CBSE asked to start new sessions from April1. 

CBSE advised the schools to conduct final exams of class 9 and 11 wirh proper rules and regulations. 

On 11 febuary, The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), has advised that schools to conduct the final examinations of Classes 9 and 11 by following COVID-19 safety protocols and have to start the new academic session from April 1, 2021. The schools must follow all the by laws to hold examinations. “This exam will also help in identifying learning gaps which could be addressed by the schools in new academic sessions at the beginning of the classes”. The circular has been given to all the schools about the examination for classes 9 and 11 and about the next session.
The schools have been asked to follw the protocols of covid -19 to reopen the schools.  CBSE said that this would help them to be prepared for the upcoming practical and theory exams. The students will also be able to clear their doubts and improve their writing skills.

CBSE also advised the teachers to focus on each and every student individually so that they can do their studies properly.
The CBSE schools have been asked to function in accordance to the guidelines.
Delhi had already reopened its schools for Class 9 and Class 11 on February 5 after reopening schools for Class 10 and 12 on January 18.
Earlier, almost every student of Class 9 and Class 11 had been asked to organise online exams as they did not have any offline sessions in 2020.

CBSE had earlier released the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams date sheets as per which the exams will begin on May 4.