As the second wave of the coronavirus is going in the country, the CBSE had canceled its class 10 board exams and delayed the examination of Class 12. After this other state boards also delayed or canceled the examination. For the regular updates regarding examination you can keep checking edutyee.in or else you can visit the official website cbse.nic.in on regular basis.
As earlier the CBSE Class 12 Board exam was scheduled on May 4, 2021, but it was canceled due to the second wave of the COVID-19. The new datasheet or new schedule will be taken on June 1st, 2021 but it will depend on the situation of our country.
Also, the CBSE class 12 practicals exams schedule will also be released in June. As we know it was scheduled to be at March.
Union Cabinet Minister for Education Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has informed us earlier that a new datasheet will announce after June. As you can see in the below tweet. He also told that students will get a notice from their schools regarding the exams at least 15 days before.
PM श्री @narendramodi जी के नेतृत्व में हमारी सरकार इस संदर्भ में सभी परीक्षार्थियों,अभिभावकों एवं शिक्षकों को आश्वस्त करना चाहती है कि भविष्य में सभी निर्णय विद्यार्थियों के कैरियर एवं स्वास्थ्य दोनों को समान महत्व देते हुए उनके उज्ज्वल भविष्य को दृष्टिगत रखते हुए ही लिए जाएंगे। pic.twitter.com/xJPhy9G9Ta
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) April 14, 2021
The students from the class 9 to 12 will have to give exams like MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)based questions, source base integrated questions. And also the case based questions in upcoming days. So they can keep up with their studies while staying home.
CBSE has decided that they’ll introduce a minimum of 30 percent competency-based questions within the variety of MCQ. 20 percent of the questions will in objective type and also the remaining are 50 percent short answers and long answer questions, for Class 9th and Class 10th.
For Class 11th and Class 12th, the question paper will be 20 percent competency-based questions, 20 percent will of objective type questions, and the remaining 60 percent will be short and long answer type question.
CBSE students have to be ready for these styles of examination in the future.