Delhi Govt announced Schools in the national capital will reopen for Classes 10 and 12 from January 18, the Delhi government announced on Wednesday. Universities and schools across the country were closed on March 16, following the novel coronavirus.
General instructions issued by Delhi government:
Schools should provide proper guidance to the students required for examination related activities and provide the necessary support. Head of school must plan a timetable for practice of practicals and pre-board related academic work, projects etc.
Although most of the syllabus has been covered in online classes of Class 12 and through worksheets of Class 10, the same may be revised and doubts/difficulties of students may be cleared by the teachers. This will impact positively on the mental wellbeing of students for the preparation of the CBSE Board exams 2021, the notification read.
CBSE has modified the design of question papers of Classes 10 and 12 by introducing Objective Type Questions, Source-Based questions, HOTS questions, Analytical and application-based questions from the session 2020-21. The students should be guided accordingly and given sufficient practice to answer all these types of questions in board examinations, the notification read.
It said the adequate written practice of solving sample question papers issued by CBSE for board exams 2021 be given.
The marks of the internal assessment will be uploaded on the website of CBSE. Therefore, all internal assessments be carried out during this period and proper records of the same be maintained.