The Delhi Government has announced the process of and project work for Classes 10 and 12 of the state schools. It has clarified that no COVID-19 symptomatic student will be allowed to enter the school premises or appear for the examination. In line with other Indian states, Delhi has also allowed the state schools to reopen for Classes 10 and 12 from January 18 to help them prepare for the upcoming . Though the board exam aspirants will only be allowed to attend the physical classes with prior permission from their parents or guardians. It has further stated that the pre-boards will be tentatively held for Class 10 from April 1 to April 15 and for Class 12 from March 20 to April 15, 2021.
The main objective to hold physical sessions for Classes 10 and 12 is to help them prepare for the upcoming to be held at the school-level from March 1 onward. Earlier the Union Education Minister had allowed the schools to decide on their respective schedule of practical exams to begin from March 1 onward.
Delhi government has issued certain rules and guidelines to hold internal assessments, practical exams, pre-boards, and conduct project work.
The Delhi schools must compile the marks of internal assessment before the beginning of the CBSE board examination 2021.
For Class 10 students the projects and assignments given as Winter holiday homework to the students will be marked out of 05 marks in the internal assessment, worksheets will be considered as a portfolio and will be marked for five marks.
Only those schools which fall out of the containment zones will be allowed to reopen for CBSE practical examination 2021. They will have to submit a plan of COVID-19 preparedness to the Directorate Of Education Government and seek its permission to reopen.
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