CBSE ICSE Board Exam cancelled or not? Shocking Maha government requesting for cancellation of CBSE and ICSE exams 2020.

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CBSE ICSE board Exam Cancellation Row:

Replying to Maharashtra Government’s letter requesting cancellation of pending board exams in Maharashtra State; CBSE and ICSE Boards have informed the state government that cancellation of all pending board exams is not feasible and fair to the students.

Both the central boards have termed the cancellation of pending board exams for few students from a particular state as unfair for the rest of the students.

Furthermore, the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE and Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations, CISCE (or ICSE board as commonly called) have also shared the details of the number of students from Maharashtra that are to appear for CBSE Board Exam 2020 and ICSE and ISC Exams 2020 conducted by CISCE Board.

 

CBSE ICSE board Exam: Board and Maha Govt Meet Held on 6th May:

After receiving a letter from Maharashtra Government requesting for cancellation of CBSE and ICSE Exams in the state, a meeting of Board officials held with Maharashtra State Government to discuss the matter further.
In the discussion, the state government conveyed to the board that the currently prevailing circumstances in the state are not feasible for holding of board exams for students.

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Holding CBSE 12th Board Exam 2020 and ICSE and ISC Exams in the state would put students at serious risk of infection as the number of cases is rising.

 
In response to this, the board officials ruled out the option of cancellation of the pending exams for the students from the state.
The board urged the state government to identify and find a way to hold the pending board exams without putting students at any risk.
They urged that cancellation of exams for the only student from Maharashtra state would be unfair to the students from other states.
 

Number of Students to Appear for Pending CBSE ICSE Board Exam : 

In addition to this, the Central Boards also shared the details about the number of students who would be appearing for the pending exams in the state.
As per the data shared by the boards, about 12000 students are to appear for CBSE 12th Board Exam 2020 while in total around 23000 students are to appear for CISCE Board’s ICSE and ISC Exams.
Using the data shared by both the board’s state government agencies and education department is expected to come up with a detailed plan for the holding of exams in the state.
Final decision about holding off the pending exams will be announced by the state government after coming up with a feasible action plan.
 
CBSE ICSE Board Exam cancelled or not? Maharashtra government requesting for cancellation of CBSE and ICSE exams 2020.
CBSE ICSE Board Exam cancelled or not? Maharashtra government requesting for cancellation of CBSE and ICSE exams 2020.

The Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) views on CBSE ICSE Board Exam

The Central Board of secondary education has made it clear that it’s impossible to conduct Class 10 board examinations amid the nationwide lockdown.
Talking about the category 10 board exams, CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi said the remaining exams were of ‘small subjects’.
He said these subjects might be evaluated on the basis of the candidate’s performance within the internal assessment and other such parameters. He said the results might be compiled on the pro-data basis.
The Central Board of secondary education has made it clear that it’s impossible to conduct Class 10 board examinations amid the nationwide lockdown.
It said these subjects might be evaluated on the basis of the candidate’s performance within the internal assessment and other such parameters. He said the results might be compiled on the pro-data basis.
Due to the COVID-19 induced nationwide lockdown, Delhi’ s Deputy CM and Education Minister Manish Sisodia have asked the central government to promote Classes 10 and 12 students on the basis of their performance in internal assessments.
Sisodia added this is able to be of great help for the CBSE, which isn’t ready to conduct exams due to the pandemic.
 

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