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BREAKING: CBSE Class 10 exam cancelled, 12th exam postponed

BREAKING: CBSE Class 10 exam cancelled, 12th exam postponed

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NEW DELHI: The CBSE has cancelled class 10th exams and postponed the class 12th exam. This decision was taken after prime minister Narendra Modi had chaired a high-level meeting today.

As per officials, the students will be evaluated on the basis of an objective criterion to be developed by the Board.

Any candidate who is not satisfied with the marks allocated to him/her on this basis will be given an opportunity to sit in an exam as and when the conditions are conducive to hold the exams.

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An overview was given on the X and XII board exam to be held from next month.

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The Board exam for class X and XII conducted by CBSE are scheduled to begin from 4th May, 2021.

The pandemic situation in the country is seeing a resurgence of COVID 19 positive cases in many states, with a few states having been affected more than others. In this situation, schools have been shut down in 11 states.

"Unlike State Boards, CBSE has an all-India character, and therefore, it is essential to hold exams simultaneously throughout the country," stated an official release.

"The Board Exams for Class XIIth to be held from May 4th to June, 14th, 2021 are hereby postponed. These exams will be held hereafter. The situation will be reviewed on 1st June 2021 by the Board, and details will be shared subsequently. A notice of at least 15 days will be given before the start of the examinations," it stated.

"The Board Exams for Class Xth to be held from 4th May to June 14th, 2021 are hereby cancelled. The results of Class Xth Board will be prepared on the basis of an objective criterion to be developed by the Board. Any candidate who is not satisfied with the marks allocated to him/her on this basis will be given an opportunity to sit in an exam as and when the conditions are conducive to hold the exams," it added further.

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