CBSE pending board exams to be conducted from July 1 to 15


HRD Minister said that the CBSE will direct the pending twelfth tests and tenth tests for Northeast Delhi understudies during these dates.

True to form, the Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal declared the dates for the pending CBSE assessment. The CBSE will direct the pending tenth and twelfth board tests between July first to July fifteenth for an absolute number of 29 subjects.

CBSE needed to defer all the board tests after March eighteenth because of the COVID-19 pandemic that was spreading the nation over and the resultant lockdown.

A complete number of 41 subjects must be deferred which incorporates tests that were dropped in Northeast Delhi in February because of the brutality that the region experienced.

CBSE had before educated that not all the staying 41 subjects will be directed and just 29 most significant subjects will be held. Of these, 23 are Class 12 subjects, and tests for six Class 10 subjects will be held uniquely in North East Delhi. In the remainder of India, no further tests will be held for Class 10.

Association Human Resources Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal had before mentioned the CBSE and state sheets to start the assessment procedure for the Class 10 and Class 12 tests. On April 21, the CBSE had denied bits of gossip that these tests might be dropped. The assessment procedure for the tests will take around one-and-a-half months once it starts.