Rajasthan board: This year around 21 lakh students have registered for RBSE Board Exam 2021 for class 10, 12 across the state.
The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education will conduct the RBSE Board Exam 2021 after 15 May 2021, and conclude by 15 June. The date sheet of the Rajasthan Class 10, 12 examinations will be released soon on the official site of RBSE https://rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in/ . Practical examination for class 12 will be conducted this year after the written examination. Talking to Dainik Bhaskar, Director of Secondary Education Saurabh Swamy said that preparations for the board examination have been completed. The exam will start from 15 May and end on 15 June.
Practical examination will be conducted after written test. This year, around 21 lakh students have registered for RBSE Board Exam 2021 for class 10, 12 across the state, out of which 11 lakh students for class 10 and 10 lakh students for class 12. The annual exams of classes 9 and 11 are likely to be held in June. According to reports, the Department of Education is trying to start a new session again from July 1, 2021 for the academic session 2021-22. The Rajasthan board has once again extended the last date of application for board examinations. Now students can apply till January 18. The last date before was 8 January.
Meanwhile, the board has released the official notification for the REET 2021 exam. The application process has started from 11 January 2021. The last date to apply is February 8, 2021. Only Basic School Teaching Certificate, BSTC holders are allowed to appear for Level 1 examination. On the occasion of completion of two years of Rajasthan Government, the examination will be held on 25 April to recruit 31000 Grade 3 teacher posts in the state.
However, after 4 years, the release of the first level of REIT-2021 has again reached the court. It has been challenged in the High Court. In the petition, only the BSTC holders have been given the opportunity not to include the BEd holders in the first-level, it has been made the basis. Describing NCTE’s guideline as unconstitutional, it said that Reit’s release was not correct. The next hearing in this case will be held next week.