CBSE Date Sheet 2021 class 10th and 12th
CBSE Exam 2021: The Central Board of Secondary Education announced the 10th and 12th grade board examination programs on Tuesday. Both board examinations will start from 04 May. CBSE Controller of Examination Sanyam Bhardwaj said, ‘The 12th examinations will be conducted in two shifts so that the exam time is reduced. In the second shift, only those subjects which students from schools abroad have not taken optional. ‘Examination in the first shift will be from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. The second shift exam will run from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
He said, “In the second shift, the examinations will be completed in four days. The examination schedule is designed in such a way that the total number of students appearing at the examination centers at one time is limited. This will help the examination centers to strictly follow the covid-19 security protocol. Under the security guidelines, no teacher / staff of the school working in the morning shift will be put on duty in the afternoon shift. ‘
He said, “This year the exam will take less days than last year. The exam concluded in 45 days in 2020. But the exam schedule in 2021 is 39 days. ”He said,“ There is enough time for both classes between the core subjects examinations. This will reduce the stress of the students and will help in preparing for the exam better. ‘
Due to covid-19, all the schools were closed from March 2020 following the government order. After that the schools were partially opened from 15 October. The board examination was halted in March last year due to the epidemic. Later it was decided to cancel the examination and the result was announced on the basis of an alternative evaluation program.
As per the examination schedule released by CBSE, the board examinations will start from May 04. According to this, the 10th class examination will run till 07 June while the 12th class examinations will end on 11 June. Normally the practical exams for CBSE board exams start in January and written exams begin in February and end in the first week of March or April. However, due to Kovid-19 this year, the examinations are being delayed by about three months.