Parental consent is not mandatory for offline classes and examinations

On March 10, there will be an examination of English of class 10th and physics and political science of class 12th. Due to the corona epidemic, the board had decided to conduct the examinations twice this time in November-December and April.

New Delhi: Common pre board examinations will start in Delhi's government, government-aided schools and NDMC schools from March 10, ahead of CBSE's class X-XII board examinations. In the order issued by the Delhi government, it has been said that parental consent will not be mandatory for class 10 and 12 students to participate in offline classes and examinations.


Due to the corona epidemic, the board had decided to conduct the examinations twice this time in November-December and April. The pre-board examinations will start from March 10 and will continue till March 25.


The first pre board examinations will be held from 10.30 am to 12.30 am in morning shift schools and from 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm in evening shift schools. On March 10, there will be an examination of English of class 10th and physics and political science of class 12th. On March 25, the final examination of class X will be of Sanskrit, Urdu, Punjabi and Sociology and Engineering Graphics of class XII.