Schooling Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal will share the details about the format and examination dates on June 1.
The CBSE board exams for class 12 are unlikely to be canceled and will be held in July amidst strict COVID-19 protocols.
The choice was taken at a high-level meeting held today to decide in regards to the exams. Schooling Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal will share the details about the format and examination dates on June 1, India Today reported quoting sources.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had earlier introduced the cancellation of class 10 exams and postponed class 12 exams in gentle to the worsening COVID-19 state of affairs within the nation.
Various options including conducting exams for under 19 main topics have been discussed within the meeting. The proposal to carry exams for major topics and evaluating different topics by way of different strategies like internal assessment got support from many states through the assembly.
One other choice to conduct a 90-minutes examination for main subjects was additionally mentioned during the assembly. States have been requested to present their views on the different options in a week.
The high-level meeting was chaired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. Pokhriyal, Minister for Ladies and Child Smriti Irani, and Data and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar have been additionally current. Schooling ministers of states and union territories, training secretaries, and chairpersons of state examination boards additionally participated in the meeting.