CISCE Board Exam 2021 News : ISC exams postponed; ICSE Class 10 choice of students

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The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) have announced that the ISC Exams or board exams of Class 12th have been postponed and the board exams of Class 10th or ICSE Exams can be chosen by the candidates, Students can appear for these board exams when they are conducted. Otherwise, they will get marks as per a fair and unbiased criterion to be developed by the board.Earlier the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) scheduled to begin ICSE or Class 10 examination on May 4th 2021 and end of the exam on June 7th 2021, on the other hand the ISC or Class 12 examination was scheduled to be started on April 8th 2021 and end on June 18th 2021. To know more details keep reading this article.

CISCE ISC Exam Postpones and ICSE Exam News

NEW DELHI : The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) have announced that the ISC Exams or board exams of Class 12th have been postponed and the board exams of Class 10th or ICSE Exams can be chosen by the candidates either to appear or to reject.Earlier the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) scheduled to begin ICSE or Class 10 examination on May 4th 2021 and end of the exam on June 7th 2021, on the other hand the ISC or Class 12 examination was scheduled to be started on April 8th 2021 and end on June 18th 2021.




The CISCE have announced that the revised schedule of the exam dates will be released soon at the official website. The exam dates will be released on the first week of June. All the candidates are requested to visit the official to know latest updates based on CISCE 2021 latest news. The CISCE have officially told that "The decision on whether to cancel or postpone the ICSE, ISC exams are expected to be taken this week, considering the concern of the students, parents due to Covid-19 pandemic situations."

Last year the board exams were cancelled and students were evaluated on the basis of internal assessment of the candidates. As per the scheme, candidates were evaluated based on the best three subjects percentage marks for which board exams were held, and also on their internal assessment, project work marks.