The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has established a fresh rule for college participation of less than 75% of learners for the 10th and 12th board exams 2020. CBSE will offer applicants who are not going to have 75% participation a opportunity. Students will apply directly to the board for this purpose. Applications will be submitted from January 1 to 7, 2020. Applications after January 7 will not be approved.
It can be observed that many schools were screened at the board stage owing to less than 75% participation of the applicants during the 2019 board examination. In these, the college and the student’s negligence was seen. According to the board, in the 2020 board review, which will be small, the colleges will have to list their participation. The board will then decide whether or not to take the exam.
School won’t have to travel for attendance: to correct their attendance, students won’t have to go to college now. In the name of participation, the college will no longer mislead the pupil or guardian. The board has made it clear to the college and parents that learners who are not attending 75 percent will not be allowed to pass the board exam. The board also created this agreement in 2019, but it was dropped by providing notice. Six months before the examination, it was revealed this moment. So learners can finish the participation.
If the new rule is not 75% participation, the board will have to pass the request by January 7, the board has instructed the schools to count participation by January 1.
These instructions were given by the board to the parents about the importance of regular classes, providing the children with information about 75 percent of the attendance required for the academic session.
If the student has applied for leave, medical attention with short participation should be requested for him. Keep records of learners, students with low participation will not be included in the exam, report a trend until 1 January.