As per an order issued late Saturday night by CGBSE secretary V Ok Goyal, the board has determined to conduct the assessments in this pattern in view of the Covid-19 pandemic and the security of over 2.86 lakh college students throughout the state.
The order stated college students of Class 12 can be given 5 days from June 1 to 5 to accumulate the query papers and clean reply sheets from the desired centres.
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They can accumulate the query papers on any date between June 1 and 5.
The college students would have to submit the reply copies at their respective centres inside 5 days from the date of assortment of the query papers, the order stated.
For instance, if a pupil takes the query papers on June 1, then she or he should submit the reply copies by June 6 throughout working hours, Goyal stated, including that those that fail to submit the reply papers inside the stipulated time can be thought of absent.
The reply copies will also be submitted on Sunday and holidays. Students are suggested to get the query papers of their very own topics solely, he stated.
They ought to write the solutions on their very own as a substitute of taking assist from others, he stated.
The first web page of the reply copy ought to carry all the data relating to the scholar akin to identify, roll quantity, topic, topic code, signature and date, he stated.
Students ought to come to submit the reply sheets personally with their signature in the attendance register.
If a pupil takes 20 pages for writing the solutions, then she or he wants to submit the identical quantity of pages mandatorily even when they’re clean. The reply copies despatched through put up or courier wouldn’t be accepted by the board, Goyal stated.
It is necessary for all college students to observe social distancing and put on masks whereas amassing and submitting the query papers and reply sheets, he stated.
On May 19, 2021, the CGBSE declared outcomes of Class 10 primarily based on an inside evaluation of the scholars as no ultimate examinations have been performed in view of the pandemic.
In March this 12 months, the Chhattisgarh authorities closed all faculties in the state and stated it’s going to promote college students of all lessons, barring Classes 10 and 12, with out conducting their exams.