CBSE board exams day 3: more than 6 lakh students take painting, other exams
On the third day of the CBSE Board of Directors exams, which until next week will be held mainly for vocational subjects, a total of 6 05,560 candidates from classes 10 and 12 took nine subjects such as painting. , graphics, sculpture, commercial art and electrical appliances. , IT, marketing and sales. On the first day, the examination took place for 36 exams in which a total of 55,364 candidates sat. The next day, around 13,000 candidates applied for 16 papers.
Board reviews will take place for 45 days. The Class Council 10 exam will run until March 20 and the Class Council 12 exam will run until March 30.
So far, according to the Council, the reviews have gone smoothly.
This year, CBSE actively addressed candidate queries via social media platforms this year.
For example, in response to questions raised by several applicants regarding their admission cards, the Council took swift action. Few students complained that their schools did not provide them with admission cards for the board exam. The reason schools are saying, as quoted by students who tweeted, is that they must first clear their pre-board exams before they can receive the admission card for the board exams.
Given the stress that students typically experience on board exams, the board has started posting a series of memes this year. The Council’s annual counseling session also began prior to the exams.
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