The rule states that no student who has symptoms of coronavirus will be allowed to enter the school premises or appear for the examination.
As per other states, Delhi has allowed the state schools to reopen for classes 10th and 12th from January 18 to help them prepare for the upcoming CBSE board exam 2021.
However, the board examination candidates will only be allowed to attend physical classes, for which they will have to take permission from their parents or guardians. Let us know, the pre-board will be held temporarily from April 10 to April 15 and from March 20 to April 15, 2021 for class 12th.
The main objective of organizing physical sessions for class 10th and 12th is to help them in the preparation of practical examinations of CBSE Board to be held at the school level from 1st March. Earlier, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal had announced that practical examination will be started from March 1. Let me tell you, the schedule of board exam and practical exam is yet to come.
Delhi government has issued some rules and guidelines for conducting internal assessment, practical examination, pre-board, and project work.
– More than 12-15 students will not be allowed to stay inside the labs at the same time. At the same time, the planning of the schedule for conducting practical classes to ensure social distancing and equal time for all students to practice within the major laboratories of the school has continued. This timetable will be approved by the Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi.
– It will be mandatory to keep hand sanitizer on admission of all laboratories.
– Delhi schools should compile the internal assessment marks before the start of CBSE board exam 2021.
– Projects and assignments given to students for Class 10th as winter vacation homework will be marked out of 05 marks in internal assessment, the worksheet will be treated as a portfolio and marked for five marks .
– Only those schools which are outside the containment area will be allowed to reopen for the CBSE Practical Exam 2021. They will have to submit a plan of COVID-19 preparations to the Directorate of Education Government and seek permission to reopen it.