Today PM Modi to Chair Meeting On CBSE 12th Board Exams: Today evening, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will preside over a key conference on Class 12 board examinations. According to Government of India sources, PM Modi would be briefed on all feasible choices as a result of thorough negotiations with all states and other stakeholders.
Following the announcement by the Union Government that the Class 12th board exams will be mandatory, some states have begun to declare either the pattern in which the exams will be held or their approximate dates. Many others, such as Delhi, Punjab, and Jharkhand, have expressed their displeasure. CBSE offered two forms of tests during a virtual meeting on Sunday, May 23: the first option was to conduct tests at designated centres for 19 major topics, while the second alternative was to hold examinations twice depending on the favourable scenario.
“Performance in key courses can be used to measure lesser subjects. This can be done if the board has a three-month time frame that is clearly and safely available. August is a likely month for the tests, and the entire procedure is expected to last until the end of September,” a source told the news agency PTI. “The tests can be performed twice by the board depending on the conducive situation,” the source said of the second option. If a student is unable to appear due to a COVID-related issue, he or she will be given a second chance to take the tests.”
“Instead of three hours, the tests will last 90 minutes and will be held at the same schools where pupils are enrolled. The questions will be objective and require a quick response. According to the source, students will be required to appear in one language and three choice disciplines. The Prime Minister is due to meet with the states this evening to discuss how the exams will be performed in the midst of the ongoing Covid epidemic.
The Supreme Court was notified on May 31 that the Centre will make a final judgement on whether or not to hold Class 12 board exams in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak within the following two days. Attorney General K Venugopal told a special bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari, “Give us time until Thursday and the government will come up with a definitive conclusion.” In the current COVID-19 issue, the top court was hearing a petition by attorney Mamta Sharma demanding the cancellation of CBSE and CISCE Class 12 exams.
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