CBSE Decided To Cancel The Remaining 10th and 12th Examinations

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CBSE has decided to cancel the remaining 10th and 12th examinations. The board gave this information in the Supreme Court hearing on Thursday. Now the assessment of the students will be based on their previous three exams. They will have the option to take the exam later.

The Examination Of 29 Subjects Could Not Complete

The 12th exam was held from 1 to 15 July. There are 12 papers of its subjects left across the country. At the same time, in addition to these 12 in north-east Delhi, there are 11 more main subject papers left. These examinations postponed on 18 March.

At the same time, six papers of CBSE 10th are yet to hold in North-East Delhi. In this way, more than 10 lakh students of 10th and 12th have to complete a total of 29 subjects.

If there were no corona, then these examinations would have done at 3000 centers across the country, but due to social distancing, CBSE would need 15,000 centers to get the remaining papers.

Petition Of Parents- The Examinations Should Canceled

The parents of children who took the 10th and 12th examination had filed the petition in the Supreme Court. It demanded that the board should cancel the tests. It argued that CBSE has already decided to cancel the reviews of 250 schools abroad. The petition also gave an example that during exams in Karnataka, the father of a child was found to be Corona positive, and 24 students had to quarantined.

Apart from the petition filed in the Supreme Court, the states of Maharashtra, Delhi, and Odisha had recently written a letter to the Ministry of Human Resource Development and said that the examinations should cancel. Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia had said that there is no place in schools for conducting studies in Delhi.

The Decision Of The Supreme Court Will Clear The Picture Of These 3 Exams

  • JEE Main – 18 July to 23 July. Based on this exam, students qualify for JEE Advanced. Admission is available in NIT, Government, and private engineering colleges through JEE Main. It consists of more than 9 lakh students.
  • NEET – 26 July. Through this, admission in MBBS and BDS is available in government and private medical colleges.
  • JEE (Advanced) – 23 August. Only 2.5 lakh students can qualify for advanced after JEE Main. Through this, 23 IITs get admission.