Yesterday the Union Education Minister announced that the CBSE Board exam for 2021 would be held between May 4 and June 10. The minister told the exam dates; however, the exam date sheet is yet to get released.
Yesterday evening, the Union Education Minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal, addressed the students through various social media platforms. During this meeting, the minister announced the date for the upcoming CBSE Board exam. However, the CBSE date sheet for the 2021 board exam is yet to come. The dates for the CBSE board exams were delayed owing to the coronavirus pandemic. After carefully speculating the situation along with teachers, the Education Minister decided to postpone the exam. Teachers welcome the delay in conducting the exam. As the delay will help the students prepare better for their exams.
Important announcement regarding CBSE Board exam:
CBSE Board exam dates 2021:
To ensure a conducive environment for students and teachers, the CBSE Board has decided to delay the board exams. Based on the feedback and consultation with teachers and students, the CBSE Board has decided to postpone the exam to May. According to the latest announcement, the exam will start on the 4th of May to the 10th of June.
CBSE Board exam 2021 practical dates:
However, the minister announced that the CBSE would conduct a practical/ Internal assessment/Project of class 12 from March 1, 2021, up to the theory examination’s last date based on the school’s convenience. The announcement is applicable for class 10 practical exams too.
When will the results for CBSE Board exam 2021 for standard 10th and 12th release?
The Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said the CBSE board exam 2021 for standard 10th and 12th results would be announced by July 15, 2021.
Will the CBSE Board exam 2021 be online?
Refuting claims suggesting online exams, the minister said the CBSE board exams would be held offline, thus providing an equal opportunity to all the examinees.
What will be the pattern of the exam?
The CBSE Board exam for 2021 will have 33% internal choice with a 30% reduction in the syllabus. Also, the exam will be conducted in the offline written mode as it had always been.