In a letter to heads of institutions, the CBSE has informed that the activity of submission of data of eligible candidates through LOC will begin from June 16, 2022.
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Addressing a presser, Congress spokesperson Amiya Panda demanded that the examination of students who remained absent in the Class 10 Summative 2 examinations be conducted on a fresh date.
At a high-level meeting held today, the chief secretary reviewed the power situation in the backdrop of rise in the electricity demand in the State.
It is seen as a big challenge for the State government to conduct the annual exams in such conditions when in the pre-pandemic period, exams were conducted in March before the advent of the heatwave.
The Odisha government today warned stern action against those circulating fake question papers and rumours regarding answersheets on social media.
In its notice, the CBSE has stated, “It has come to the notice that in Term II practical examinations, in the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology etc, two practicals are to be performed in one and half hours duration.”
Both Board of Secondary Education (BSE) and the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) are now holding consultations with all the stakeholders and a decision on class 10, 12 board exams.
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“Examinations for Standard 10 and Standard 12 will be conducted as per the orders and guidelines of the respective Boards/ Councils/ Regulatory Authorities,” read the SRC order.
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School Closure & Extra Offline Classes: Students & Teacher Reaction
As the major subject board exams of the CBSE begin countrywide for Class 10 and 12 students; here is how guardians, students and teachers reacted to the same.
The bench said it hopes and trusts that authorities will take all precautions and measures to ensure that no one is exposed to anything untoward in the examination process.
CBSE Controller of Examinations, Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj reveals the reason for dividing Class 10 & 12 Board exams into two terms.