Students who are dissatisfied over results published by the BSE on a special assessment basis in view of cancellation of physical classes for Covid recently will be appearing for the offline examination to be conducted by the board from July 30.
“Each Centre will have a minimum of 100 students. The centres will be announced by July 18. OMR sheets and question papers will reach centres by July 28,” said a BSE official.
The official said centres can be set up with more than 100 examinees if they have adequate infrastructure.