CBSE Class 12th Exams Postponed in West Bengal, Assam Due to Assembly Polls
The Central Board of Secondary exam is performing the Class XII Exam to all the scholars across the country. The applicants who are pursuing are attending in vast number. However, with elections publicized in 5 states the Class XII examinations are postponed. The Class XII tests were rearranged in West Bengal and Assam states. An announcement has been declared by the CBSE board about the rescheduling of the examination dates. The applicants belonging to these districts can verify the particulars by look through the below article.
Latest Update: CBSE Class 12th examinations Postponed in West Bengal, Assam Due to Assembly Polls – Sociology and Sanskrit (Core) Exams rearranged
CBSE Class XII Exams Rescheduled in WB and Assam
The Central Board of Secondary Education performs Class X and Class XII exams each year across the country in March -April. Like each year, the board has published the notice about the examination schedule and is performing the examination. The Class XII exams are occurrence and the scholars who are pursuing are attending for the tests. However, freshly, an declaration has been made about the elections which will be held in 5 states ie., Assam, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and UT of Pondicherry. The elections are accounted to perform in April-May.
CBSE 12th Class Exams Postponed
Since the elections will be held, the board has decided to postpone the Class XII exams on those exacting dates. Due to which, a combine of Class XII exams have been rescheduled. So, the board has formally declared a notification that the Class 12 Sociology test will be held on 23rd April in its place of 4th April as announced previous while the Sanskrit (core) and Bengali exams have been postponed for the previous 11th April to 26th April. While, in the class 12th examination for Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and UT of Pondicherry will begin as per the time table.