Delhi Violence: Schools in northeast Delhi will stay closed until March 7, know what CBSE mentioned on board examination ..

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi : Due to the violence in northeast Delhi, faculties will stay closed until March 7, as a result of the scenario is just not good for conducting examinations in violence affected areas. The Directorate of Education introduced this on Saturday. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), nonetheless, clarified on Saturday that the board exams for sophistication 10th and 12th will probably be held from March 2 as per the schedule.

A senior official of the directorate mentioned, the circumstances within the North Eastern district of Delhi aren’t good for the examinations. <! –

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                 The temper of the scholars may even be tense, which may even have an effect on their examination preparation.

The official mentioned, authorities, authorities aided and personal faculties will probably be closed for college students in North Eastern district until March 7. However, the Principal and all the staff will proceed to work usually. A brand new program will probably be introduced quickly for the annual examination.

Schools in North East Delhi have been closed since Tuesday on account of communal violence. CBSE postponed the 10th and 12th board examinations until February 29 in North East Delhi and a few areas of East Delhi. CBSE spokesperson Rama Sharma mentioned that in North East Delhi additionally, CBSE's 10th and 12th examinations will probably be as per schedule scheduled from March 2.

In this regard, the board had filed an affidavit within the High Court and the courtroom had directed the police to make all essential preparations in these areas together with making certain the security of the scholars.

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