Delhi Violence: Only 51 Absentees In CBSE Board Exam Held On March 2 In North East Delhi

The CBSE has postponed the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams at 86 centres of the north east part of Delhi between February 26 and 29 due to violence related to the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) have resumed the board exams in north east Delhi and recorded 98.2% attendance. The Board has also released a press note regarding the attendance in north east Delhi. The CBSE has conducted the Class 12 physics and applied physics along with Class 10 Music on March 2, 2020.

 

CBSE Releases New Exam Dates For Class 10 And Class 12 Students In North East Delhi

98.2% Attendance In CBSE North East Delhi

According to the CBSE official press note, "The CBSE Class XII Physics and Applied Physics exam along with Class X Music exam is being conducted peacefully and smoothly at all centers across the country, foreign countries and entire Delhi, including those in north-east part of Delhi today. The examinations have been resumed after postponement of four examinations scheduled earlier in north east part of Delhi."

It also reads, "There were 2888 candidates registered for Class XII and X examination in north-east part of Delhi. Out of which 2837 candidates are present with 51 absentees. The exam today has thus recorded more than 98.2% attendance in the centres in north eastern parts of Delhi.

The CBSE Class 10 board exams will conclude on March 20, 2020. The Board will end Class 12 exams on March 30 with Sociology paper.

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