- Students of class 10th will not have to take the remaining exams, students of class 12th will be assessed based on the last 3 exams.
- CBSE Board will release the assessment of 12th students who do not want to appear in the optional exam by July 15
Jun 25, 2020, 03:56 PM IST
CBSE has decided to cancel the remaining examinations of class 10th and 12th. The board gave this information in the Supreme Court hearing on Thursday. Now the assessment of the students will be based on their previous 3 exams. They will have the option to take the exam later. The 12th examinations were to be 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 were postponed on 18 March.
On Thursday, CBSE gave so much relief to the students, understand through question and answer …
# 1) How much relief did CBSE give to the students of 10th-12th?
- Students of 10th class will no longer have to take the remaining exams of CBSE board.
- The assessment of 12th class students will be done on the basis of their performance in the last 3 exams.
# 2) Will the topper students fall behind with this decision of CBSE?
Students of class 12 will have the option to take the exam again. If they want, they can improve their marks by taking the exam. These exams will occur when conditions are normal.
# 3) When will CBSE release students assessment?
CBSE board will release their assessment by July 15 for students of class 12 who do not wish to appear in the subsequent optional exam.
# 4) On what basis are examinations postponed?
Parents of children appearing for 10th and 12th examination had filed a petition in the Supreme Court. It demanded that the board should cancel the examinations. 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 be quarantined. Other than the risk of infection, a second cause was counted.
On Thursday, the Center said the Supreme Court, many state governments have expressed their inability to repeat the examinations because many schools have been converted into quarantine centers.
# 5) How much will the decision of CBSE affect the entrance exam of medical and engineering?
Former Professor of IIT Delhi and Professor Prof. Ajoy fatal It is said that this decision will not directly affect the career of students preparing for exams like JEE, JEE Advanced and NEET. Because the admission of these students is to be done on the basis of entrance exam. In contrast, students who are preparing for courses like B.Sc (Hons), BA (Hons) or Economic (Hons). The situation is going to be challenging for them. Because most of the institutes in these courses give admission only on merit.
In institutes like DU, the cutoff scope is increasing every year. Cutoff is approaching 99%. If the students doing 12th this year have targeted to take admission in any such institute, then what will they do is also a big question. For now, one can expect internal assessments to be done with transparency.
- JEE Main – 18 July to 23 July. On the basis of 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.
- Neat – 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 are able to qualify for advanced after JEE Main. Through this, 23 IITs get admission.