Board exams
Source: Indiatodaynews.com

CBSE has released new guidelines for the students appearing for examinations in 2021. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is deciding on either to delay examinations or shorten syllabus. Hence, owing to the covid-19 pandemic all these changes are made.

The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) has also delayed the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). Hence, the CTET examination will now be held on 31st January 2021 as per guidelines.

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The CBSE pattern for 2021 examinations will be witnessing major turmoil and changes. Hence, CBSE had issued the new sample papers for the forthcoming examinations. There will be changes in the marking scheme also. CBSE has assured its students of no delay. Hence, they are adopting various measures amidst the pandemic to hold in-time examination.

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CBSE envisions to shorten the syllabus for the students of the academic year 2020-21. Hence, the board will cut short the unimportant parts. The lockdown and the pandemic have deeply affected the education system and the board anticipates finishing the syllabus on time. However, they don’t plan on delaying.

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CBSE Examination date sheets:

Reports from the Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) says that the date sheet for the forthcoming 2021 examinations with release soon. Hence, CBSE Time Table 2021 will be releasing in the coming days as predicted. The students can check for the time table on – cbse.nic.in.

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The board has also shortened the syllabus for the practical examinations of class 12th. The practical exam sessions might also get canceled as students are not attending to classes. Therefore, the nationwide lockdown has resulted in the shutting down of schools. Hence, students can not attend classes for practical tests due to safety issues.

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