Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), in West Bengal and Assam, has changed the dates of some of the class 12 exams to be held in April. The board has made these changes attributing to the Assembly elections that are to be held in five states including West Bengal and Assam, in the months of April and May.
According to a notice issued by the CBSE, the Class 12 Sociology exam will be held on April 23 instead of April 4 as announced earlier.
Similarly, the Sanskrit (core) and Bengali exams have been rescheduled from the earlier April 11 to April 26.
The class 12th exams for Tamil Nadu, Kerala and union territory of Puducherry will be held as per the schedule.
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