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Education Minister Disclosed The CBSE Board Examination Dates; Exam To Begin From May 4

Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has announced CBSE board exam 2021 start dates on his official Twitter Handel. This year, the theory exams for class 10 and 12 will commence from May 4 to June 10, 2021. Practical examination for both classes will be held from March 1, 2021.

He further added in his live session, CBSE class 10 and 12 result may be announced by July 15, 2021. He wishes good luck to all the students and teachers for new innings.

Detailed CBSE Board Examination date-sheets 2021 is to be out soon on the official website of CBSE – Along with this, the Central Board of Secondary (CBSE) is also expected to release guidelines for exams and prevention measures for COVID-19 at the exam center.

Recently, the CBSE controller of examination notified that practical examination for both classes 10 and 12 will be organized at schools’ lab as o-lab practical are not possible. He also clarified that no syllabus will be reduced further. As per the report of TIMES NOW NEWS, he also announced that only 12 students will be allowed to sit for board examinations 2021.

The exam will be held in offline mode at the decided examinations center. Candidates are advised to visit the official website – for a complete exam and practical schedule and take all the mandatory precautions regarding pandemics. Keeping ourselves safe is the most important priority.

Mr. Pokhriyal has already conducted many live sessions to solve the problem facing by the teachers and students. Earlier, it was conducted on December 10, December 16, and December 22 to discuss board exams, JEE mains 2021, and NEET 2021.

Generally, CBSE board exams are conducted from mid of February but due to the COVID-19, this year exams have been delayed to cope with the study loss during the closing of schools and will be held in May. This year, the syllabus has been also reduced for academic sessions 2020-21. Question paper will be arranged on the basis of the latest CBSE 2021 syllabus.


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