CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2019: New Rules And More That Students Must Know

CBSE Board Exams 2019: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will begin the Class 10 Board Exam, vocational subject, from tomorrow, February 21. Similarly, the main or core subject examination will begin from March 7. Before students appear for the exams, here are some of the rules and new security features that students should know.

Some Rules To Know For Students Before They Go To The Exam Centre:

Students will have to carry CBSE admit card and school identity card- it’s mandatory.

Authorities concerned at the exam centre will not allow students without producing both the cards.

Earlier signatures of student and principal were mandatory on admit cards, but form this year, parent’s signature will also be required.

Without the signature of parents, students may be denied entry to the examination hall.

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.

Student will not be allowed to enter the examination centre after the mentioned time.

Distribution of question papers will be done at 10:10 am and the examination will begin from 10:30 am.

Besides, students must know details of the list of things allowed and not allowed inside the exam hall. No written material, wallets, mobile phones or smart watches are allowed inside the exam hall.