What does the CBSE board exam 2022 mean to students?
How competency-based education is the need of the hour.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has come out with a plan for Class 10 and 12 Board exams for academic year 2021-2022. Instead of one Board exam at the end of the year, the academic session has been bifurcated into two terms, with the Board conducting exams at the end of each.
Gather all your skills, strengths, capabilities, and shortlist your colleges and start with your admission process; you give your best. If you go with confidence and a positive attitude, success will be at your doorstep. Believe in yourself and trust yourself; things will change for good. Don’t let stress and anxiety overshadow your attitude.
It will have a domino effect
If Kumb & Elections can be organised so as Board exams.
I am giving Class 12 boards this year, I’m a bit disappointed by the postponement, since I’ve been studying quite a lot for the past few months and was hoping to get all my exams done and over with quickly so that I could relax. The postponement means that there will be less time for me to focus on JEE advanced, held in July 21. However, the decision is understandable given the sharp rise in Covid cases.
The decision is reactionary – nothing good or bad about it.
Extremely disappointed the grind is must
feel sorry for the deserving candidates