The Delhi Government has permitted schools to reopen classes for grade 10-12 from January 18. The State government has issued guidelines on how to conduct the practical and pre-board examinations. The rule prohibited the entry of symptomatic people, staff and students coming from containment zones. Moreover, it has asked school authorities to maintain precautionary measures including temperature screening, hand hygiene, use of face masks and… read-more
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik has contacted PM Narendra Modi on November 25 to clarify the structure of conducting board exams and the duration of 2020-21 academic session. Patnaik has stated the present ambiguous condition "is leading to anxiety among all". Moreover, he noted that competitive exams and admission processes are interlinked, thus urged "national guidelines with tentative timelines" to prepare accordingly. Reportedly, schools will be… read-more
Maharashtra Educational Minister Varsha Gaikwad reported on November 6 that the state board exams of grade 10 and 12 will not be held before May 2021. She stated that at least 25% of the syllabus should be cut to enable the teachers to complete the course on time. Noting that the present situation of coronavirus would not be over any time soon, exams will be only conducted after completion of syllabus.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the admit card for compartment exam on its official website cbse.nic.in. Candidates can access the admit cards with login ID and password. Reportedly, admit cards for both - regular and private candidates - have been released. As per the schedule, the… read-more
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On September 4, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) stated that those students seeking improvement in class 12 exam marks, can opt for the optional examination scheduled from September 22 to 29. The exams will be conducted along with the compartment exams for classes 10 and 12. Reportedly, the examinees have been instructed to wear masks and carry hand sanitizers to contain the spread of Coronavirus.
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has confirmed, that Karnataka SSLC result 2020 will be declared on August 10. The students are requested to log into the official websites karresults.nic.in or kseeb.kar.nic.in, in order to download the SSLC result once released. The state's education… read-more
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The Bihar School Examination Board announced that it has passed the students of classes 10 and 12, by granting them grace marks even if they had failed in one or two subjects. Reportedly, over 2.14 lakh students have been promoted this way. The move came as the board decided not to hold any supplementary examination due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
A quinquagenarian from a small village in Meghalaya passed her HSSLC (Arts) Examination at the age of 50. Lakyntiew Syiemlie is a teacher at her village, a single mother of four and is blessed with two grandchildren. She had dropped out of school 32 years ago. "Fear of losing job made me write this exam, as it's the only source of income" she said.
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Due to the Covid-19 outbreak hindering Board exams across the country, the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are under discussion of dropping Class 12 performance criterion for admissions this year. Last month several Boards, including CBSE and CISCE, cancelled the remaining Class 10 and Class 12 exams amidst growing concerns over student safety. JEE (Advanced) will be held on September 27.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Around 6.8 lakh students failed in Hindi exam under the UP board education, both Classes X and XII across UP could not pass in their Hindi paper in the UP board exams, the results declared on June 27. According to the Board officials, around 2.7 lakh students of Intermediate and around 5.28 lakh students of High School failed to secure passing marks in Hindi.
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