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Class 10 and 12 board students in Chhattisgarh will have to appear for offline exams: Read details



Chhattisgarh Class 10 and 12 Board Examination 2021 will not be held online as per the orders given by the board officials. The Chhattisgarh Board exams will now be held offline, meaning the students will have to appear physically for the exam. Students who are detected Covid-19 positive are not allowed to take the exams.

If a student did not appear for their board exam due to Covid 19 or Covid Containment zone or lockdown in their area will not be failed according to the officials of the Chhattisgarh board. Instead, they will have to appear for Special Complement exams.

Special Complement exams

Candidates who failed in the exam or did not appear in the exam can appear later for Special Complement exams.

When will Chhattisgarh board class 10 and 12 exam be conducted?

Chhattisgarh board class 10 exams are scheduled to be held from April 15 to May 1, 2021, and Class 12 exams are scheduled to be held from 3 May to May 24, 2021.

SOPs issued by Chhattisgarh board

Social distancing will be observed in the classrooms with proper seating arrangements.

Only 50% of students of total seating capacity to be allowed in a classroom.

Mask will be made mandatory for all the student, teachers, Staff while in the exam centre.


“Announce Class 12 results by July 31” Supreme Court to States



The Supreme Court of India asked all states on Thursday to provide the evaluation scheme for Class 12 results in 10 days. All states will be announcing the Class 12 results by July 31. Andhra Pradesh informed the court that it will be conducting the exams as the Covid-19 cases are reducing and health experts have given them a nod.

However, the Supreme Court has asked them to provide the final logistics by tomorrow, i.e. Friday, June 25, 2021.

SC on Direct Uniform Scheme

“We have made it clear that each board is autonomous and can evolve its scheme. We can look into the correctness of the scheme later,” the Supreme Court informed.

The National Institute of Open School (NIOS) has also cancelled exams but did not inform about the scheme yet.

The Advocate Shashibhushan for petitioners, said, “NIOS has cancelled the exams but not devised a formula for assessment. CBSE has evolved the scheme which can be followed by other states.”

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