-There will be more gap between 2 exams as compared to that of last year.
-The state government would also repoen schools so that students can prepare for the practicals.
CBSE, a week after its declaration about the mode of board exams, said that the board exams for classes 10th and 12th will be held in February-March ’21. It also stated that there are no plans of delaying the board exams; however students would get more gap between exams as compared to the gaps provided last year due to academic loss.
The board exams to be conducted in offline mode will not be delayed as stated by the exam controller of Central Board of Secondary Education. He also said that the board will be able to administer exams in offline mode without any trouble as CBSE has successfully completed the compartment exams amid the pandemic.
The students will be relieved to know that the gap provided between 2 exams is more than what they have been granted in the previous board exams as the academic losses need to be taken care of because of the pandemic.
While throwing light on the situation of practical exams, he said that the state governments would soon reopen schools so that students can prepare for their practicals and also clear their doubts on the issues faced during practicals.
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