CBSE Board Examinations: PM Criticizes Students, Parents For His Amazing Attendance During Education Ministry Session

CBSE Board Examinations: PM Modi interacted with parents during the meeting and had a conversation with them on their issues and concerns regarding the objective criterion based on which the students of the CBSE class 12 board will be evaluated.

CBSE Board Examinations: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday took an amazing step and joined a session with CBSE students organized by the Union Education Ministry regarding the CBSE grade assessment process. Earlier on June 1, following a high-level review meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the central government announced the cancellation of the CBSE board exams for class 12th in view of the current covid-19 epidemic.

PM Modi met with parents during the meeting and discussed with them their concerns and concerns about the decision-making process based on how CBSE class 12 board students will be assessed.

Following the CBSE decision to cancel the class 12 board, various other state boards such as Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and many others decided to cancel the 12th board exams.

Following the announcement of the cancellation of the CBSE 12 board exams, PM Modi had instructed CBSE board officials to come up with a protest process to prepare the results for CBSE class 12 students “in a timely and timely manner”.

“The Indian government has decided to suspend the CBSE Board of Class 12 exams. After much deliberation, we have taken a student-friendly decision, which protects the health and future of our youth,” PM Modi tweeted on 1 June 2021.

Students who will not be satisfied with their class 12 marks will be provided an opportunity to appear for the examination only after the conditions will become conducive to hold the examinations, a government statement post the meeting said. 

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Note: Students are advised to continue visiting the official website of the CBSE Board regularly to receive the latest updates regarding CBSE board exams.

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