HRD minister announces date sheet for remaining class X and XII exams, begins from July 1.
The date sheet of the remaining CBSE exams for class X and XII is released by the Union HRD Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. The remaining exams will commence from 1st July and will conclude on the 15th of July.
The exams of class XII will begin with Home Science on 1st July and will be followed by Hindi (core) and Hindi (elective) on 2nd of July. Business Studies will be scheduled for 9th of July and Geography and Sociology will be held on 11th July and 13th July respectively.
Computer Science (New), Information Practice (Old), Information Practice (New), Information Technology will be held along with Computer Science (Old) on July 7.
The exam for the scholars of sophistication XII who weren’t ready to take the test thanks to the riots in north-east Delhi are going to be conducted for Physics on July 3, Accountancy on 4th July , Chemistry July 6, English July 8, politics July 14. The exam for Mathematics, Economics, History and Biology are going to be persisted July 15.
For class X, the exam for science are going to be conducted on July 1, Science on July 2, Hindi Course A and B are going to be conducted on July 10, English Communicative and Language and Literature are going to be persisted July 15.
The board had previously notified that the exams are goining to be conducted for just 29 main subjects that are required for promotion and are important for securing admissions in higher educational institutions.
The exam for sophistication X are going to be held just those students who weren’t ready to take the test due to the protest in north-east Delhi.
The board wasn’t ready to hold the exams on eight examination days because of COVID-19. While, four other exams in the North-east Delhi district weren’t able to take place due to the riots were halted within the region of North-East Delhi district because of the riots. Also, a really small number of scholars from and around this district weren’t ready to appear in exams on six examination days.