CBSE's 10th and 12th board examinations started today, more than 30 lakh students will take part

Feb 15 2020 11:39 AM
CBSE's 10th and 12th board examinations started today, more than 30 lakh students will take part

New Delhi: The Tenth and Outer Board exams of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) are starting from today. This year, the government has made special preparations for board exams. This year, the board has introduced several new methods in the examinations, including two-tier mathematics, with fewer questions.

This year, 30 lakh 96 thousand 771 students have been registered in the tenth and twelfth board exams. Along with this, students have been given QR code based admit card. In the CBSE board examinations starting today, the Admit Card has been given only to those students who are found to be correct on mandatory parameters including attendance. Let us tell you that it is compulsory for students to be present 75 percent to sit in the 10th and 12th class examination conducted by CBSE.

Recently, in the notification released by CBSE, all schools have been instructed to complete the attendance count of students by January 1. As per rules, students whose attendance will be less than 75 percent will not be allowed to appear in the examination. After which the Admit Cards have been issued following the order given by the Board by the schools.

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