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Double Buzz on Twitter after CBSE's two board exams plan for Class 10, 12's 2021-2022 batch

Amid the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, CBSE has announced a new assessment plan for 2021-2022 batch of Class 10 and 12. Amid this announcement, confused students took to social media to share hilarious memes.

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Published on 6 July 2021 11:27 AM GMT

Double Buzz on Twitter after CBSEs two board exams plan for Class 10, 12s 2021-2022 batch
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CBSE board exams for classes 10 and 12 have been in jeopardy for the past year amid the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic. Now, on Monday, CBSE announced a new assessment scheme for the batch of 2021-2022 of class 10 and class 12 and it has left students confused. Amid the confusion that has been triggered by the new assessment scene of 'double board' exams in 2 terms, students and parents have taken to Twitter to share hilarious memes on their situation.

CBSE's two board exams plan

As per the new assessment scheme, Board exams for the 10th and 12th will be held in two terms with 50 per cent of the syllabus in each term. The term-end exams will be of 90 minutes duration and CBSE will send the set question paper along with the marking scheme to the schools that will conduct the exam under external examiner's supervision. Both Term 1 and Term 2 marks will be clubbed for the total score. Term 1 exams will take place in November-December while second term ones will happen in March-April. These scary 'double board' exams have triggered a meme fest on social media.

Double Buzz on Twitter

While some are confused about the assessment scheme, others are worried about the ongoing pandemic. Many have shared the take of those students who have already passed out from classes 10 and 12 in the previous year amid no board exams.

Take a look:








Earlier, during the year, the Supreme Court had asked CBSE to come up with an evaluation criteria for class 12 students. The board came up with a plan where scores of the last 3 years of a student or performance in class 10 would become a criteria to give marks. It was then presented to the SC. The result will reportedly be out by the end of July.

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