Amid rising coronavirus COVID-19 cases throughout India, a number of college students who’re set to seem in CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021 are requesting the Central government to cancel or postpone the upcoming CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021. The college students took Twitter to demand the cancellation of CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021 and tarted trending #cancelboardexams2021 to protest towards the upcoming examinations.
The CBSE Board Exams 2021 are scheduled to begin from May 4. Some college students stated that nations where COVID-19 cases are a lot decrease than India have cancelled the exams however Central Board of Secondary Education is adamant on conducting CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021.
“Please sir cancel board exams for this year. We students are requesting you. Why aren’t you taking any decision regarding 10th and 12th? Is giving ‘exams’ more important than ‘health’!! Even though most of us are not even prepared for giving offline exams,” wrote one of many college students.
— pranjali. (@pranjali_nangia) April 7, 2021
Some college students stated that the government might conduct the board exams on-line protecting in thoughts the latest surge in COVID-19 cases throughout the nation. “We can do it online because Bharat is clearly witnessing a second wave and in this scenario, anything that causes crowding must be avoided! If offline exams happen right now then we are taking a huge risk. Health must get priority over examinations,” a pupil stated.
Its a humble request to Shri @DrRPNishank and @cbseindia29 to postpone the board exams or conduct it on-line. We college students have already confronted alot issues within the pandemic so please assist us by doing so.#cancelboardexams2021 #COVID19 #cancelboards2021 pic.twitter.com/FJQKniI6vU
— Harsh Patel (@___harsh15___) April 7, 2021
Meanwhile, the CBSE has requested the scholars to not panic, asserting that the Board will take all precautions for the protection of the scholars throughout the CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021. Speaking to India TV, CBSE Examination Controller Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj knowledgeable that variety of examination facilities have been elevated by 45-50 % as a way to keep social distancing and curb the unfold of coronavirus.
“We will follow Covid SOPs released by the government of India. Plus, we are formulating our list of guidelines which will be released soon. CBSE will also create awareness among students and parents,” the portal quoted the CBSE official as saying.