Special Examinations will be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education for students who were appearing for their Board examinations, but could not continue doing so because of the violence in North East Delhi.
The special board examinations will be held from March 21 till April 14. Class 1o Special Board examination papers will be held between 21 March till 30 March. Class 12 Special Board examination papers will be held from 31 March till 14 April.
Students have been instructed contact their respective schools on or before 14 March.
When violence hit north east delhi, 15 papers of Class 10 were pending and 34 papers of Class 12 were pending. The examinations continued as scheduled, but many students could not appear for the examinations.
CBSE had also postponed the Board exams in North East Delhi from February 26 till February 29.
Considering the situation, the Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi had announced all schools to closed in the area till March 7.
Though the Board examinations had resumed on March 2, CBSE did not make it compulsory for students in the violence hit areas to appear for the exams. Now, the CBSE has asked the schools to prepare and hand over a list of those students who could not appear for the examinations.