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CBSE 12th Board Exam 2021 LIVE Updates - No Exams for CBSE, CISCE Class 12th Students
[Published on: 01.06.2021]

CBSE 12th Board Exam 2021 LIVE Updates

  • CBSE Class 12 Board Exam LIVE Updates : Class 12 board exams will not take place this year for CBSE and CISCE students, the decision came after a meeting between high-profile ministers of the Narendra Modi government. The meeting was chaired by PM and attended by the Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar and Union Minister of Defence Rajnath Singh.
  • Government of India has decided to cancel the Class XII CBSE Board Exams. After extensive consultations, we have taken a decision that is student-friendly, one that safeguards the health as well as future of our youth, said PM.
  • Now, the CBSE and CISCE will be releasing the criteria for assessment. The government said that it will be a well-defined, objective method that will ensure timely results. Recently, CISCE and CBSE schools were asked to submit data of class 12 students performance in classes 11, 10, and 9. It is expected that the final class 12 marks could be calculated on the basis of performance in internals and past three-year performance. A final decision, however, is awaited.
  • In the last meeting between PMO and officials from the Ministry of Education, it was decided to cancel class 10 board exams. This time, it is expected that a final call will be announced from the government’s side. Once the govt takes a call, it will be informed to Supreme Court on June 3. The SC is hearing a plea seeking cancelation of class 12 board exams and has asked govt to come up with a ‘good reason’ who it wants to deviate from last year’s plan to cancel class 12 board exams, if at all.
  • During the meeting with PM, Rajnath Singh is expected to share a brief on opinions received from different stakeholders. In an earlier meeting chaired by Rajnath Singh   several issues were raised while most states had agreed to hold exams at a later stage, some were against holding exams and suggested an alternative mode of assessment. Demand for vaccinating children before asking them to appear for exams was also raised in the meeting. The majority still were in favour of board exams and CBSE had suggested holding exams between July 15 and August 26.
  • Central Boards — CBSE and CISCE — have also given suggestive timelines to the government. CBSE suggested the government that exams  can take place betwee July 15 and August 26. The second national board or CISCE has asked schools to collect data on students’ past performance including pre-boards and scores of the past three years. Schools have been asked to submit it by June 7.
  • After discussion between state and central ministers, the government has come up with three alternatives – option A: holding exams for only major subjects, option B: holding exams on a new format including short answer type questions, and option C: assessing students based on their performance in the past three academic years. The final decision taken by the government will be shared with the Supreme Court on June 3.
  • The decision taken by the government will have to be communicated to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court hearing to a plea seeking cancelation of class 12 board exams  has asked the government why it is deviating from its decision held in 2020 which promoted students to the next class without exams. Even though exams for some subjects were held last year and this year none of the exams could take place, the SC has given the government time to decide its decision which will be taken up in the next hearing scheduled to be held on June 3.
  • Several states have asked the government to take a uniform decision  for students across the country including those studying in state boards as well. “I am requesting the Hon’ble PM for a uniform national policy for examinations like the Standard XII boards to not impact the kids’ future,” Maharashtra CM had said.
  • The case on board exams is still up in Supreme Court, the SC will also have a stance on the government’s decision. After class 12, a decision on entrance exams including JEE Main and NEET is expected soon. College admissions have also been put on hold because of the postponement of the academic session.

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