CBSE website crashes after new board exam dates get announced for 2021
- The Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) website crashed shortly after new exam dates were announced for Class 10 and Class 12 boards on December 31.
- For those unable to log on, Class 10 and 12 final boards will be held from May 4 to June 10 in 2021.
- Practical exams will be held starting March 1 and final results will come in by July 15.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the new dates for the final exams of Class 10 and Class 12 students on December 31. However, within minutes of the announcement, CBSE’s main website was inaccessible — presumably due to a surge in people logging in to check the fresh date sheet.
Wow #CBSE website #crashed . You people can't manage a website then how a student manage all his studies online . S… https://t.co/oo97zBYiKT— Sunil Choudhary (@sunil_indian129) 1609420367000
My chances of being accepted by my crush is higher than accessing the cbse website on a result or date day. #CBSE— Vishnu (@Utdvish) 1609419806000
Some even forecast that the website will crash before the Union Education Minister started the press briefing to announce the dates.
T-Minus 30 minutes for my 10th and 12th CBSE students. Time to crash another website— Javvy ×͜× (@L0UTHEBR4VE) 1609416018000
For those unable to log on, Class 10 and 12 final boards will be held from May 4 to June 10 in 2021. The practical portion of the final exam for board students will begin from March 1 and the final result will be announced by July 15.