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CBSE Board allows COVID positive students to change Practical Examination Dates

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CBSE has already issued circulars on the subjects of conducting practical examination and changing practical examination centres due to COVID – 19.  Check the announcement here – http://blog.motioniitjee.com/cbse-board-allows-students-to-change-exam-centres/

CBSE has announced new guidelines in respect of any student suffering from Covid-19.

A. In case, a student is not appearing in the practical exam because of Covid-19:

  • If any student is absent in the practical exam because of Covid positive or any family member has been reported positive, they can inform the school of such news and then practical examination of such students can be taken at an appropriate time (race against time phrase meaning) before 11th June 2021. The school can consult with the concerned Regional Office to shift the practical examination date.
  • The marks of such students will be posted as “C” against the name on the link for uploading of marks.

 

B. In case, a request has been made to change the practical centre:

If any student has shifted to another city/country and has requested CBSE to change the practical centre, the marks of such students will be posted as “T” on the link for uploading of marks.

 

C. In case of re-conduct of practical examination:

In this case, marks of such students can be sent to the concerned Regional Office on manual award list. A sealed duplicate copy of the Award list may be preserved by the school in case of any emergency. The signature of the External Examiner and Observer will be sealed on the envelope of both the award list. While sending marks to Regional Office, “NOT TO BE OPENED” will be clearly marked on the envelope.

 

D. In any one of the case, schools have to re-conduct the practical examination of any absentee student before 11th June 2021 and marks be also supplied to the Regional Office. If marks of any student will be not available to the CBSE, his/her result will be marked without marks and status will be reported as per Examination Laws.

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