The Class 10 exams have started from April 26 and will conclude on May 24. Similarly, the Class 12 board examinations will continue till June 15.
As per the schedule, the Class 10 exam, which began on April 26, will be conducted for 29 days and will be over on May 24. The Class 12 examination will be conducted for 51 days and end on June 15, 2022.
For the Term II exams, the CBSE has made some changes in the format of filling the centre code in the answersheets of Class 10.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has also dropped from the course content chapters on 'democracy and diversity'.
It is pertinent to mention here that CBSE annually provides curriculum for classes 9 to 12 containing academic content, syllabus for examinations with learning outcomes, pedagogical practices and assessment guidelines
Students and parents have expressed their concerns over the alleged lack of adherence to Covid-19 guidelines in schools and said CBSE should conduct the exams at home centres by taking into account the safety of students
Resentment brewed among parents and students of Adarsh Vidyalay at Badasahi in Mayurbhanj district after the centre for the CBSE Class 10 examination for the school was made in Rairangpur, more than 120 km away from Badasahi.
Students should note that, this year, the Term 2 exams will be of 120 minutes for each subject and based on both MCQs and subjective questions
The rising cases of COVID-19 have sparked concerns of possible school closures yet again even as experts have warned against the long term learning losses caused by prolonged closure.
Candidates, who will appear for the CBSE Term 2 exam, can download their admit cards by visiting the official website of CBSE at cbse.gov.in, or download it by clicking on the drict link given below
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday clarified on a notification being circulated on social media regarding weightage to term 1 and term 2 board exams in the final results, terming it as ‘Fake’.
The first term examination of class 10 was held from November 30 to December 11, 2021, while class 12 first term examination was conducted from December 1 to December 22 last year across the country at various exam centres.
"CBSE should not delay the result announcement as it will create more confusion and students may not be able to give 100 per cent during preparation for the Term 2 exam"
As per the decision, the exam timings will be 10:30 am and won't be conducted in two shifts.
Some students had filed a plea in the Supreme Court demanding cancellation of board exams 2020, but the SC rejected the plea throwing the ball in the court of the concerned authorities