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RBSE 12th Board Practical Exam 2021
Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education's 12th Board Exam 2021: The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education's 12th Board Exam 2021 for practical papers starts today. With COVID 19 guidelines, the Rajasthan Board class 12 practical exam will be held until April 30. The realistic papers for the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education's 12th Board Exam 2021 begin today, April 1, 2021. The practical exam for Rajasthan Board Class 12 will be held until April 30, 2021. COVID 19 guidelines have been released by the board to be followed during the exams. More information is available at rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
COVID-19 Guideline must follow: When conducting the RBSE 12th Board Exam 2021 for realistic papers, school administrators are required to follow standard operating procedures. The RBSE's COVID 19 recommendations must be observed by both students and exam administrators. The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education has established a team of five subject specialists to assist in the conduct of the Rajasthan Board class 12 practical exam in schools. Due to an increase in COVID 19 cases, there will be no external examiners this year. If the appropriate number of examiners is not available, schools should contact the district education officers.
Rajasthan Board Class 12 Practical Test Guidelines
- The papers will be assessed by a special committee that the board will select.
- This year, no external examiners will be selected.
- To oversee the schools, zonal officers have been named.
The theory papers for the RBSE 12th Board Exam 2021 will begin on May 6, 2021. The exam will be completed on May 29, 2021. To conduct the RBSE 12th Board Exam 2021 for realistic papers, schools are advised to strictly follow the guidelines.
Guidelines for the RBSE Practical Exam: In a statement, RBSE Chairman Dr. DP Jaroli said that the board usually appoints a group of invigilators to review practice exam papers in more than five colleges. The invigilators review the papers over the course of four or five days. As a result, invigilators must travel long distances to reach the exam site.
“State education department zonal officers have been assigned to supervise the schools to ensure that the board practical exams are conducted according to protocol,” Dr Jaroli added.