New Delhi, April 15. Corona cases have once again started increasing rapidly in many big metros including the country’s capital Delhi. In such a situation, people are again worried about whether the Kovid restrictions will be implemented again in the coming days? Board examinations are to start in Delhi from April 26 and the way the cases of corona are increasing, then there is a crisis in the board exam. Students and their families are afraid that the fourth wave of Kovid may affect the exams again.
Amidst the increasing cases of Kovid, CBSE has made a big change regarding the board examinations. Actually, the board has changed the center of the students for the term 2 examinations. The board has decided that the new center will be separate and slightly away from the schools to the students.
Highlights of CBSE’s new guideline
According to the new guidelines of CBSE, the centers have been allotted for the Term-2 examination for class 10th and 12th.
Term 2 exam will be of 2 hours. The timing of this exam will be from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. It has been said in the guideline that students should report at the examination center by 9:30 am. Entry will not be allowed at the center after 10 pm.
It has been said in the guideline that only 18 students appearing for Term 2 examination will be accommodated in Classroom, while 12 students of Term 1 will be able to sit in Classroom. All students will have to follow the guidelines of Corona, which include social distancing, mandatory mask and temperature check.
Story first published: Friday, April 15, 2022, 17:16 [IST]