During the COVID-19 pandemic, the CBSE board exams 2021, the top board officials announced the exams of class 10 and 12. The duration of the exams will be held in February to March and all the students have to prepare for the upcoming examinations. The controller of examinations Sanyam Bhardwaj from the Central Board of Secondary Examinations defines that as of now the board exams have no plan to delay the board exam 2021. The statement given by Sanyam Bhardwaj comes into headline after the CBSE confirmed that the 10th and 12th board 2021 exams will be conducted offline. The board exams are confirmed that all the students have to give offline exams at the schools in 2021.CBSE Class X, XII Board Exams Held in Feb-March 2021, Check All Details Practicals & Assessments

The postponed post shared by many students to postpone the JEE Main 2021 and CBSE board examinations while many parents were voicing security concerns for their wards. Students and parents who have any concerns are advised to post their questions now as we can tell that they can be addressed by the Education Minister himself. All the student have to give exams to clear their exams. The CBSE board announced the exams duration and now the students have to prepare for the exams to score highest marks in the board exams.

According to a recent update, the board has approved that the CBSE board exam 2021 will be organized with pen and paper mode and the board has no plans to organize the exam through online mode. In an interview, a CBSE official said that if students do not get the experience of organizing practicals in classes, then the option of CBSE Practical Exam 2021 can be examined because due to the COVId-19 epidemic, many schools organizing practical classes. This is a major issue for many students of 10th and 12th.

In addition, the board has released CBSE sample papers 2021 based on the revised and reduced CBSE syllabus 2020-21. These CBSE sample papers are important resources to understand the new exam pattern of the upcoming CBSE Board Exam 2021. With this help, you will be able to understand the upcoming exam pattern. If you get to more information, then you can visit the official website of https://cbse.nic.in/.

After talking about the examinations, Bhardwaj also said that government will be reopen the schools and said “Usually, schools get around 1.5 months. This year, they may get more than two months to conduct practical exams and complete all formalities while keeping COVID-19 guidelines in mind”. So, if you want to know more updates about the CBSE boards or any other educational feilds then stay tuned with us and get all the updates here.


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