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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday tweeted memes to boost morale of students appearing in the Board Exams 2020. At tweeter handle CBSE board as an instruction and fun tweeted several memes to overcome Board exams stress over examinees. CBSE Board is going to conduct Class X, XII theory examinations 2020 from 24 February and large numbers of students are taking part in CBSE Board exams. To encourage students to overcome stress CBSE took a new way to engage with the students and help them while preparing for the ongoing Class X and XII Board examinations.
Taking to the official Twitter handle, CBSE Board on Thursday tweeted several memes to encourage and aware students on Board Class X & XII exams. CBSE took a viral meme portraying a child pumping his fist to convey a message on finishing the syllabus before everyone else in its meme. In other meme CBSE as an instruction intimated that students should enter the exam centre ideally before 10 am, no one will be allowed to enter thereafter.
CBSE developed a new mode to ensure youngsters understand the rule and instructions of Board for upcoming Board Exams Class X and XII examinations.
Among memes the CBSE took several famous photos to encourage and motivate young minds. This is as to encourage students to work hard as ‘there is evidence to support this statement’ board said. The board allows students appearing for Class 10 and Class 12 exams to use ball point or gel pens in another memes CBSE tweeted. Board also not forgot to instruct on colour, stated colour should be blue. The CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 board exams have begun from February 15, 2020 with the vocational subjects.
On The main theory papers will start from the next week (February 24). Practical examinations have already begun from 15 February.
Earlier CBSE board wished to all Class 10 & 12 students taking board exams. Stating ‘students have worked really hard throughout the year and now is the time to reap the benefits of that hardwork. Don't take any stress and give your best’. All the best.
#examtime #preparewell #student #students #discipline #yaadrakh #staycalm #study #studysmart #boardexams #preparedness @PIBHRD @PIB_India @PIBHindi @HRDMinistry @AkashvaniAIR @ptinewscom @DDNewslive @OfficeOfSDhotre @DrRPNishank pic.twitter.com/6QCoAZkoHt— CBSE HQ (@cbseindia29) February 19, 2020
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