As the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released its date sheet for class 10, 12 board examinations 2020, understudies and parents took to twitter requesting changes in the timetable refer to irregularities in allotment of preparatory holidays between important exams. Understudies assert that while there are excesses of offs in certain subjects, there are too few preparatory holidays between others.
Students Unhappy with CBSE Class 10th & Class 12th Date Sheet 2020
A larger part of these requests is from understudies of the commerce stream. While most demanded a change in the CBSE Board 2020 date sheet, some Twitter clients have planned a counterfeit date sheet. They prescribe that CBSE gives a fixed seven-free day between important subjects.
Many have tagged the Union HRD Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal as they request a change. Some are in any event, asserting disconnecting exams are included for the time table.
. @cbseindia29 @HRDMinistry @PMOIndia pls provide min 7 days break for every core subject exam. Need more time to adjust to new pattern, which has lot of 1 mark qns. Sample exam dates 20/02 Eng, 29/2 Accounts/Physics, 9/3 BST/Chemistry, 17/3 Maths, 25/3-Economics/Computer etc.,
— Anil Khadloya (@AnilKhadloya) December 15, 2019
The Board is yet to respond to any of these demands. CBSE, in any case, educated that this academic year, more than 30,000 combination subjects have been opted on by students from both classes 10 and 12.
CBSE also stated that it has taken care that “students get sufficient time between the examination of main subjects” along with “Delhi University admission schedule” and “distribution of students in such a way that a large number of candidates do not reach any examination centre on any particular date” while preparing the date sheet.
cbse datesheet is not good for commerce students.There are three exams within 5 https://t.co/GxR1GesYlu,Music&https://t.co/ra41K783CT holiday between music n math. Plz change date of music exam.Itz a humble request @cbseindia29 @Minister_Edu @cbse @AllCBSENews @PrakashJavdekar
— DivjotKaurBindra (@SoniaBindra4) December 17, 2019