The board is likely to assign their own schools as exam centres which will be sanitised before exams are held.
Multiple-choice optical mark recognition (MCQ-OMR) question sheets will be used for the 90-minute Term 1 test papers.
The schools while submitting the list of candidates for class 10 and 12 examinations will provide the details of these students after verifying the genuineness.
TBSE decided to adopt a new scheme for the students of class X and XII for appearing in final examinations during 2021-22 academic session.
Representative on behalf of 825 students stating admissions, jobs, examinations etc filed a petition in the Supreme Court and urged the apex court to address their concerns.
Trivandrum topping the chart of Regions with a 99.99 pass percentage, followed by Bengaluru 99.96 pass percentage, Chennai 99.94 pass percentage.
A fresh format has been issued by the Central Board of Education (CBSE) under the Union Ministry of Education wherein a decision has been made to split the academic session for 2021-2022 into two halves.
The Supreme Court said that each Board, whether CBSE, ICSE, or State Board, was “autonomous and independent”.
The court also said that the decision was taken by the boards and the government at the highest level keeping in mind the safety of students and other logistical factors.
This year, CBSE class 10 mark sheets will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the tests and examinations held during the academic year.