Good things happen during critical situations. This has been proved in case of 9th and 11th class students who failed in the exams this academic year. As per the latest news, the Central Board of Secondary Education has decided to give one more chance to the failed candidates in the school-based exams. By giving another opportunity, the students can enhance their performance in the exams. This decision has been made considering the current situation of the nation amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The board officials have announced it via the official micro-blogging website. The tweet reads, ‘In view of the unprecedented circumstances of Covid-19, Union HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pkhariyal Nishank has advised all CBSE schools to provide an opportunity to all students, who have failed in 9th and 11th to take online/offline tests.’ Sanyam Bhardwaj, the Controller of the board said that the school authorities will hold the 9th and 11th class exams either online or offline modes.
He once again said that it is a one-time opportunity given to the students only this year keeping the current condition of the nation in mind. He further added that the board has to make this decision upon the requests from the parents and students. Regardless of the completion of the exams and declaration of the results, this opportunity will be extended to the failed aspirants. This facility is offered to the students regardless of the number of test papers and attempts.
By providing such restoration for the failed students, they can further make a decision on promoting them based on the test. The CBSE controller said that everyone must make certain efforts to diminish the stress levels and anxiety from the students amid the nationwide lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest updates about the pending exams and the result announcement status.