Govt, CBSE do a rethink on boards dates

IndiaTimes Monday, 12 April 2021
The fresh surge in the Covid pandemic has resulted in the possible rescheduling of Board exams being discussed, with the current plans for the Class X and XII exams to get under way from May 4. The ministry of education and CBSE officials are considering whether the exams need to be deferred as students and schools are wondering over the feasibility of conducting the exams just 20 days away.
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