Candidates, who will appear for the CBSE Term 2 exam, can download their admit cards by visiting the official website of CBSE at cbse.gov.in, or download it by clicking on the drict link given below
As per the decision, the exam timings will be 10:30 am and won't be conducted in two shifts.
Some students had filed a plea in the Supreme Court demanding cancellation of board exams 2020, but the SC rejected the plea throwing the ball in the court of the concerned authorities
The decision of the Apex Court has sparked a meme fest on Twitter with many welcoming the decision while others once again raising their concerns over the conduct of exams in offline mode
Students from over 15 states had earlier moved the Apex court seeking direction to all boards including CBSE and ICSE not to hold offline exams
The government fact check agency, PIB Fact Check has busted the fake news claiming that henceforth, there will be no board exams in class 10
Students alleged that their educational institutions have failed to complete the syllabus and therefore, conducting the exam amid the pandemic will cause more harm than any good to them
The Minister further advised students to be mentally prepared for the exams as the government will ensure no delay in the conduct of exams and also in the declaration of results.
The Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has issued important notice regarding the Class 10 (ICSE) and Class 12 (ISC) board examinations 2022.
CBSE will be conducting two examinations: Term- 1 and Term- 2 examinations (year end exam) in the session 2021-22.
The Council had earlier initiated the process for reduction in syllabus following disruptions in educational activities due to extended Covid 19 induced lockdowns.