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CBSE to release Board Exam Datesheet on 2nd February

CBSE to release datesheet on 2nd Feb

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said on Thursday that the datesheet of the CBSE 10th 12th exam will be released on 2 February 2021. He announced this while he was interacting with CBSE Sahodaya School presidents and secretaries through video conferencing. It is worth noting that CBSE 10th 12th examination will start from May 4 and will run till June 10. Practical exam will be held from 1 March. The results of the examinations will be released by 15 July.

CBSE Board Examiners are now waiting for the subject wise datesheet which will end on February 2.

Nishank said that CBSE will digitize the records of 45 years of the students.

The education minister said that various education boards of the country including CBSE have started work towards implementing the new education policy. The CBSE board will prove to be inspiring in this direction. The path of reforms under the new education policy will come through this board.

The Education Minister discussed the changes to be included in the curriculum and school processes from the academic session 2021-22 with the heads of more than a thousand schools through webinars.

According to the statement issued by CBSE, the new education policy 2020 is the first education policy of the 21st century in the country. It covers primary classes to senior secondary level. It aims to universalize education and make education accessible, equitable, and inclusive.

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