The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the datesheet for class 10th and 12th board exams. CBSE has given this information through its official Twitter handle.
New Delhi: NS Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE has released the datesheet for class 10th and 12th board exams. CBSE has given this information through its official Twitter handle.
According to CBSE, class test will start on 10 November 30 exam for 12th class is going to start from 1st December.
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The date sheets for these exams were to be announced on Monday. The students were eagerly waiting for this. Meanwhile, a fake date sheet regarding these exams was circulated on social media. CBSE Board has appealed to beware of such fake information. At the same time, it has been said that only trust the information given on the official website.
CBSE has released the Term 1 CBSE Board Exam 2021-2022 schedule after 9 PM. Giving official information, the CBSE Board has said that this time the board exam will be based on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). The first stage of the board exam will comprise 50 percent of the total syllabus. This is the first time that the board exam will be based on multiple choice questions.
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The board exams of CBSE Term 2 will be held in March-April next year. After the second stage examination, the result will be released in March-April. The CBSE board has also divided the syllabus of classes 10th and 12th into two parts of 50-50 percentile.
This time the students appearing for the board exams will be given 20 minutes reading time. Earlier it was 15 minutes. The first stage board exam will consist of Multiple Choice Objective Questions (MCQs). The board exams for the first session are being held in November-December 2021. Their duration will be 90 minutes.
Meanwhile, CBSE is also paying special attention to the internal assessment of the students. According to CBSE, the internal assessment of 20 marks for class 10th was divided separately. Meanwhile, an internal assessment of 30 marks class 12 is being divided into two parts.
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According to the CBSE board, the internal assessment of 20 marks for class 10th is divided into two phases of 10 marks each. The practical and internal assessment for class XII is divided into two phases of 15 marks each. The practical test for class 12 for a total of 30 marks will be conducted in two phases of 15 marks each.
First published:October 18, 2021, 9:52 pm