Madhya Pradesh Board Releases Revised 2020 Class 12 Exam Timetable
Strict social distancing and wearing masks has been made mandatory for students appearing for the examination.
The Madhya Pradesh Board has released the revised timetable for the 2020 Class 12 board examinations. The examinations will be conducted in two phases. It begins from 9 June and concludes on 15 June.
|Date||From 9:00 am||From 02:00 pm|
|9 June 2020||Higher Mathematics||Geography|
|10 June 2020||Book Keeping and Accountancy||Crop Production and Hurticulture, first question paper vocational course|
|11 June 2020||Biology||Economics|
|12 June 2020||Business Economics||Animal Husbandry Milktrade Polutrying and Fisheries|
|13 June 2020||Political Science||Anatomy, Physiology and Health, Still Life and Design, Second question paper vocational course|
|43997||Chemistry||Science elements, History of Indian art, third question paper vocational course|
The students can download the new timetable from the MP board website. Added precautions will be taken to ensure students don't fall ill. Parents have been advised to ensure that their child is fit and is not having fever, flu, cough etc. The board has also given strict instructions to maintain social distancing and ensure compulsory usage of masks by students while taking the exam.
Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal “Nishank” announced on Monday, 25 May, that the CBSE will be conducting the pending Class 10 and 12 board examinations at 15,000 centres instead of the 3,000 centres that were initially planned, said a report by PTI.
The exams had to be postponed after the nationwide lockdown was imposed by the government on 25 March. The exams will now be held between 1 and 15 July. This is to ensure that there is enough space between students, and the social distancing norms are followed. This will also minimise travel.
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