CBSE officials say evaluation in subjects for which exams are not being held will be done on the basis of internal assessment and performance of the student through the year.
Teachers allege they are having trouble teaching or researching due to lack of resources. DU’s own online library hasn’t subscribed to important journals.
CBSE, which had to postpone exams because of the lockdown, said exams will be held only for subjects that are crucial for admissions to higher education institutions.
Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia says students of private and govt schools will be promoted under the no-detention policy of the Right to Education Act.
Classes in schools and colleges around India have been suspended since mid-March, when governments began to impose restrictions to check Covid-19 spread.
The exam has been postponed till the last week of May or first week of June and the date to issue admit cards will be announced after April 15.
While the NTA has delayed the release of NEET admit cards, it has given no indication of whether the exams will be postponed.
The National Testing Agency was supposed to release admit cards on 27 March. It has now been delayed until 14 April, when the 21-day lockdown ends, and beyond.
Entrance exam schedule to be revised. HRD ministry also looking at considering lockdown as vacation period for schools and start new session once situation is normal.
Schools and colleges across India have been shut down until at least 31 March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with several institutes calling off or postponing exams.