New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education said that the Class XII examinations on Tuesday recorded 98 per cent attendance in the violence-hit northeast Delhi. Also Read - CBSE Releases Rap Song 'Exam Anthem' to Help Students Overcome Stress | Here's Direct Link

Giving further details about the examinations, which were postponed because of the violence, the CBSE stated that the history Class XII exam on Tuesday went off peacefully in the northeast parts of Delhi. “The centres in northeast part of Delhi recorded 98.33% attendance today,” it said in a statement. Also Read - Provide List of Students Who Won't be Able to Appear in Exams From Tomorrow: CBSE to Schools



The examinations for Class X and XII resumed peacefully and successfully in the northeast part of Delhi on Monday that was affected by violence.



Issuing a notification earlier, the CBSE had stated that the examinations were postponed on February 28 and 29 after the violence was reported in the area.

Out of the 2,888 students registered for both Class X and XII Board examinations, 2,837 students were present for the examination. An attendance of 98.2 percent was recorded across the centres of Northeast Delhi on Monday.

“This has been possible due to the support and coordination of students, parents, schools, Delhi Police and Directorate of Education,” Anurag Tripathi, Secretary of CBSE, said in a statement.

He further had said that the CBSE is committed to conducting safe and smooth board examinations in the coming days as well.