Board Exams for Class 10th have been cancelled and 12th exams have been postponed, said the Union Ministry of Education on Wednesday.
According to the revised date sheet for CBSE board exams 2021, the Class 10 exams would be held between May 4 and June 7.
Schools across the country were closed in March last year to contain the spread of COVID-19 ahead of a nationwide lockdown.
The high-quality video lectures in English and Telugu currently available for students in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh State boards, with lessons for CBSE and several other State boards getting ready
The registration process for the webinar shall commence from March 1 to March 8, 2021 on CBSE website.
Existing investors Sequoia Capital India, Omidyar Network India and Waterbridge Ventures also participated in the funding round.
The move comes amid an ongoing litigation in the Supreme Court against the conversion of all government schools, from classes 1 to 6, to English medium.
As per the revised timeline, every year the application window for fresh affiliation and upgradation of affiliation will open three times - March 1 to 31, June 1 to 30 and September 1 to 30.
The Education Minister has already clarified that there will be no change in the syllabus for medical entrance exam NEET or engineering entrance exam JEE-Main next year.
Every following day was celebrated with the same enthusiasm conducting Taekwondo, Sports Quiz and rope skipping.
The Board will conduct practical exams for Class 12th from January 1 till February 8 as per tentative dates.
A bench headed by Justice A M Khanwilkar was also informed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) that it will commence the academic calender for undergraduate courses from October 31
A bench comprising Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and Sanjiv Khanna urged the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the University Grants Commission (UGC) to devise an arrangement on the issue.
The counsel for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said the board has increased the number of examination centres for compartment tests from 575 to 1,278.
The panel, comprising Chief Justice Raghavendra Singh Chouhan and Justice B Vijaysen Reddy, was dealing with a public interest writ petition filed by the Hyderabad School Parents Association
As many as 28,362 students registered for the exams from the State, out of which 28,314 appeared and 28,090 passed, translating the pass percentage to 99.21.
There has been a marginal increase of 0.36 per cent in the pass percentage as against last year.