Smaller cities will not be included in CBSE 10th and 12th board exams

Smaller cities will not be included in CBSE 10th and 12th board exams

To prevent malfunctioning in examination and leakage of question paper, the CBSE is constantly taking precautionary measures. After the decision to send online question papers of some subjects, the decision has now been taken to reduce the number of examination centers.

Now, smaller cities will not be included in CBSE 10th and 12th board exams. Examination centers will be set up in the nearby cities for the examiners of these cities. Less number of examination centers will make easy to monitor the examiners.

Also, in schools where the examination centers will not be created, the teachers of the schools will be sent as other centers as invigilators.It is known that so far 10th and 12th examination centers were made in every CBSE recognized school. Teachers of the same school were also made as invigilators,but now it has been changed. Now the examination centers will be built in the same school, where there will be all basic exam related facilities.

According to the local news, this time CBSE has selected those schools for the examination center, where there is a networking facility.Concerned about this, the CBSE has sought information about the number of computers and printers from all the schools. Apart from this, where the speed of the network is high, the examination centers will be created. .

Also the Board has prepared an app for students to not go to other cities to find the examination center. With the help of this app, students can easily access the examination center. Distance from the railway station of the concerned city will be displayed to the examination center. Students will be able to download the app and get information about the examination center and admit card will be released in January

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