Update on CBSE Exams

The whole country is facing a challenging time due to Covid – 19. This is an unprecedented situation. Children are confined at home. Their schools are closed. They are experiencing mental stress and anxiety. In this difficult time, children who have not been able to clear school examinations will be even more upset.
The exams was scheduled from 15.02.2020 for class 10th and 12th. Due to the Delhi (Maujpur – Babarpur) riots, the exams were postponed. CBSE told students those who were residing in the north – east district of delhi who could not move out of their houses and give examinations to contact to their respective schools till March 14, 2020.The schools were directed to provide details of the affected students to the regional office concerned on or before March 16, 2020. “The exams in the area for class 12 will begin on March 31 and conclude on April 14, while exams for class 10 will begin on March 21 and conclude on March 30, a senior board official said.” The exams which were rescheduled for those students who were not able to give due to riots and the pending exams were postponed again due to ongoing pandemic. The students were eagerly for the final decision from March,2020 which affected their mental health.
Now, finally CBSE has come to a decision May 8, 2020. The exams are rescheduled from July 1 to 15, 2020. There will be only main subject exams. Students will be given a week for preparation before the released datesheet. CBSE is taking into consideration some additional technical aspects before finalising the datesheets of the board exams of classes 10th and 12th, due to which, the date sheets will now be released by Monday i.e. 18-05-2020. Inconvenience caused is sincerely regretted,” HRD minister tweeted.
Stay calm and positive
Do not take stress during the exam even if you don’t know the answers to the questions asked in the exam. Try looking at the easy questions first. It will build some confidence and then move to the next level. Try to drink water and stay relaxed mentally. Remember, if you have prepared well for your examinations, you are going to succeed.