(Kajal Singh journalist):
CBSE Admit Card: For admission in CBSE class 10th and class 12th pending exam, both the permit letter and admit card are necessary. If there is no one, we will not be allowed to go to the examination centre.
CBSE 10th 12th Admit Card & Permission Letter 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has instructed all the students appearing for the exams of class 10th and class 12th to take their admit card and permissions letter along with them while going for the exam. Go Students – Students who do not have both the admit card and the permission letter, will not get entry in the examination centre.
Permission letter is necessary for CBSE 10th and 12th
CBSE has sent the permission letter to all schools. Students go to their school and take their permission letter. Let us tell you that due to Corona virus Kovid-19 in March, CBSE had to stop the examinations between 10th and 12th, which has now been decided to be done between July 1 and July 15. A datasheet has also been released for this.
In this permission letter, the name of the students, subject wise date, exam time and the name of the examination centre has been given the code of the centre. All students should take this along with their admit card.
Examination centre will have to sanitize
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has given direction to all the examination centres to sanitize the centre campus before the commencement of the examination. He said that since the schools have been closed for the last several months, it is necessary to sanitize the school premises. During the examination, complete care will be taken for social distancing in the seating arrangement. Permission to sit only 10 students in a room has been given.
Supreme Court verdict on CBSE 10th 12th Pending Examination yet to come
Let me tell you that a group of parents of CBSE students has filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding that the CBSE pending examination be cancelled and the result released by giving marks on the basis of internal assessment. The next date for its hearing in the Supreme Court has been set as June 25.