CBSE recognized schools to complete 9th-11th examinations by March

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued guidelines to the Principal-HOS of Board-recognized schools on Thursday for the annual examinations of 9th-11th standard and the start of new academic session. Board Exam Controller Sanyam Bhardwaj said that the schools should start the academic session 2021-22 on April 1 by conducting annual examinations following the guidelines issued for the corona pandemic.

The Controller of Examinations said that now schools have to prepare themselves for face-to-face interaction of students. This will help students to prepare for practical and annual examinations. He will also be able to go to school and check his writing ability. If students have any problem then they can also be diagnosed.

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Examinations will be conducted according to the rules of Corona

Schools will have to conduct 9th-11th examinations as per Corona rules while reviewing the preparation among the students. In order to fill the learning gaps, students will be given a bridge course at the beginning of the session which is specially designed for these students. He said that there was confusion in many schools regarding the annual examinations of 9th-11th and the beginning of new session. He approached the board and asked for suggestions in this regard.

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Practical examinations of 10th-12th will be completed between March 1 and June 11.

CBSE has released the schedule for practical exams on Thursday. According to which schools have been asked to complete the 10th-12th grade practical examinations between March 1 and June 11. Schools must follow corona rules during the 10th-12th board examinations Practical. In which 25 students will be divided into two groups in a batch. So that distance between students can be followed. During this period, the candidates will have to wear masks.

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