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CBSE Board Exams 2021: Students flood social media with requests to cancel offline exams
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct the CBSE board exams 2021 for students of classes 10 and 12 from May 4 this year, but students have been taking a stand against the conduction of offline exams during the Covid-19 pandemic situation.

Many students have been posting on social media, urging the central government to either postpone or cancel the upcoming board exams 2021, which are less than a month away. Students are concerned about the conduction of the exams as the Covid-19 cases are on the rise once again.

Many students and parents took to Twitter and posted their concerns using #cancelboardexams2021, which was trending on the social media platform a few days back. Students are also suggesting the conduction of online exams this year.

Many state boards have decided to push their board exams this year by a few weeks due to the rise in Covid-19 cases across the country. No state has yet decided to cancel or conduct the exams online till now. The board exams will be conducted in offline mode in all the states.

Students tweet using #cancelboardexams2021

Many students took to Twitter to express their concerns regarding the conduction of the CBSE board exams 2021 in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. Some of the tweets posted by students are mentioned below-

As an Indian citizen we have the right to speak.

If u love your health than #ExamWarriors come and support #cancelboardexams2021 due to new Corona cases.

Come #ExamWarriors come and show ur power by retweeting#cancelboards2021 #cancelboardexams2021

Plz retweet, like & share pic.twitter.com/nrhozHNuJP

— Debashis || Artist || (@debashis_arts) April 7, 2021

It is about our lifes. Corona is increasing day by day in india and whereas in other countries no exam will conduct! Why india???#cancelboardexams2021 #cancelboards2021 #cancelboardexam2021 pic.twitter.com/Ze9qNA20on

 — desh hit (@13singh131) April 7, 2021

 #cancelboardexams2021

Government officials please remove your blindfolds pic.twitter.com/2wDnbcJd3D

— pranjali. (@pranjali_nangia) April 7, 2021

While some raised serious concerns regarding the conduction of the upcoming board exams, some students decided to flood Twitter with memes.

#cancelboardexams2021#cancelboards2021 Students to Edu minster: pic.twitter.com/L0maL8zx4b

— Mohit Choubey (@Mohitvashuu) April 7, 2021

#cancelboardexams2021#cancelboards2021

2021 exists

Le me to my kids* pic.twitter.com/PMyQU6c3dw

— Ananya Sahu (@ananya_sahu_) April 7, 2021

#cancelboardexams2021#ExamWarriors

Cancel offline exam make it online

It's not fine to make exam offline

As we were attaching online classes since for the time of lockdown 2020 . So how govt. is making it offline pic.twitter.com/J02vUKOB4u

— Liku Mohapatra (@liku_mohapatra) April 7, 2021

Students to Government*

Cancel The board Exams Due to Covid-19

Using hashtag@TheAnuragTyagi @vishalaryav #cancelboards2021 #cancelboardexams2021

Government after seeing this pic.twitter.com/uwOTg8Wdb4

— Sarcastik Londa (@sarcastik_londa) April 7, 2021

CBSE has not yet issued any statement regarding the postponement of the cancellation of the upcoming board exams for classes 10 and 12. Students are advised to only refer to the information posted on the official website of CBSE and not believe any notice circulated on social media.

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