Central Board of Secondary Education
Managements of 10 school express willingness during a hearing conducted by Directorate of School Education
The syllabus was cut as nearly four months of classes were lost due to the Covid-19 pandemic and consequent lockdown.
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.
As per CBSE, with 88.78 per cent pass percentage this year for Class 12, the pass percentage has increased by 5.38 per cent.
The hands-on learning experience of AR will help in preparing the students for a career in the digital economy.
"Cyberstalking is when an individual is repeatedly or constantly followed, watched or contacted through any electronic means."
The exams were postponed due to the nationwide lockdown imposed on March 25 to contain the spread of COVID-19.
CBSE will announce a detailed schedule of the exams later
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."
HRD minister will interact with state education ministers through video call on Tuesday to discuss issues like handling of COVID-19, mid-day meal programme and Samagra Shiksha programme
A GO to this effect was issued by Special Chief Secretary to Government, Education, Chitra Ramachandran.
Given the prevailing scenario, the school education department is left to choose between either conducting the Summative Assessment (SA) II for classes I to IX or directly promote students to the next class without exam
The board has postponed all exams till March 31 and evaluation work has also been suspended.
"It shall be responsibility of examination centres to ensure that candidates for board exams are seated at distance of one metre from one another."