The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday prolonged application deadline for affiliation by faculties till April 30 in view of the coronavirus outbreak.
“As per the norms, the period for applying for affiliation under various categories, including fresh affiliation, upgradation, switch-over from other board or extension of affiliation for session 2021-22 for all applicant schools is up to March 31 with requisite fee,” CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi mentioned.
“The board is in receipt of varied representations from faculties mentioning issues confronted by faculties for submission of application for affiliation in a stipulated time interval in view of the present COVID-19 scenario.
“Therefore, to ensure fulfilment of various government advisories and directive on the current situation and a measure of abundant precautions, the last date for submission of application without any late fee has been extended till April 30,” Tripathi added.
Coronavirus circumstances within the nation crossed 600 on Wednesday as authorities beefed up preparedness to combat the pandemic with a sequence of hospitals of the military ordnance factories and central paramilitary forces earmarking over 2,000 beds for isolation and therapy of individuals affected by the illness.
The Human Resource Development Ministry (HRD) directed the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and different instructional establishments within the nation to play protected.
The CBSE’s class 10th board exams have been to finish on March 20 and sophistication 12th board exams on March 30, mentioned Hindustan. Around 18 lakh college students will take the category 10th board exams whereas the category 12th board examination shall be taken by 12 lakh candidates.