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CBSE Term-1 Exam 2021: Alert! Big news for 10th/12th students, failing to do so may cancel OMR,check details

CBSE Term-1 Exam 2021: The number of questions is fixed subject wise according to the board. In such a situation, all the OMR rounds will have to be filled by the students. Also, the question of which the students do not know the answer, they will also have to fill that circle. If they do not do this, then their OMR can be canceled. Because scanners have been installed in schools for checking OMR. In such a situation, if any circle is left blank, then OMR can be canceled.




This time the 10th and 12th examinations will be conducted in two terms by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The first term exam will be held in November-December, while the second term exam will be held in March-April. The examinations of both the classes of Term-1 will be based on OMR. The students have to fill the opening of the respective question. Information in this regard has been given by CBSE to all the schools.

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The number of questions is fixed subject wise according to the board. In such a situation, all the OMR rounds will have to be filled by the students. Also, the question of which the students do not know the answer, they will also have to fill that circle. If they do not do this, then their OMR can be canceled. Because scanners have been installed in schools for checking OMR. In such a situation, if any circle is left blank, then OMR can be canceled.

According to the board, the schools where the OMR will be manually checked by the teachers, they have also been instructed to check all the empty circles. At the same time, all the preparations have been made by the board regarding the exam.

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In view of the corona virus infection, this time a maximum of 350 candidates will be seated in each center. During the examination, there will also be a distance of six feet between all the students. Every candidate will have to take the exam wearing a mask. Along with this, CCTV cameras will also be operated to monitor everyone.

 

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