CBSE Justifies Fewer Gaps in Board Exams; No Relief to Anxious Students

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Vandana Mohan, a teacher, said, "When we contacted the board regarding the date-sheet, officials said that they can not come up with a time-table suitable for each child who opted for subjects from different streams as they are optional". The scarcity of the examination dates for the UP Board class 10 exams was prevailing for quite long time and it has now been finally released by the UP Board.

The hue and cry over the CBSE date-sheet by students of all the three streams, supported by teachers, has borne no fruit as CBSE officials ruled out any change in the schedule as over 12 lakh students have registered for the exams.

The students, parents and teachers have been raising demands for a changed datesheet, claiming that not enough gap has been given between subjects.

CBSE Justifies Fewer Gaps in Board Exams; No Relief to Anxious Students
CBSE Justifies Fewer Gaps in Board Exams; No Relief to Anxious Students

As per the datesheet, history paper is scheduled on March 20 followed by mathematics on March 21. "I am seriously got nervous after getting the dates and really anxious that it may affect my performance", said, a class-XII student of humanities stream. "English is a lengthy subject while physics is very important subject". The board also said that more gaps between the papers are not possible. "The board must consider students' problem and give adequate gap between the subjects", said Abhisek, a class XII student. The CBSE said that the class 10 and 12 board exams 2018 date sheets was prepared keeping many factors in consideration including competitive exams for class 12 students.

Moreover, no gap has been provided between the Physical Education exam and Sociology, scheduled on April 9 and 10, respectively.

Approximately 11.86 lakh students are going to appear for class 12th Board examinations.

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