The pandemic has hurt all sectors with uncertainty as to when everything will get back to a semblance of normality remaining.
The money was collected through crowd funding after AIPA was informed that several parents are finding it difficult to pay up board examination fee, which has increased excessively.
The board said that examinees will carry hand sanitisers and wear face masks in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The students who think they could have done better if they had taken exams, they may opt for giving exams.
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For students who have appeared in exams in more than three subjects, average of the marks obtained in the best three performing subjects will be awarded.
Another teacher at Sarvodya Vidyalaya, who is also a member of Delhi Government School Association, said, “We are in favour of cancelling the exams but the final clarification will come tomorrow.
Class XII students of CBSE Board will, however, have the option of either taking the exams later or to move ahead with the assessment based on their performance in the last three internal exams.
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While Maharashtra reported 175 deaths and 5024 new cases, there are so far 65,829 active cases in the state as per the latest bulletin.
HRD ministry is consulting home and health ministries on the manner and dates for these examinations.
Several parents have launched an online campaign hashtagged "studentlivesmatter", "livesoverexams" and "cancelboardexams".
It urged the apex court to quash the May 18 notification of the CBSE by which the date sheet for remaining exams of Class XII was declared and also to stay it till the plea is decided by the court.
The move is expected be a boon for students of boarding schools as well as those in coaching hubs who had moved to their home districts in the wake of the lockdown.
The board exams will be conducted for the remaining 29 papers from July 1 to July 15, CBSE said.
The evaluation of the answer sheets has been delayed due to a nationwide lockdown imposed to contain the coronavirus outbreak. The pending board exams will be held from July 1 to 15.