Soon after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had revised its class 10 and 12 date sheets, its counterpart Council For The Indian School Certification Examination (CISCE) has additionally issued revised datesheets. As per the brand new schedule, no exams will likely be held on May 13, 15 and June 12.
For ICSE or class 10, 4 exams have been re-scheduled and for ISC or class 12 college students, eight topics have been reschedule.
ICSE (class 10) revised schedule
ISC (class 12) revised timetable
CBSE too had postponed exams falling between May 13 to 16, earlier this month.
The exams will likely be held amid COVID precautions. Candidates should at all times observe the Covid-19 security protocols strictly, by making certain that they put on a face masks, carry a hand sanitizer, and keep away from touching the face with their palms. The use of gloves is non-compulsory. Candidates should carry their very own stationery/artwork materials and keep away from sharing the identical with different candidates. Candidates want to tell the supervising examiner or invigilator if they aren’t feeling nicely, as per the rules by CISCE.
The CISCE 2021 outcomes will likely be declared in July. The outcomes won’t be accessible from the workplace of the Council in New Delhi however will likely be issued on-line on the official web sites. “Queries about the results by candidates / parents / guardians will not be entertained by the Council”, it stated in an official discover.
Applications for the recheck of the reply scripts should be submitted on-line and be obtained by the Council’s workplace not later than seven days from the day of declaration of the outcomes. The Council won’t retain reply scripts of candidates later than 60 days from the day of the declaration of outcomes. The identical shall be destroyed thereafter, the CISCE knowledgeable in official discover.
Students who fail to cross the board exams this yr will likely be allowed to look for the exams in 2020 as nicely. The Council can even maintain compartment exams for the candidates who fail in a single or two subejcts. Candidates reappearing for the board exams in 2022 will hvae to be enlisted on-line in August/ September Year 2021 via the Heads of Schools involved.