Schools can conduct practical exam for students suffering from COVID-19: CBSE

New Delhi: CBSE has given relief for all the students who unable to appear for CBSE practical exams 2021. Recently, CBSE issued a notice that students who have tested positive for COVID-19 can give their board practical exams before the end of CBSE board exams 2021. In March, India witnessed a spike in corona virus cases, and due to this reason, some students were unable to appear for the practicals exams.

“If any candidate is absent in practical because of being COVID positive or any family member – mother, father, brother and sister, etc – is reported COVID positive, schools will conduct practical of such candidates at an appropriate time in consultation with the concerned regional officer but latest by June 11, 2021,” the official notification read.

Schools can conduct practical exam for students suffering from COVID-19 till June 11, 2021. So, students are instructed to keep checking the official website of CBSE for the latest updates about the board practicals and the theory exams.

There is no such announcement on postponing the exams. Class 10 board exam will begin on May 4 and will end on June 7. Class 12th board exams will start on May 4 and will concludeon June 14.

In the meantime, CBSE has released the new syllabus for classes 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th. For the next academic session, there is no reduction in the syllabus. So students are advised to refer only new syllabus released by the board on the official website.

On Friday, Delhi reported 3,594 new cases, which is the highest one-day spike of this year.

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