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On Thursday, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank’ Union Education Minister during a live interaction with Secretaries and Presidents of CBSE Board Sahodaya Schools announced that the certificates and records of CBSE students who were admitted in the past 45 years will be digitalized. The Education Minister while citing that the move will enable CBSE Board students to access their records and certificates online said that the move will assist students enrolled after 1975 to access their CBSE Board certificates digitally.

Pokhriyal on his social media account announced that the records of all the students who enrolled themselves in CBSE in the span of the past 45 years will be uploaded online. This will assist citizens who enrolled themselves under CBSE after 1975 to be able to get certificates easily.

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He added that CBSE will further train over 10 lakh teachers to meet the objectives of NEP 2020 in the coming years.

Union Education Minister in the live session further announced that the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) will release the CBSE Class 10th and Class 12th date sheets on 2nd February. Once the date sheet is declared, students will be able to download the date sheet for class 10th and class 12th from the official website of CBSE I.e.


CBSE Board Exams to Commence from 4th May

As per the upcoming CBSE 2021 examination dates, the CBSE Board class 10th and Class 12th exams will commence from 4th May and will end on 10th June 2021. However, the practical exams for CBSE will begin from 1st March. The results for the CBSE board exams will be declared by 15th July.

Meanwhile, the Central Board of Secondary Education is also remodeling the affiliation system of boards for schools and is further making the procedure entirely digital. The CBSE is seeking to base the procedure on data analytics with no or minimal human intervention. The affiliation system of the CBSE board which is to come into effect from 1st March 2021 has been restructured as per the reforms and recommendations laid down as per the National Education Policy (NEP 2020).



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