NEW DELHI: Following cancellation of the Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) Class 12 board examination, the CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi on Thursday stated they’ll strive to give the consequence in the shortest possible time.
While talking to ANI, Anurag Tripathi stated: “We can not fix any date or time this day but we also know that this work must be performed as soon as possible. I would ask to of us and students that we are able to strive to give the consequence in the shortest possible time before students need to give the consequence in the higher education institution or foreign institutes.”
CBSE Secretary stated the evaluation direction of of Class 12 CBSE board is probably going to launch up inside of 15 days.
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“We put a matter to that inside of two weeks we are able to steal the criteria on what parameters the consequence of 12th examination might well be made. This is able to per chance steal about two weeks because we need to attain a lengthy discussion because there are 14 lakh students, whose outcomes are to map,” he stated.
When ANI requested CBSE Board Secretary that if students are not gratified with the evaluation direction of then what chance might well be given to them. He stated students who are not gratified with the effects might well be ready to give examination one after the other.
“In the round issued after the cancellation of the 12th examination, it is a ways clearly mentioned that students who are not gratified with the assertion and genuinely feel that injustice has been performed to them and fill that he/she can attain higher, then an chance to appear in the examination might well well be offered by the CBSE as and when the scenario turns into conducive,” he added.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has cancelled the Class 12 CBSE board examination after a lengthy deliberation direction of including all stakeholders on June 1.
Earlier on April 14, Union Training Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has announced the cancellation of the Class 10 Board Examination because of the the COVID-19 pandemic.