Amid COVID Surge, ICSE Defers Board Exams for Classes 10 & 12

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Amid the nationwide surge in COVID-19 cases, ICSE board examinations for class 10 and 12 have been deferred.

The exams were originally slated to begin on 4 May.

As per a press release on the official site of the Board, the examinations will be reviewed and a final decision on the conduct of the exams will be taken in the first week of June.

Further, the press release informs that while the ISC (Class 12) exams will be conducted at a later date, Class 10 students will be given the following options:

  • To write the offline exam, along with class 12 students

  • To not write the offline exam. In this case, the Board will “develop a fair and unbiased criterion while preparing the result of such candidates.”

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