Picture used for illustrative purpose only.
In wake of COVID-19 breakout, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday postponed all board examinations for Class 10 and 12 scheduled between March 19 and March 31.
The decision comes in compliance of the instruction received by the CBSE from Secretary of Department of Higher Education. School Education and Literacy.
"All ongoing examinations of the board for classes 10 and 12, being held in examination centres in India and abroad, and scheduled between 19.03.2020 to 31.03.2020 (both dates inclusive), shall be rescheduled after 31st March, 2020," a statement by CBSE read.
The decision will also affect the examination schedule for candidates in northeast Delhi who could not appear in exams due to violence in the region. The board added that during this period, the evaluation process will also remain suspended.
"Rescheduled dates will be communicated by the board to all its stakeholders by March 31 after re-assessment of the situation," the board said.
Of the total 152 confirmed cases reported from India, 14 people have been cured and discharged from the hospital while three lost their lives.Indo-Asian News Service
The CBSE said that there are very few students of Class 12, mainly from Delhi, who have appeared in the examinations in only one or two subjects.
The Indian High School in Dubai has announced that it will remain closed from Thursday as a precautionary measure.
Brighton College Abu Dhabi, Cranleigh Abu Dhabi, Dubai College, Jumeirah English Speaking School and Repton School Dubai were among the top 10 schools in the Middle East included in the index of the best private schools.
“The COVID-19 situation will be closely monitored and the deferment of the ICSE and ISC 2021 examinations will be reviewed and a final decision on the conduct of the board examinations will be taken on the 1st week of June 2021.”
Abu Dhabi Family, Civil and Administrative Cases Court obligated a company owner and a project engineer to pay Dhs100,000 in compensation to a worker who got injured during the work as a result of the company’s negligence.
Maitha Al Shamsi explained that while she was returning from Ras Al Khaimah airport with her sister, who was coming from abroad, they saw a speeding patrol heading to the same direction.
Groups of teenagers swarmed into stores in several areas of Philadelphia in an apparently coordinated effort, stuffing plastic bags with merchandise and fleeing, authorities said. Police arrested 15 to 20 people.
The project approvals mark a pivotal milestone within the third phase of Dubai Future Foundation's visionary “Dubai 10X” initiative, which aims to position Dubai as a world leader in future readiness.