Central Government Canceled CBSE 12th Class Board Exam

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The Central Government has decided to cancel the CBSC exam. The central government has decided not to take the test in the interest of the students during the Covid crisis. CBSC has also agreed to this stance of the central government.

A meeting was convened this evening under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the CBSC Class 12 exam in the midst of the Covid crisis. All pros and cons were discussed at the meeting . The meeting also discussed three alternative options already proposed between the state and the Union minister.

Prime Minister Modi has tweeted about the situation and the 12th Class Board exam has been canceled. “We have had extensive consultations on this matter and we have finally taken this decision. Our aim is to protect the health and future of young people,” he said. Behind the

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Value Measurement

Test Most students and parents are skeptical about how the value will be measured. Officials who have been informed of the affiliation, will not be examining the Class 12th board this year. CBSC, meanwhile, said it would take a decision based on the student’s results according to this material standard.

Already three years of student achievement has been suggested. Schools have already been asked to provide details regarding the marks obtained during the board exams for students 9th, 10th and 11th. It is possible to calculate the class 12th result based on the students’ demonstrated achievement during these three years. This is no final decision.

Will submit his report to the Supreme Court today. The case is already being heard by the Supreme Court and the Attorney General will inform the court on June 3.

The Education Minister had informed the Supreme Court on June 1 that the board should not be examined in this case of Covid infection. The Supreme Court hearing on the PIL filed for the cancellation of the board examinations has already been debated on the issue and the CBSE and the ICSC said that if the policy of the previous year was abandoned, the court should give proper reasons. The bench adjourned the hearing to June 3.

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