CBSE Exam Coronavirus Precaution (Photo Credit: Pixabay)
CBSE has issued a letter to Board Exam 2020 Centres regarding precautionary measures that needs to be taken to safeguard students and staffs against Coronavirus that is now declared as a pandemic. Earlier, CBSE has allowed students to carry face mask and use hand sanitizers at the time of board exam 2020 to combat the widely-spreading Covid-19 Virus. Meanwhile, the CBSE Board exam 2020 for class 10 and class 12 are in its last phase, and are going to get over in a few days.
As a precautionary and preventive measure to stop the Coronavirus from spreading, the board has asked exam centres to make the seating arrangements in a such a way that a space of not less than 1 meter is maintained between two students. The board has stated that small rooms in the exam centres should accommodate only a few numbers of students.
According to the official notification, the board has asked exam centres to provide hand sanitizers to students. Apart from this, the examination hall should use the exam resources in an optimized way and undertake all preventive measures as need to maintain hygiene.
The board has asked exam centres to create awareness among invigilators against the COVID-19. All examinees must make sure to maintain proper distance from each other should report to the concerned authority in case of any unusual symptoms.