CBSE Board Exams: Now 12 candidates will sit in a room, examination will be held on 32 centers

Kanpur: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board examinations will start from 4 May. Even though the examination scheme has not been released by the board, the board has made several changes in view of the corona epidemic. In order to follow the physical distance between students, now only 12 candidates will sit instead of 24 in a room at a center. Similarly, the number of candidates allotted to a center has been reduced every year. In previous years, 500-1000 candidates were given at one center, although now only 300-500 candidates will be able to take the exam at one center. Due to this, the number of board examination centers has increased from 50 per cent to 30-32 in the previous sessions. Whereas in the examination 2020 only 20 centers were created.