For class 10, the science exam has been deferred to May 21. Earlier, it was scheduled for May 15.
The dept said the exams will be held during peak summer and the timings are not conducive to the health and well-being of students
With online learning replacing classrooms amid the pandemic, students of Class X and XII who will be appearing for the CBSE board examinations in May, are bracing for a challenging task.
According to Indira Rajan, secretary-general, National Council of CBSE Schools, there has been a lot of confusion among schools about the restructured affiliation process.
The State government has decided to introduce the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus for classes 1 to 10 in a phased manner.
The Council of CBSE Schools Kerala (CCSK) is holding a motivational talk series exclusively for students of grade 10th and 12th on February 26.
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The question received a lot of criticism for imposing a point of view on students and branding all farmers with malicious adjectives.
Hence, the CBSE regional officer should take steps to approve new centres for students who seek a change in centre, it said.
Though CBSE had announced the board exam schedule for Classes X and XII, there was no clarity on the exam schedule of other higher classes.
The CBSE said in case of the candidates of examination-2020, old practical marks will be taken while computing results.
According to CBSE officials, the exam schedule was prepared based on the Centre’s calendar in which Eid-ul-Fitr holiday falls on May 14.
This year, class 12 exams will be conducted in two shifts and will continue till June 11.
The Council of CBSE Schools, Kerala (CCSK), an association of CBSE-affiliated schools, took legal recourse against the state’s lackadaisical attitude.
CBSE restructures affiliation system; process to be completely digital with least human intervention
The new system, which will come into effect from March 1, has been restructured as per various recommendations for systemic reforms laid down in the new National Education Policy (NEP).
However, teachers, students and other staff from containment zones will not be allowed in the schools.