The Central Board of Secondary Training has postponed the Class 10 and 12 board examinations scheduled for Wednesday in 86 centres in northeast Delhi as a result of violence that has rocked these areas for the third straight day.
Examinations will likely be carried out as normal in the remainder of the town. The rescheduled date for college kids in affected areas is but to be introduced by the CBSE.
The choice has been taken “based on the request of the Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi and to avoid inconvenience to students, staff and parents,” in response to a notification issued by CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi on Tuesday evening.
Earlier within the night, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia introduced that colleges within the violence-affected northeast district of Delhi would stay closed. He stated inside examinations had been postponed and urged the CBSE additionally to postpone board examinations.
Whereas the board examinations started on February 15, the schedule has thus far been principally restricted to vocational topics with fewer candidates. On Tuesday, not one of the examinations was scheduled to be held in centres within the affected areas anyway.
On Wednesday, nonetheless, Class 10 college students are scheduled to put in writing examinations in English Language and Literature and English Communicative. Class 12 college students have papers in Media and Internet Utility.
A lot of college students complained on Twitter that they dwell within the affected areas, however have examination centres in different elements of the town. A number of identified that with curfew imposed within the space, they may not journey to their centres in security.
Aam Aadmi Celebration MLA Atishi tweeted that Mr. Sisodia had raised the plight of those college students with the CBSE as effectively. The CBSE is but to reply.
Full particulars of the 86 centres the place examinations have been postponed can be found at cbse.nic.in.