CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2019: New Rules Ahead Of Exam From Feb 15
CBSE Board Exam 2019: From February 15, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Board Exam 2019 will begin. The Board is taking all measures this year to avoid any kind of paper leak or evaluation issues apart form also dealing with the exam stress of the students and parents.
Before appearing for the board exam this year, it’s better to go through some norms that CBSE has brought in. Around 28 lakh students are expected to appear for the CBSE class 10 and class 12 exams this year.
CBSE has made some minor changes to check unfair means part from coming up with a three-tier security check to ensure no paper leak issue. Besides, students uniform has been made mandatory for regular students. In case, a student is found without school uniform, he/she may be denied admission to the examination centre.
Signatures of student and principal were earlier mandatory on admit card, form this time onwards parent’s signature will also be required, failing which entry to the examination centre may be denied.
It’s advisable that students must to reach to their respective exam centres before 10 am as the gate of exam centre’s would be closed after that. As per reports, the exam centres have been instructed about the same.
As per every year, no written material, wallets, mobile phones or smart watches are allowed inside the exam hall. Diabetic students can meanwhile carry a snack in a clean wrap.