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CBSE Class 10 Exams Cancelled-CBSE Class 12 Exams Postponed

CBSE Class 10 Result based on Objective Criteria and Class 12 exams after June 2021

CBSE Class 10 Exam cancelled: The corona second wave has become a hot topic of discussion across the country in the emerging debt. The Central Education Department has taken a crucial decision on the annual examinations scheduled for next month. It has cancelled class 10 examinations. It has announced that the class 12 examinations will be postponed.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today held a crucial meeting following demands to cancel the annual examinations in
view of the corona boom. Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal met with other top officials and held discussions
on the examinations. Ramesh Pokhriyal said the Prime Minister had said that the welfare of students is the government’s
top priority. Modi has suggested that the decision should be taken keeping in mind the health of the students without
disturbing the academic interests.

When they are held, students taking the class 12 board exams will be given at least 15 days notice

“Pandemic surge in the country. In view of the safety of students in the wake of school closure, we are cancelling cbse class 10 examinations from May 4. We are postponing the class 12 examinations. After reviewing the corona situation on June 1, we will decide on the dates of class 12 examinations. We will announce the details 15 days in advance of starting the exams,” Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said on Twitter.

How the Class 10 Board Exam result will be prepared?

Results based on objective criterion:
In the wake of cbse examinations, doubts have been raised about how results will be published in students and parents, but the Union Education Department has already said that it has already come to a decision on cbse’s results. The results will be published on the basis of the ‘Objective Criteria’ prepared by the board.

If you don’t satisfied with Objective criteria marks you can write exams!

Education Minister also said
“Any candidate who is not satisfied with the marks allocated to him/her on this basis will be given an opportunity to sit in an exam as and when the conditions are conductive to hold the exams”.