ICSE & CBSE Board Exams Cancelled! Class 10, 12 Exams For ICSE, CBSE Cancelled For 2020
And finally, the big relief has come in for all class 10th and class 12th students of ICSE and CBSE boards.
All examinations for CBSE and ICSE Board have been canceled for both Class 10th and Class 12th.
All students will be cleared based on their internal examination scores.
However, there is a catch.
CBSE Class 10th, Class 12th Exams Cancelled
CBSE Board informed the Supreme Court that they are canceling examinations for Class 10th and Class 12th for 2020, that is this educational session.
All the students will be cleared for the exams, based on their marks obtained in their internal examinations.
Basically, this means all class 10th and class 12th students will clear the exam this year.
Parents were indeed worried on the scheduled examination dates, which was between July 1st and July 15th for CBSE Board Class 10th and Class 12th examination.
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But since the board examinations have been canceled, they can be relieved now.
Going to the examination center and appearing for an exam increased the risk of getting infected, and was a health hazard.
ISCE Class 10th, Class 12th Board Exams Cancelled
ICSE has informed the Supreme Court that they will be following CBSE’s path in deciding the board exams for Class 10th and Class 12th.
And this means that they too will cancel their exams for both Class 10th and Class 12th.
This was just announced in the Supreme Court.
But.. There Is A Catch
In the case of CBSE Class 12th marks, in case the student is not satisfied with the marks obtained in the pre-board exams, and internal exams, then they can appear once again for the examination.
The date for this re-examination hasn’t been announced yet, but it gives a nice opening for those students, who received less marks in their pre-board exams.
We will keep you updated, as more details come in.