CICSE Class 10th & 12th students can skip pending board exams. The class 10 and 12 students of CICSE board can choose not to appear for pending board exams and be marked as per their performance in pre-board exams or internal assessment, according to top officials. The board had also submitted the proposal before the Bombay High Court on Monday in response to a petition filed by a parent seeking directions to the authorities to cancel exams in view of the spike in Covid-19 cases. Follow our website to get daily updates.
CICSE Statement About Class 10th & 12th Board Exams:
Gerry Arathoon, Chief Executive and Secretary, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), said that the students will have to communicate their option to their respective schools by June 22.
The exams which are postponed due to the lockdown to contain spread of COVID 19, are now scheduled to be conducted from July 1 to 14. However, several parents have been demanding the exams be scrapped.
“The students will be given two options, which are they either appear for the rescheduled exams or choose to have their results based on their performance in the pre-board exams or internal assessment. The option will be available only for the pending exams, the result of the subjects for which exams were already conducted, will be calculated as per performance in the exam only,” Arathoon said.
Pending Exam Schedule:
The pending CBSE exams are scheduled from July 1 to 15. The schedule for the board exams has been decided in order to ensure that they are completed before competitive examinations. While engineering entrance exam JEE-Mains is scheduled to be held from July 18 to 23, medical entrance exam NEET is scheduled for July 26.
According to Home Ministry guidelines, there will be no exam centres in containment zones.
“Wearing of face masks by teachers, staff and students will be mandatory. There shall be provisions of thermal screening and sanitiser at the centres and social distancing rules will have to be followed at exam centres. Special buses may be arranged by states and UTs for transportation of students to exam centres,” the Home Ministry has said.
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