The CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2021 will be cancelled ?

Students are crossing their fingers for the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2021, as this would have a significant impact on college admissions.

Thousands of CBSE Class 12 students around the country are anxiously awaiting the outcome of the CBSE Class 12 Board Exams, which were postponed by the Central government in April due to an increase in coronavirus cases in India. Students are crossing their fingers for the success of the CBSE Class 12 Board Exams in 2021, as this would have a significant impact on college admissions in India and abroad.

Since a large number of Indian students study abroad, the Union Education Ministry’s decision on the CISCE and CBSE Class 12 board exam is important.

CBSE announced on May 14 that no official announcement has yet been made about the Class 12 board exams. Prior to the start of the tests, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ declared that CBSE Class 12 students would be given a 15-day notice time.

Experts believe that the delay in the CBSE Class 12 board exam results in 2021 will make it more difficult for Indian students to compete.

About 10.9 lakh Indian students enrolled in universities abroad in January 2021, and it was anticipated that the number will rise this year as students who had postponed their 2020 admissions or were waiting for pandemic constraints to be relaxed will also apply. This means that rivalry will rise, and if the results are delayed, it will cause problems for Indian students.

The postponement of the CBSE Class 12 Board Exams until 2021 is also expected to allow students less time to concentrate on the admission process for international universities.

Several teachers and education experts believe that cancelling the CBSE Class 12 Board Exams in 2021 will be unfair to students because the distribution of marks based on average student success during the year would not benefit all students who prepare diligently before the exams in order to achieve successful results. Students would have a harder time getting into successful colleges overseas if their grades are lower.

Earlier The Union Ministry of Education has clarified that no definitive decision on the cancellation of CBSE Class 12 Board Exams has been made.

In the wake of mounting public outcry over the cancellation of the CBE Class 12 Board Exam 2021, the Union Ministry of Education released a clarification on Friday (May 14), stating that no final decision has been made in this regard.

Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases across the country, CBSE Class 12 students across the country are requesting that the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2021 be cancelled. Several students took to Twitter to launch the #SaveBoardStudents online movement, urging the Central government and Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ to either delay the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2021 or test their marks using the class 10 evaluation programme.

An official from the Ministry of Education denied claims that CBSE is preparing to delay or cancel the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2021, claiming that nothing has been decided yet.

“Discussions on the topic are still ongoing. As some parts of the media have suggested, no such announcement has been made on CBSE class 12 exams. “Any decision made in this matter would be made public in a timely manner,” the official statement read.

The allegations were also refuted by a CBSE official. According to FirstPost, he said, “Any decision made in this matter (cancellation of class 12 exams) will be officially communicated to the public.”

Meanwhile, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will hold a meeting on Monday to discuss the issue (May 17). According to sources, after consulting with education secretaries from all states, the Education Minister will make a final decision on the cancellation of CBSE Class 12 Board Exams 2021 during the meeting. During the high-level conference, Nishank is expected to discuss the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the education sector. The minister would also talk about how to promote online education and how to put the New Education Policy into action (NEP).

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