After two years of online education, schools are now functional in fully physical mode. CBSE Board examinations are also scheduled to be held from Tuesday in physical mode. CBSE this year has taken two terms to assess the students. Currently, students will be appearing for Term-2 examinations which start from their English Examination today, i.e April 27.
Amid the rise in covid cases at the time of Board examinations CBSE has advised the schools to allow only 18 students in a single classroom and those suffering from Covid-19 will be provided with separate rooms.
CBSE officials have provided Rs.5000 to every school to purchase precautionary equipment like thermometers and sanitizers. The candidates appearing for the exam will be paid Rs.5 each day for sanitization of schools daily and other arrangements to ensure the control of the spread of viruses in schools.
The results for students who missed their Term-1 examinations will be calculated as per the final results of Term-2 exams.
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The CBSE has asked to conduct practical examinations of students who have missed it so that their final results can be calculated.