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CBSE Board Exam 2020: Maximum Parents Want Remaining Papers To Be Cancelled, Here's The Result Of Jagran Josh's Poll On Facebook & Twitter

CBSE: While a few parents filed a petition in the Supreme Court to cancel the remaining papers of CBSE board exams 2020 during COVID-19 pandemic, others are raising their concern on social media platforms like Facebook & Twitter.

Jun 17, 2020 09:36 IST
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CBSE Board Exam 2020: Here's The Result Of Jagran Josh's Poll On Facebook & Twitter, Maximum Parents Want Remaining Papers To Be Cancelled
CBSE Board Exam 2020: Here's The Result Of Jagran Josh's Poll On Facebook & Twitter, Maximum Parents Want Remaining Papers To Be Cancelled

CBSE: While a few parents filed a petition in the Supreme Court to cancel the remaining papers of CBSE board exams 2020 during COVID-19 pandemic, others are raising their concern on social media platforms like Facebook & Twitter. Most of the concerns raised by parents are related to the safety of their wards. Recently, Jagran Josh also conducted a poll on whether the remaining papers of CBSE board exams 2020 should be conducted? The result is finally out and more than 50% of the parents want these papers to be scrapped. Many parents want that marks of the remaining papers should be allotted on the basis of internal assessment.  

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CBSE Board Exam 2020: Result Of Jagran Josh's Poll On Twitter

 

 

With an increasing number of positive cases of COVID-19, most of the parents feared that the condition will be worse in July. They also fear that their wards may contract the virus and might further spread to the other family members. Earlier we posted a news story on Facebook where many parents raised their concerns about the safety of their children.

Previous Post On Facebook: Maximum Parents Raised Safety Concern 

 

When someone will check the comments on the above post that many parents are worried about the safety of their children. Although the government has taken many steps to ensure safety of children, parents are still not satisfied. Here are some of the steps taken by the government to ensure safety of the children.

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