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CBSE board exams Updates | Union Education Minister said exams will be held physically, dates to be announced on 31 December | CBSE 10th-12th examinations will be held from May 4 to June 10, results will be out by July 15

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Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Thursday announced the dates of CBSE 10th and 12th examinations. He praised the students and teachers for working hard despite the corona. -File photo.

CBSE 10th and 12th board exams will be held from May 4 to June 10. Results will be released by 15 July. Prior to this, the practical examinations will start from 1 March. Education Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said in his address on Thursday – The way teachers and parents have prepared themselves in the Coronasal is a commendable compliment.

Education Minister said- Chairman of CBSE is constantly monitoring the system of examination. The entire system is connected to you. CBSE schools running abroad also need not worry. Arrangements are also being made for such schools.

Education Minister said – Despite Corona, the year did not let go
Nishank said- We did not let our children’s year get spoiled. We have conducted the examination with security, alertness and saved their year from being spoiled. The morale with which the students acted is a wonderful example. There are 33 crore students in our country. This is more than the total population of America.

Students and teachers mold themselves to digital learning
On Digital Learning, he said- Our students and everyone faced challenges even during the crisis of Kovid-19. The teachers worked as warriors. Digital studies took place. Students prepared themselves. Yes, there are some students who did not have a smart phone. But, we worked for such students through television and radio.

25 crore students study online in the country among Corona
Nishank said – Despite Corona, our system and education is not extreme. We communicated to all and faced whatever difficulty we faced. Of the country’s 33 crore students, 25 crore students studied online. JEE and NEET were the world’s largest exams in the coronary.

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