Ideal Date of Commencement of SSC Annual Exams 2021 and Results

Last Updated on January 16, 2021 by Galaxy World

Inter Boards Committee for Chairmen has issued the tentative schedule for the Ideal Date of Commencement of SSC Annual Exams 2021 and declaration of annual Results. This schedule is for matric and intermediate examinations.

 

Ideal Date of Commencement of SSC Annual Exams 2021

In a meeting of IBCC Steering Committee held on 11 January 2021 to discuss SSC and HSSC examination 2021;

 

  • It was agreed that SSC and HSSC Examinations 2021 will be held in May & June respectively.
  • Results will be announced before the end of August and examinations will be held according to the existing pattern of question papers.
  • The committee also agreed that 24th May will be an ideal date for the commencement of SSC Examinations.

 

Views on This Decision

As of the comments of the students of this decision, many students still don’t believe in it. They say that if the exam starts during the mid of June then how it is possible to declare the results before the end of August 2021. They say that the Boards may declare the annual results 2021 in September or October.

But the Boards can make it possible if they check the board papers in time. It is also possible that when one paper is over it may the board hand it over to the concerned teachers for checking with a couple of days. The teachers may check the papers within due course of time. When one paper the teachers have checked, the result of the same the concerned authorities prepare. So as per my opinion, it is not difficult or impossible for the Boards to declare results till the end of August 2021.

All the boards will start the Annual Examinations 2021 for Matric (SSC) with effect from 24th May 2021. The Boards may give the exams two times, first time, and 2nd time. This will facilitate the Board to conduct the papers in time.

 

Ideal Date of Commencement of SSC Annual Exams 2021

 

 

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