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CBSE Pending Exam Of Class 10th and 12th News Report

CBSE Pending Exam Of Class 10th and 12th News Report

CBSE Pending Exam Of Class 10th and 12th News Report

New dates for 10th and 12th standard examinations, which were postponed due to lockdown, have been announced. Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank tweeted about the CBSE board exam. According to the board's April 29 tweet, the exam will be held for only 29 of the 83 subjects now suspended.


Union Minister Nishank said on Friday that he had been waiting for a long time for the rest of the CBSE 10th and 12th standard examinations. Today the date of these examinations has been fixed between 1.07.2020 to 15.07.2020. I congratulate every student who took part in this exam.

Clarification of the Board: 29 subjects will be examined

The CBSE clarified in a tweet on April 29 that now only the examinations in the major subjects required for promotion and admission in higher education institutions will be held. The Board will not conduct examinations for the remaining subjects. In each such case, the Board will issue a separate assessment directive. Exams will be held for only 29 out of 83 subjects when the situation arises where the examination is to be held.




Understudies IN THE U.S. are deteriorating at perusing, and twelve instruction and social liberties associations sounded the alert over what they state is a national emergency.

The National Assessment of Education Progress, likewise known at NAEP or the Nation's Report Card, tests in excess of 600,000 fourth-and eighth-graders out in the open and Catholic schools in math and perusing like clockwork and is viewed as the most precise indicator for how understudies the nation over are improving – or, for this situation, relapsing.

"The diligent holes in perusing accomplishment of understudies from low-pay foundations, understudies of shading, English students and understudies with inabilities on the NAEP require dire activity," John King, CEO of The Education Trust and previous instruction secretary for the Obama organization, said in an announcement.

"Among the significant advances required is a lot more prominent regard for the study of perusing," he said. "As a country, on the off chance that we neglect to respect understudies' entitlement to education, we undermine long haul wellbeing and prosperity of our economy, however of our vote based system."

The dozen instruction and social liberties associations are vowing to help states and regions better comprehend the study of perusing, utilize great educational plan materials that are better adjusted to scholastic gauges, better get ready instructors to show proficiency and increment the government interest in look into based proficiency programs.

"While there are some splendid spots in these outcomes, there is no uncertainty that there is a dire requirement for activity crosswise over states, locale and schools," Jim Cohen, official executive of the Collaborative for Student Success. "States focused on keeping high scholastic guidelines and to grasping the genuine study of perusing guidance are the ones who saw achievement."

Mississippi, for instance, was the main spot other than the District of Columbia that saw score increments in three of the four evaluation subject mixes, including a huge score gain in fourth-grade perusing.


On April 29, CBSE officials said that if the government gives them 10 to 12 days, they will be able to conduct examinations in the remaining 12th standard subjects. The CBSE secretary also sought approval from the government to evaluate the answer book along with compliance with social distance.

10th standard examination for North-East Delhi students only

Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had given an update about the CBSE's 10th board exam three days ago. He said that except for students from North-East Delhi, there would be no more examinations for 10th standard students in the country.

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