CBSE Board Exam 2021: Students demand exam dates as official timetable not yet announced

By : |November 16, 2020 1

CBSE Board Exam 2021: This may be the first time students in the majority are rooting for exams to happen. In fact, it might not be trending on Twitter like June-July, but students are bombarding the EduMin, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal and CBSE official Twitter account to demand exams. In 2020, exams for Class 10 stood cancelled, while Class 12 students could take correction exams.

The last announcement tweet regarding exams from CBSE was about the form correction deadline. There, it stated, (translate) “The last chance for students to change the city/centre on CBSE and CTET exam forms is from 07.11.2020 to 16.11.2020. This was November 4, after that, there has been no update.

CBSE will release time table for Class 10 and the three streams of Class 12, Science, Arts and Commerce, on the official website.

Reduced CBSE Board Exam syllabus

CBSE had announced a revised academic curriculum for the session 20-2021 from classes 9 to 12. “The changes made in the syllabi have been finalised by the respective course committees with the approval of the curriculum committee and the governing body of the board,” said the notification from CBSE. It also states that they took this decision keeping in view the prevailing health emergency in the country and different parts of the world. The syllabus had been rationalised as much as possible while retaining the core concepts.

This may be a relief to students but only till students know when exams are going to happen. Thus students are asking for dates.

What are students saying?

Asking nicely, this student requests the CBSE to announce dates of the exam. She said:

Not being as nice, this student has the same problem and wants a response from the EduMin or CBSE. He said:

About student plainly sought an answer from CBSE regarding the CBSE Board Exam

So does this student

These exams will further hold precedence over when NTA will conduct JEE Main and NEET Exams. Thus, the students are rightly hyped up.

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  1. Smriti
    #1 Smriti 16 November, 2020, 12:58

    Pls postpone our board exam

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