Elliot Lake Secondary School reunion meets expectations
Offline classes after two years, starting with a learning gap – are not the only new things the new academic session is beginning with. But for the CBSE board aspirants 2023, there are many changes in store. The board is changing its timeline once again to bring the academic schedule back on track. While this might leave some with lesser time at hand, many other policies which were adopted earlier will also continue to be rolled in during CBSE Board Exams 2023. This includes offering internal choice and making the exams more competency-based and less cramming based.
The CBSE in its recent circular had said that it will start the exams on February 15 and will revise the syllabus. The CBSE 10th and 12th exams have been conducted on a …
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