CBSE Date Sheet 2021 wait ongoing to Decide Final Exams for Classes 9th & 11th, Schools Prefer to Conduct Early before Boards

New Delhi, Online Desk. CBSE Date Sheet 2021: Even though the Union Education Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has announced to hold board examinations for the Secondary and Senior Secondary classes of CBSE Board from May 4 to June 10, but schools are waiting for the CBSE datesheet 2021 being done. Most of the schools affiliated to the CBSE board want the board exams and practical examinations to be conducted first as per the time-table for conducting the 9th and 11th annual examinations. Due to the delay in the release of the CBSE Board Exam Time Table 2021, there is confusion about the scheduling of the annual examinations of other classes in schools.

According to the Coordinator of a New Delhi-based school affiliated to the CBSE board, “The biggest problem for schools is the necessary guidelines for conducting examinations. We do not know how the annual examinations will be conducted. We will need more teachers because more batches will have to be made. At the same time, along with the Eternal Examiners, we also have to ensure that our teachers are not doing any other work during that time. According to whatever little information is available, the school would like to conduct the annual examinations before the main examinations and practicals of the board. ”

Another problem is also being faced in schools. Teachers are not clear about the planning of the academic calendar 2021-22. “No information has yet been shared by the board about the examination centers. All schools have a certain number of classrooms for conducting examinations, but due to social distancing this year, more rooms and staff may have to be arranged ”, the Coordinator shared.

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