The new decision will be applicable for the examinations to be conducted from December 7, 2021
The CBSE guidelines for paper setters clearly state that they have to ensure the questions should be academic oriented only and should be class, religion neutral and should not touch upon domains that could harm sentiments of people based on social and political choices
As per the circular, the facility for change of examination city/country will be available for the students who are residing in some other city/country and not in the city/country where they are studying because of Covid-19 situation.
CBSE Class 10 & 12 Term 1 Exams: Teachers Feel Offline Exam Pressure Is Good For Students
In a tweet, CBSE urged the students to be alert and stay away from misleading information being circulated on social media.
The CBSE is slated to hold two examinations in the 2021-22 session. As per the plans, the Board has decided to conduct Term-I Examination and Term-II Examination or the Year-end examination as one-time measure to address the issues surrounding the Covid pandemic situation.