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Source: outlookindia.com

Its speculated that the Pre-board exam of ICSE and ISE in Lucknow will commence from January 10th, 2020.

In Lucknow, before the final board exams, two pre-board exams are conducted by the schools. It is for the preparation purposes of ICSE and ISC. The first pre-board exam will likely start on 10 January 2021. The second one will be held in the last week of February 2021.

The final board exam of ICSE and ISC will be conducted in April. The Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) is all geared up to conduct the board exam in April 2021. Keeping this in view, a suggestive program is designed by the Unaided Private School Association.

The reports said that the board exams are expected to be scheduled in April or May next year. The reports say that the board is deciding on the dates for the board exams. The exams are to be conducted for ICSE – Class 10th and ISC Class 12th.

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Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations’ (CISCE) Chief Executive and Secretary asked the Chief Election Commissioner for the schedule of the state-wise elections to be held in April and May. The Chief Executive and Secretary of CISCE wrote last week to the Election Commissioner because according to the election dates the board exams will have to be scheduled or preponed.

The final date sheet will be prepared then.

The Council asked the Chief ministers to allow partially opening of schools for the students of Class 10th and 12th. This is keeping in mind that these students have their boards. The Council asked for the reopening of schools from January 2021.

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All the schools have to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. The schools and educational institutions are closed from March due to the imposed lockdown. However, some states allowed the class 10 and 12 students to attend offline classes from October 15th, 2020.

Many states didn’t reopen the schools due to the rising Coronavirus cases in the state or area.

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