Students suffer, delay in CBSE 10, 12 board exams delay due to election.

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New Delhi, CBSE Exams: The Assembly election in the five states have affected the preparation of the students who were preparing for their CBSE board 10th and 12th Exam.

In the wake of the assembly elections starting from 4th February the Central Board of Secondary Exam have suddenly moved the dates of the exams of Class 12 to 9th March just after the day of the last day of the polling is conducted and class 10th CBSE exams to 10th of April.

This will definitely affect the preparation of the students who has fixed date of the exams around and they prepare based on that date. There are total 16,67,573 CBSE class X students expected to appear . Class 12th annual exams to be commencing from 9th march and around 10,98,420 students are expected to appear.

The Board exams normally begin on month of March, starting during the first week and results are declared in the third week of May.



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