CBSE Central Board of Secondary Education has launched the CBSE Digital E-examination portal for students going to appear in the 10th and 12th exams. With the help of this CBSE Digital E-education portal, students who take the board exams in May will be able to get answers to every question related to the exam.
CBSE E-exam Portal 2021
The Central Board of Secondary Education ( CBSE ) has launched the ‘E Examination’ portal for the students who are going to appear in the 10th and 12th examinations. With the help of this portal, students who take the board exams in May will be able to get answers to every question related to the exam. This portal has been launched as a one-stop platform to give all other information related to the exam date sheet, practical exam, exam center, and grievance redressal in this portal.
Due to Covid-19, many students were deprived of education, in view of which CBSE has released a digital online education portal in which students can give their studies as well as online exams which is very easy. CBSE Digital E-education portal will help students in their studies.
Students of 10th and 12th can use this platform by going to CBSE online examination portal cbse.gov.in/newsite and entering their User ID and password using their school’s roll number in the board exam.
The CBSE E-exam portal has various sections, such as a change of exam or practical exam center. Uploading internal marks for class 12 students, uploading internal grade or practical data for class 10 students, as well as a list of roll numbers of students appearing in the exam, will also be uploaded. Apart from this, CBSE teachers will be able to upload internal and practical marks on the online portal.
Apart from this, various CBSE-affiliated schools have started board practical examinations. Let us know that the CBSE Board Class 10th and Class 12th examinations will start on May 4. Under this, class 10 examinations will end on June 7 and class 12 examinations will end on June 11.
The board has given great relief to the candidates of class 10th and 12th. It states that if a candidate is Covid positive or if any member of the family- mother, father, brother, sister is absent in the practical exam due to being corona positive, then a practical examination will be conducted for them. . The respective schools will conduct practical examination for these candidates later, although the practical exam will have to be completed before June 11.
CBSE Digital E-education portal for students is very easy for everyone. If any other update of the CBSE Digital E-education Portal comes, we will share it here
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