Students will not be able to sit for the CBSE Board exams in classes X and XII if their schools fail to develop their own websites
CHANDIGARH: Students will not be able to sit for the Board Exams (CBSE) in classes X and XII if their schools fail to develop their own websites with comprehensive information about their set-up and management, a report in The Times of India said.
A circular in this regard has been sent to all CBSE-affiliated city schools again as they have already missed the deadline of July 18. They were first told to go online in October 2010.
Read the full story on The Times of India
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