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The CBSE Board will be with the Students Throughout the Exams - Assured Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of Examination of CBSE

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News Desk, News Nation 360 : SAI International Education Group, one of the leading educational institutions of India hosted the second chapter of SAI Thought Leadership, a series of discussion sessions with a focus on the development of the nation. Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj, Controller of Examinations, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) graced the occasion as the esteemed speaker along with Dr Bijaya Kumar Sahoo, Advisor cum Working President, Odisha Adarsha Vidyalaya Sangathan, Govt of Odisha, Founder Mentor, SAI International Education Group. Highlighting the role of the students, parents and teachers, Dr Bhardwaj said, that first of all, they will not leave any stone unturned for the students. For students, focus on the studies, do not listen to any rumour and false pretence. Concentrate on the studies only and be prepared. When one is coming to the examination centre, check the details before coming and bring only the identified things and don’t get in touch with anyone else and carry sanitisers. His request to parents, since it is so difficult for all, it’s a risk to send them to the examination, but kindly continue to support them. Ensure that the child follows all the given precautionary measures. Teachers, the most important stakeholders, students cannot do anything without the teachers' support, and it is known to me that they are working extremely hard. His sincere request to them is that do devote the time sincerely to the evaluation process and help them declare the results as soon as possible. The topic of discussion for the session hosted on that day was CBSE Board Examinations - Demystified” which focused on all the necessary roles of Students / Institutions and the board in conducting the upcoming CBSE board exams safely. Dr Bhardwaj highlighted all the measures taken by the CBSE board in conducting the upcoming board exams. Special emphasis has been given to students’ safety, thus the board has increased the no of examination centres from 5000 to 7000 in numbers and strict covid protocols will be maintained throughout the centres. If any candidate (special need children) coming for the examination then they will be provided with a single room where two children can sit and they will also be given assistive devices and they can carry the same to the examination hall as well, added Dr Bhardwaj.

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Report : Anustup Kundu