Thereafter, the CBSE has started investigating the matter. The CBSE has said that not conducting the examination may affect the future of the students. Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the board had received several requests from students and parents to cancel compartment examinations, but they recently decided against it as it could have a negative impact on the future of students. Giving more details about the conduct of compartment examinations this year, the CBSE has also talked about several exemptions given by the Ministry of Home Affairs for safe and responsible conduct and evaluation of the examination amidst the Kovid-19 epidemic.
Since CBSE compartment examinations are being conducted this year, the Ministry of Home Affairs has given an exemption to open educational institutions for conducting and evaluating examinations amidst the Kovid-19 epidemic. The Ministry of Home Affairs has also given equal dispensation to higher educational institutions and universities to conduct final examinations for last semester students this year. As per the guidelines of Unlock 3, the Home Ministry has allowed universities and schools to conduct several administrative activities on campus, although students will not be allowed to attend classes physically until August 31. CBSE Class 10 and 12 Results 2020 were released by the board during the lockdown and pending examinations were canceled to reduce the risk of infection to students. The students for these subjects were passed on the basis of internal assessment. Students who are not satisfied with their result may appear for examinations of the canceled subject papers later. The CBSE will soon conduct a compartment examination for students on the basis of standard operating procedures (SOP) issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs. subscribe chauhansameer.com for Delhi news, Delhi news today, career news.