CBSE Board Exam 2020: Are you ready for the upcoming CBSE Board Exams? Only 22 days are left for the class 10th and class 12th CBSE Board exams. Yesterday, the HRD Ministry declared that the remaining CBSE board exams will be conducted in the first half of July, i.e. July 1 to July 15, 2020. Therefore, only 22 days are left for revision.
Today, the HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ shared some information during the live conversation in E- Agenda Aajtak. During his conversation with Minakshi Khandewal he clarified that only the students belonging to the North- East Delhi will give the CBSE Class 10 board exams 2020. For class 12, the board will take the exams for the important subject only.
CBSE Board exams: The main 29 subjects
For class 10th (North East Delhi students)
Hindi course A
Hindi Course B
English Lang & Lit
For Class 12 (Nation-wide)
Computer science (Old)
Computer Science (New )
Information Practice (Old)
Information Practice (New)
For class 12th (North East Delhi)
English Elective N
English Elective C
Is there a chance that CBSE will take the exams online?
As the education sector is turning towards the age of online classes, online exams, our anchor asked the minister that is there a chance of CBSE taking the board exams online? To which HRD Minister during his conversation in Aaj Tak E-Agenda simply denied it and said that the board exams will be taken on pen and paper format only.
How is CBSE preparing for the board exams?
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak, the board is now preparing a set of rules and guidelines for the upcoming board exams. For the protection of students and teachers, there will be strict rules regarding social distancing, sitting arrangements, the exam centers will be prepared with all the necessary kits for the students and teachers. The board will take all the precautionary measures regarding Coivd-19.
CBSE board exam paper evaluation needs 1.5 to 2 months
CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathy has also said that CBSE had decided to declare the CBSE Class 10 board results as per the exams already conducted, they hadn’t been able to start off with the paper evaluation yet following which they would be able to declare the CBSE Board Exam Results 2020.
We will need 1.5 to 2 months to carry out the paper evaluation. As soon as we get the advisory from the Central government, we can start off the paper evaluation process while maintaining social distancing,” he said.
Around 70% of CBSE answer sheets still need to be evaluated even though some of them were done in the 15 days of evaluation before the Covid-19 lockdown was imposed.