 Dec regarding Board Exams

Ramesh Pokhriyal has rescheduled his interaction with teachers and students through Twitter and Facebook, for 4PM on 22 December 2020 to discuss the issues pertaining to the Board Exams
 
CBSE Board Exams | Attn Teachers ! Education Minister to go live with you on 22 Dec regarding Board Exams
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  • Changes to question papers format - more MCQs and Objective
  • Format changes for Practical Exams
  • Ample time to prepare for Board Exams

There have been a lot of posts on social media announcing the dates for the CBSE Board examinations to be held in 2021. However, CBSE had clarified that the Board will announce the dates on its portal and apart from that NO NEWS is to be believed.

In the meanwhile, the Union Minister of Education, Ramesh Pokhriyal has rescheduled his interaction with teachers and students through Twitter and Facebook, for 4PM on 22 December 2020 to discuss the issues pertaining to the Board Exams, studies and question papers formats, etc.

“CBSE is well aware of the condition of students and parents in the time of pandemic and, therefore, whatsoever decision would be taken by the CBSE that will only be taken after consultation with all the stakeholders and will be communicated at an appropriate time through Board website.” - Central Board of Secondary Education

The Ministry of Education tweeted earlier today evening that the WEBINAR on Facebook and Twitter (follow and interact with #EducationMinisterGoesLive) has been rescheduled following the overwhelming response to the earlier announcement.

Pokhriyal, in his last webinar had clarified that the Board examinations may get delayed if the COVID-19 pandemic spread is not brought under control. He had also hinted that there could be an alternative to the practical examinations format as almost all schools have remained closed during the pandemic outbreak.  He had also mentioned that the question paper format might see several changes in terms of difficulty as well as format - the questions could be more application based and consist of more MCQs and objective type questions.

He had also assured that the students will get ample time to prepare and the exam dates will be announced well in advance.  

Image Source: Twitter Account of Ministry of Education

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