After several weeks of serious consideration, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided not to cancel the compartment exams for students who failed in subject papers this year. CBSE has said that not conducting the exams can have an impact on the students’ future.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the board had received several requests from students and parents to cancel the compartment exams but they recently decided against it as it can have a negative effect on the future of the students.

While giving more information on the conduction of compartment exams this year, CBSE also talked about the several exemptions granted by the Home Ministry to the Education Ministry for the safe and responsible conduction and evaluation of exams amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

As the CBSE compartment exams 2020 are being conducted this year, the Home Ministry has granted the exemption to Education Ministry for opening the educational institutes for the conduction and evaluation of examinations amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Home Ministry has also granted similar exemptions to the higher educational institutes and universities for the conduction of end-term examinations for final semester students this year.

As per the guidelines of Unlock 3, the Home Ministry has also allowed universities and schools to conduct several administrational activities on campus, though students will not be allowed to physically attend classes till August 31.
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