The remaining examinations of the Central and Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for class 10th and 12th will be held at 15,000 centers.
CBSE 10th-12th Exam 2020: CBSE has released the datesheet for the remaining board exams of 10th and 12th. These board examinations of class X and XII will be conducted at more than 15 thousand examination centers across the country. The number of examination centers has been increased by more than 5 times as compared to earlier. This has been done so that the examination centers are not overcrowded and students can take their exams with safety and ease.
Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said, “CBSE had earlier identified only 3 thousand exam centers, but now about 15 thousand exam centers will have the exam.” That is, the number of examination centers for board exams has been increased by five hundred percent. In fact, social distancing will be the biggest way to protect students from corona infection during examinations. Parents will also have to provide necessary information regarding their children to CBSE.
CBSE Controller of Exam Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj issued the instructions along with the datasheet saying “During the board exams all students have to follow the rules of social distancing in the examination center. Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on the subject of board examinations Stated, “A special task force has been formed for schooling which has almost completed its work. It will be decided when and where the students will come to the examination center.
The Ministry and CBSE have decided that the examination will be conducted only in the students’ schools. Board examination can be arranged in schools adjacent to the container zone or for any other reason. Substantially fewer students will be allowed to sit in the examination centers than before. The remaining students will take the exam in other rooms. A distance of at least five, six feet will be placed between the students. To do this, one or two desks between 2 students will be kept empty.
Similarly, after getting admission in the examination center, all the students will sanitize their hands. It is mandatory to keep the nose and mouth covered during the entire examination. The students will have to arrange for sanitizer in the examination center. Outside the examination center, students must follow the rules of social distancing.
Issuing the written guidelines, Sanyam Bhardwaj said, “Students have to bring sanitizer in the transparent bottle. Also, parents have to provide information about their children in case the students are unwell in any way.” The remaining examinations will be conducted at 15,000 examination centers. Earlier only 3,000 centers were planned: Human Resource Development Minister