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CBSE Board Exam 2021: Union Education Minister announces, CBSE Board Exam will not be held till February 2021

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CBSE Board Exam 2021 Education Minister while interacting with the teachers said that while answering a question on the upcoming 2021 board exams, many CBSE schools are in rural areas. Therefore online exams are not possible.

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The Education Minister while interacting with the teachers said that while answering a question on the upcoming 2021 board exams, many CBSE schools are in rural areas.

Therefore online exams are not possible. Apart from this, the education minister said that the CBSE board will not be able to give the CBSE board exam till February 2021.

Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal has started discussing board examinations with teachers as per his schedule.

During this, he told the teachers that when they get to learn artificial intelligence, then they will become more efficient.

In the webinar, the Education Minister said, ‘Yoga practice will be promoted to promote students’ mental health, helping in the upliftment of mental and physical health of teachers.

A big announcement can be made by the CBSE board on the dates of the 10th and 12th examinations today i.e. December 22.

There is a possibility that the exam dates will be announced today.

Such an expectation is being expressed as Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal is scheduled to interact with teachers and students across the country today regarding CBSE class 10 and 12 examinations. For this, they will organize a live webinar.

During the live talk, the Education Minister will also answer questions addressed about the CBSE board exam paper pattern and deficiencies in the syllabus, along with giving a big update on the dates of the 10th and 12th examinations.

At the same time, this information was given by Union Education Minister Nishank through a tweet. The education minister wrote in this tweet.

CBSE Board Exam 2021

The Education Minister will go live on Twitter or Facebook at 4 pm to discuss the board exam with teachers.

As part of the initiative to conduct timely exams during the coronavirus epidemic, the Education Minister has planned to spend at different levels with students, parents, and teachers across the country.

Apart from this, if we talk about CBSE Board then Central Board of Secondary Education i.e. CBSE Board Exams

Regarding said that these exams will not be online. This examination, to be held in the year 2021, will have to be given to the students with paper-pen as before.

The board has already made it clear in this regard. These exams will be taken in general written form as in previous years. Please tell that the Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal had earlier organized a similar webinar on 18 December.

Suggestion by me to all CBSE board students

All the students are thinking about the topic that how I pass the CBSE board exams.

This year is the barrier of this century because covid-19 is wasted all student’s time.

So any student has known a long time to study so my suggestion is to study the topic which is most important and the most time comes questions in the exams every question which comes the last year.

Prepare the last 10 years papers the papers help you to prepare your examination preparation.

All students can use the internet and other educational apps. Like DoubtNut, Byju’s and other use youtube also because is the free and fastest app in the world and the world’s largest educational platform.

Many people are not know how to use youtube and how to search for their questions.


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