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CBSE Will Take Class 12 Exams In July

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced dates for pending board exams for Class 12 that were postponed to an indefinite period due to nationwide lockdown in March 25. The board said that those were the 29 main subjects crucial for admissions to further courses.

CBSE declared exam dates

The board will conduct exams in two parts – all India and northeast Delhi. The national capital witnessed rioting in the northeast part in February leading to closure of schools for an indefinite time. After the riots, the central government imposed a nationwide lockdown to break the chain of COVID-19. The board also released dates for Class 10 exams for students of North East Delhi online.

Rules for the exams

Each exam will be three hours long and the students are asked to bring their sanitizers in transparent bottles to maintain hygiene. Also, they must wear masks. Parents are also advised to take precautions while allowing their children to go for exams. Students should follow social distancing while commuting and in the examination halls.

Challenges in the board exams

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Delhi Pro And Anti-CAA Violence: 13 Dead, 150 Injured And CBSE Exams Postponed

Delhi violence by pro and anti-CAA protestors left 13 people killed and more than 150 including a child injured. Armed mobs had a free run in the northeast Delhi just 15 km from the US President Donal Trump and his family. There were stones and glasses strewn on the streets and people were sitting behind closed doors.

Delhi police was criticized for delayed action that led to loss of life and property of the people. Also, CBSE had to postpone the board exams to be held in affected areas. Delhi police responded with brute force. Also, the National Security Advisor AjitDoval visited the office of Deputy Commissioner of Police, Northeast Delhi to take stock of the situation.

Highlights of the event

  1. The Union Home Ministry said ruled out calling in the army saying that the situation was under control and there was adequate police force to control the mob.
  2. But Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik first contradicted the ministry’s claim by saying that there was lack of force but later he gave another statement saying that police have full support of ministry.
  3. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal along with Deputy CM
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