The transparency in student assessment carried out by the institution is extremely essential to build confidence in the students about the remodelled evaluation strategy in the current academic session.
With the centre scrapping the CBSE examination of class 12, the state boards need to ponder upon its implications in the context of the lockdown and pandemic in their territory, integrity of schools, education and evaluation pattern.
The Board Exams for Class XII to be held from May 4 to June 14, 2021 are hereby postponed and will be held after reviewing the situation on June 1, said the notification issued by the controller of examinations of CBSE.
Earlier, over one lakh students of classes 10 and 12 signed petitions urging the CBSE, and government to either cancel the board exams or conduct them in online mode.
Under the new CBSE rule, students can appear for improvement exams within the same academic year.
The CBSE board exams will be held from May 4 to June 10.
Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that the ministry had received over 1,500 suggestions from educationists on the reduction of syllabus.
Consequent upon a group of parents moving the SC for cancellation of the remaining exams, the apex court had last week directed the CBSE to consider scrapping the board exams for class 10 and 12