CBSE is offering students the opportunity to write 10 or 12 exams in their districts in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, so that children who have gone to their own districts or other states will not have to worry about lock-down.
This information was provided by Human Resources Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. Nishank said thousands of students had fled to their homeland following the Covid 19 crisis and CBSE had decided to take the exams in the district itself, taking into account the problems of the students who would take the board exams.
The minister said that the CBSE would announce the framework for registering the requests of students in this regard.
The minister said that the student should inform the school where he is from and where he wants to take the exam. The CBSE board is trying to arrange the exam at their own convenience, he said. Nishank said students will be able to know where to sit for the exam in the first week of June.
The school was shut down due to the spread of Covid 19 and the postponement of the examination since March 25 was announced nationwide. The exams will be held from July 1 to 15. The Class XII examination will be held across the country and the Class X examination will be held in North East Delhi.