Prime Minister Announces Cancellation Of CBSE Class 12th Board Exams

Prime Minister Announces Cancellation Of CBSE Class 12th Board Exams

In the midst of the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic, the CBSE class 12 exams have been dropped, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared subsequent to leading a pivotal meeting on Class 12 board exams today evening.

PM Modi said that the conclusion on the Class 12 CBSE board exams had been taken in light of a legitimate concern for understudies because of the irresolute circumstance formed because of the pandemic. The Prime Minister was informed pretty much every one of the potential choices for Class 12 understudies. 

An audit meeting was hung on today from 5:30 pm to talk about the fate of the CBSE and other state board exams in the midst of the pandemic. Authorities gave a comprehensive demonstration on the wide and broad discussion held up until now and perspectives got from all stake holders, including the state governments.


Class 12 results on distinct objective criteria

During the vital meet of PM Modi with Union Ministers and different authorities, it was additionally concluded that CBSE will find ways to amass the results of Class 12 understudies according to a "distinct objective instructions" in a time bound way. "Class XII results will be made according to distinct objective rules in a time bound way," the PM said.


What PM Modi said on class twelfth board exams 2021

PM Narendra Modi has announced the elimination of class 12 board exams this year because of the pandemic circumstance. In a tweet, he expressed, "Administration of India has chosen to drop the Class XII CBSE Board Exams. After broad interviews, we have taken a conclusion that is student amicable, one that defends the wellbeing just as fate of our youth."

The Prime Minister additionally said that the conclusion on Class 12 CBSE exams has been taken in light of a legitimate concern for understudies. He expressed that Covid has influenced the scholarly schedule and the issue of Board Exams has been causing enormous uneasiness among understudies, guardians and educators, which should be put to an end. "The wellbeing and security of our students is of most extreme importance and there would be no compromise on this viewpoint," the PM said. He said in the present time, such assessments can't be the cause to put our youth in danger.
  "Students ought not be compelled to show up for exams in a mainly upsetting circumstance," PM Modi said, adding that all associates need to show affectability for understudies.

Alluding to the wide consultative interaction, PM Modi communicated appreciation that a student-friendly conclusion has been reached in the wake of counseling all associates from across the length and breadth of India. The PM likewise expressed gratitude toward the states for giving approval on this issue.
PM Modi likewise said the predominant Covid-19 circumstance is a powerful situation the nation over. While the numbers are descending in the country and a few states are dealing with the circumstance through successful miniature control, a few states have still selected a lockdown. Understudies, guardians and educators are normally stressed over the health of the students in such a circumstance. It was likewise concluded that like a year ago, in the event that a few students want to take the exams, such a choice would be given to them by CBSE, as and when the circumstance gets helpful.


Delhi CM on Class 12 board exams cancellation

I'm happy twelfth exams have been dropped. We all were stressed about the wellbeing of our kids. A major alleviation: Arvind Kejriwal


Welcome the decision to drop Class 12 exams: Sisodia

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia welcomes the decision to drop the Class 12 CBSE exams. The minister who likewise holds the Education portfolio said: "Students ought to be assessed based on their past performances."

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