The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has said the board exams of 2021 will be executed in the formal written mode, adding there was no proposal to conduct the exams online.
The dates of examination, however, have not been confirmed yet, officials said.
According to the Ministry of Education, the examinations’ conduction is significant to ensure the growth as well as a better future of the pupils.
This year, amid the pandemic, a wide range of conversations have been underway among students, parents, teachers regarding the examinations.
From the board exams to classroom operations, everything is being performed virtually.
The Education Minister has scheduled a three-stage dialogue with the alumni, parents, and teachers for performing the examinations. He is likely to talk directly with students, parents, and teachers through webinars on three several dates.
After this virtual dialogue, the education minister will analyze the examinations to be held in the states and union territories. In this way, a comprehensive plan to conduct the examinations will be made according to the orders of the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Home Affairs.
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