The Ministry of Human Resource Development [HRD] has given consent to the students who had shifted to different districts or states because of the COVID-19 lockdown can write their leftover exams from home district or place of their choice. This announcement is applied to the CBSE students of class 10 and 12. The Central Board of Secondary Education is one of the popular boards across the nation.
Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, the HRD minister said, ‘Students will have to inform the schools in that particular district where they plan to appear for the board exams. They will have to be in regular touch with the schools so that they know their board center in the district where they are currently residing.’
As per the latest report, the corresponding board officials will hold the leftover exams for class 10 and class 12 students between 1st and 15th July 2020. CBSE officials have issued an official notice to inform the students about the new announcement. The notice reads, ‘Keeping in view the problem of the candidates, who have shifted to other districts than the district of their examination centre, CBSE has decided to shift their examination centre to their present district.’
To confirm this announcement, the board will release an official notification in the 1st week of June 2020. Those candidates are asked to stay in touch with their corresponding schools to know the issuance date of the CBSE notification. The remaining exam papers for class 12 students include Physics, Chemistry, Political Science, Biology, Mathematics, Accountancy, Home Science and Business Studies.
On the other hand, the 10th class exams for the students will be held for a total of 6 subjects in the North-Eastern regions of Delhi. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest updates about different exams and results.