The BSE announced a number of options on Wednesday, including a plan for validly advance understanding from class 8 to lower grade, and using internal assessment for advance understanding of classes 9 and 11.
The board has opted for board test post lockdown for only 29 important subjects required for school applications.
Currently, there is a message for the CBSE Board official to understand in the midst of the Kovid-19 lockdown.
New CBSE board exam dates have not been announced at this point
CBSE Board official and PRO Rama Sharma said, “Understudies should not be stressed. All experts are conscious of this situation and will give an answer, which would be the biggest benefit of the understandable benefit.”
Despite several choices taken by CBSE on Wednesday, no date was given for the delay in the CBSE board exams.
Due to Delhi’s viciousness and coronavirus epidemic, no timetable has been prepared for the CBSE load up test.
Hence the understanding of CBSE is approached to remain calm and not stress or frenzied over the current circumstances. The message from the CBSE board authority makes sense about all the issues that all experts know they are facing and that they will understand who is the biggest beneficiary of the understanding.