CBSE class 12th exams cancelled!

In view of the current situation, the union government, on Tuesday June 1, cancelled CBSE class 12th exams. Keeping in mind the safety of the students!

Prime minister Narendra Modi took the decision in the meeting. Ministers from related fields and stakeholders attened the meeting. After the cancellation, it has been decided that a well defined criteria! It will be formed in order to compile the results of class 12th students.

Board exams cancelled

The results will be based on a system. That which will include the internal assessment of the students. The same will be informed to schools in due course of time.

It has been quite relieving for the students and parents. They were signing petitions all the while to cancel the exams. The hashtag “cancelboardexams” has now been converted into “boardexamscancelled”.

The decision is thus welcomed by students and parents as the long drawn anxiety among all of them has been put to an end. After several months of protesting, students have finally got what it seems to be a no exam year and which has never happened in the history of board exams.

“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,” says PM Narendra Modi.

Due to the uncertain conditions created by Covid-19. It is believed that the students should not be forced to appear for exams in such a situation. The health and well being of students is the topmost priority of the government. It will not be compromised on any grounds. And if the students feel like appearing for exams, they will be given a chance after the situation improves.

“To ensure safety & security of students, teachers and parents and to put an end to anxiety in the minds of class XII students. In a meeting chaired by Hon’ble PM Shri @narendramodi Ji, it was decided to issue CBSE results based on well-defined criteria”, said the Education Minister, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal in his tweet.

But there still has been a concern among the students about the criteria of calculating the result. Recently, schools were asked to submit the data of students from class 9-11. The results will be based on performance in previous three years, but an official statement in this regard is yet to be out.

After the cancellation of CBSE exams, it was decided that ISC board will too remain cancelled in view of the situation across the whole country.

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