CBSE Board Exam 2021-22: The mid-term examinations of class 9 and 11 are also scheduled from December 1.
The Delhi government has issued a notification directing the teachers posted for corona duties to report back for the purpose of inspection of the 10th and 12th examinations of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Teachers have been asked to report back to ensure smooth conduct of CBSE board exams. The notification has been issued by Himanshu Gupta, Director (Education) Delhi.
Through the notification, all DDE Districts, Zonal DDEs and HOS have been asked to direct the concerned teachers of class 9th to 12th and all IT Assistants/DEOs to report back immediately, so that the conduct of the board examination starts smoothly. May be
Notably, CBSE’s class 10 and 12 board exams for minor subjects began on November 17 and 16, respectively. The major subjects exams for class 10th and 12th will begin from November 30 and December 1 respectively. The mid-term examinations of class 9th and 11th are also scheduled from December 1.
These exams will be conducted offline. The major examinations of CBSE Board will be conducted in Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) format. CBSE also released a mock CBSE MCQ 2021 exam paper for schools to download so that their students can practice as per the latest guidelines. The examination for class 10, 12 short papers will continue till December 7 and the main examination till December 11. For details of CBSE Board Examinations, please visit the website- cbse.gov.in.