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CBSE has made it clear that it will conduct the board examination for Class 10 and 12 after the lockdown period is over

New Delhi:29/4/20: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made it clear that it will conduct the board examination for Class 10 and 12 after the lockdown period is over.

The CBSE tweeted on Wednesday: “Recently there has been a lot of speculation regarding CBSE Class 10th board exams. It is reiterated that the board’s decision to hold the exams for 29 subjects of Class 10 and 12 stands the same as mentioned in the circular dated April 1, 2020.”

The board also tagged Union Human Resources Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishak and a news agency in the tweet.

The examinations will be held for 29 subjects.

Meanwhile, talking about the board examinations, Nishank said: “Out of the 83 exams of CBSE for Class 10 and 12, 29 will be held. The marks of the remaining optional exams will be based on internal assessment. The exams for 29 papers will be conducted after the situation becomes normal. The students should continue with their studies.”

The HRD Ministry has also refuted rumors about the cancellation of the board examinations. The ministry said that as soon as the situation becomes normal, the board examinations of Class 10 and 12 will be conducted.

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