CBSE give statement on the issue of examination of COVID positive students

  • The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a significant announcement for students who have tested positive for coronavirus at a time when cases are on the rise across the world. According to the announcement, if a student tests positive for the virus, they would not be required to take any laboratory practical exams. The CBSE reported in a notification that the realistic exams for such students would either be delayed and conducted in April or even after the written exams are finished.

  • According to the CBSE circular, COVID-infected students should be told to relax and isolate themselves at home.

  • Furthermore, the CBSE stated that if an applicant tests positive for COVID-19 and is unable to take the practical exam, the practical exam for that student will be rescheduled.

  • The CBSE's decision would provide relief to a lot of schools and students who were concerned about what would happen to their realistic marks because the tests were proceeding according to schedule and they were being declared absent.

  • In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and recent increase in incidents, the CBSE recently enabled students in grades 10 and 12 who are taking board exams to change their exam centres for realistic and theory exams.


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