CBSE 12th Board Exam 2011 expected to be canceled due to COVID-19 surge
The demand for the cancellation of the 12 th Board Exam this year is growing rapidly. As in this situation of the pandemic, it is not safe for the students to go outside for the exams. Though the Board is expecting to review their decision according to the condition in the two weeks.
A senior ministry official said, “Given the current situation, there is possibility of scrapping the exams altogether. CBSE will review the situation and probably would have to work out an alternative assessment scheme for the Class 12 students”.
The senior CBSE official also said, “ The pandemic situation at present is at least four times worse than last year and schools are likely to stay closed for the rest of the session. Although a final decision is to be taken after a review in June, in the current scenario it is unlikely that exams are going to be conducted anything soon.”
Ashok Pandey, director, Ahlcon Group of School, New Delhi, says that the situation in India continues to be the same, then there is no alternative rather than to cancel the exam. “It is obvious now that exams cannot take place in June and to wait wishfully for a later date conducive for examination is entirely untenable.”
Source:- Times of India
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