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The CBSE is preparing to open school on odd-even basis.

The CBSE is preparing to open school on odd-even basis.

The CBSE is preparing to open school on odd-even basis.

the Central Board of Education (CBSE) is preparing for a major change, The CBSE schools will see a number of major changes to protect students from infection and to meet the loss of studies.   According to CBSE sources, the syllabus from 1st to 12th can be deducted from 25 to 30 cents in this session. The students will come to the schools on the odd-even pattern. Students in each school will be called on the odd-even pattern based on their roll number (ID number). In this way, a child will come to school three days a week and the other three days he will have to attach online classes from home. On Saturday, full classes will be installed instead of half-day.

The CBSE is preparing to open school on odd-even basis.


That is, there are 28 Saturdays in seven months. The full-day class would lead to 3 periods. That means a total of 84 periods will be extra. Some schools are also planning to put up classes on Sundays. It takes 7 to 8 minutes to write homework in each class. Instead of getting homework notes, printed worksheets will now be given which will save time. Students of one section will not be able to go to another section. Festival and winter vacation holidays will be reduced to complete the syllabus. More than one entry-exit points will be created in schools so that there is no rush at the same time. The benches will keep a distance of one and a half feet. Where the first two students sit, there will now be a sitting, so that the distance remains. Tell us that all school colleges have been closed due to the growing havoc and lockdown of the Coronavirus across the country. Schools can be started after 15th July on behalf of Central Board of Education. subscribe chauhansameer.com for educational news, career news, delhi news, delhi news today.