New Delhi: The students of north-east Delhi who could not appear in the board examinations of Class 10 and 12, due to the violence around CAA, have been given another opportunity to sit for exams, officials said. Fresh exams will be held from March 21.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had postponed examinations in some parts of north-east and east Delhi between February 26 and March 7 in view of the safety of students after the violence spread rapidly in the area. Students could not reach the examination centers in many places.
CBSE Controller of Examination Sanyam Bhardwaj, in order, stated: “All centers of north-east Delhi and the affected areas of east Delhi will have the English examination on March 21. The Class 10 board exam that took place on February 28, will now be on March 28. The examination for Hindi that was February 29 will be held again in north-east Delhi on March 30. The Music examination of Class 10 will now be held on March 26.”
The Class 10 Science examination — theory and practice will take place on March 24. The business element paper will be on 23 March. Also, the Class 10 examination of Sanskrit will be held on March 27. (IANS)
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