CBSE 10th 12th Exams 2020: The CBSE board seems to be in a dilemma three weeks before the conduct of the remaining 10th 12th examinations in the country. The question that has kept the board in worry is what to do with the container zone and the students living there who will not be able to sit for the exam. The remaining examinations of CBSE 10th and 12th are scheduled to be held from July 1 to 15 in 13000 schools.
An official said on the condition of anonymity, ‘Such a decision can be taken for such students like CBSE students studying abroad. For students studying abroad, CBSE has decided not to conduct the remaining examinations. Such option can also be considered for the students of the Containment Zone.
If CBSE decides to call the students from the Containment Zone to the examination center, then the decision will also have to be taken from the Union Home Ministry.
Some officials also said that in many cities like Delhi, many schools have been converted into quarantine centers. Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya are also included in this.
What is the Containment Zone?
If a corona infection is spreading in a colony, locality, ward, village or street, or there are more cases of corona in some selected areas of a district, then the local administration can make such areas according to the container zone. In the category of Containment zones, ie, the core areas of Corona, can be in any district with red or orange zones. Lockdown is most strictly enforced in containment zones. In some areas, food and milk, medical and medical stores are allowed, in some areas there is no exemption at all, the administration also delivers the things needed.