Last Updated: December 27, 2022, 18:14 IST
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CBSE Board Exams 2023 Live Updates: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 10th and 12th board examinations will begin from February 15, as per the tentative date announced by the board earlier. However, the detailed datesheet is yet to be out. Once out, it will be available at the official website at cbse.nic.in, or cbse.gov.in.
The board usually releases the timetable around 45 to 60 days before the exam commences. CBSE has also revised the syllabus and is conducting exams with 100 per cent syllabus nearly two years after reducing it. A minimum of 40 Read More
The CBSE has announced that the 10th, 12th practical exams will be held from January 2 and continue till February 14. Schools will have to start uploading marks or internal grades of practical exams, projects, and internal assessment from January 2 onwards, the board has said.
In 2022, the CBSE had conducted two terms for the board exams. However, this year, it will go back to the pre-pandemic level and the exams will be held in a single term. The pass percentage in CBSE result 2022 was recorded as 94.40 per cent for class 10 result and 92.71 per cent for class 12. No exams were conducted in 2020 and 2021.
CBSE will release the date sheet soon at cbse.nic.in, and cbse.gov.in. Students can download the timetable for both 10th and 12th exams, once out, by following these steps –
Step 1: Visit the official website
Step 2: Click on the date sheet link under what’s new column
Step 3: Click on class 10 or class 12 timetable
Step 4: PDF will open, download and save for further use
According to CBSE, the CTET 2022 will be conducted in two shifts. CBSE will conduct this exam from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm. There will be two papers in the CTET 2022. Paper 1 is for candidates who want to be considered for teaching positions in classes 1 to 5, and paper 2 is for those who want to teach classes 6 to 8. Candidates are advised to carry the verification documents like Aadhaar card, PAN card, voter ID, and passport size photograph along with their admit card…read more
All government and private schools in Patna will remain closed up till December 31. However, the school will closed only till class 8. However, classes 9 to 12 will remain open. This is to ensure that there is no adverse effect on the health of the children…read more
CBSE is likely to release the date sheet for class 10 and 12 board exams 2023 soon. As per previous trends, the CBSE board exam date sheet is released 45 to 60 days before the examination begins. The exam will commence from February 15 next year. The detailed datesheet could be out today or anytime soon, however, there is no official confirmation yet. The practicals will commence from January 1.
When Kabir Singh Suryawanshi was diagnosed with autism at the age of two, doctors told his mother that she should not pin hopes on him learning as most children do, recalls Molly Suryawanshi on the day her son topped the CBSE class 10 term 1 board exams. On March 12, 2022, when CBSE declared its class 10 term 1 results, Kabir was among the highest scorers with 96 per cent marks. He took the examinations under the general category and studied in a mainstream school. But Kabir’s education journey was supported by counsellors, therapists, and his mother who left her career as a chartered accountant (CA) to look after him. In the process, Moly also educated herself and is now an autism specialist and a behavioural therapist…read more
— CBSE HQ (@cbseindia29) December 15, 2022
Kanika Kaushik, daughter of a farmer, who hails from a very small town Nathauri, in Saharanpur, UP emerged as the school topper at the Bulandshahr campus with 98.8 per cent marks in her CBSE Class 12th results. Giving a preparation tip, she said, “Mostly, students study really hard just right before the exams, I did not do that and would not suggest the same to others as it is unhealthy also. If you regularly revise your classes and be consistent at it, the last-minute stress is less and the preparation is also easy.”
CBSE Datesheet 2023 Class X and XII Board Exams Not Released Even Before 50 Days Of Exam.Perhaps CBSE has forgot,what is datesheet OR the CBSE Officials want to break the Guiness Book of World Records -“to release the most late and awaited exam datesheet in the world.” pic.twitter.com/mbYvjdKtAC
— Kartik (@Kartik186371631) December 24, 2022
The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) has announced the timetable for the board exams for classes 10th and 12th. As per the schedule released by the board, the SSLC or class 10th examination will take place from March 3 till March 17. While the HSSLC or class 12th examination will commence on March 1 and end on March 28. The practical exams will be conducted between February 10 and 20…read more
A minimum of 40 per cent of questions in the CBSE Class 10 exam 2023 and 30 per cent in the CBSE Class 12 exams 2023 will be competency-based. Besides, questions for the board exams 2023 will come in a variety of formats, including objective type, constructing response type, assertion and reasoning, and case-based problems. The written exams will consist of 80 marks whereas the internal assessments or practicals will account for the remaining 20 marks.
Delhi University Vice-chancellor, Yogesh Singh, has revealed that CBSE students have an “inherent advantage” in CUET-based admissions. He said that greater options regarding the question papers provided to students could help students coming from state boards. The VC said the use of the NCERT curriculum for CUET gives CBSE Board students a competitive edge…read more
The datesheet for ICSE and ISC has been published by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) at cisce.org. According to the timetable, the class 10 or ICSE examinations will commence on February 27 and will conclude on March 29. The exam will begin at 11 am on certain days. The class 12 or ISC examination will commence on February 13, with English paper I. It will continue until March 31.
A student has to pass in all five subjects with a minimum of 33 per cent marks. They also need to get 33 per cent overall to pass the CBSE 10th, and 12th board exams 2023.
The board exam is the most decisive phase of their academic life and significantly impacts their future opportunities. However, preparing for the tests will be more beneficial than feeling stressed and anxious. Moreover, getting top marks might be easy if you are ready with the correct guidance and a well-planned study regimen. To ensure success in CBSE class 12 physics board final exams, here are some topics, chapters, scoring criteria, and tactics to ace the exam…read more
The Education Ministry has said that a minimum of 40 per cent of questions in the class 10 exam 2023 and 30 per cent in the class 12 exams 2023 will be competency-based. The NEP 2020 recommended a competency-based education approach to learning that focuses on particular competencies in each subject. It focuses on real-world applications of knowledge and skills and the authenticity of the learning experience.
Students preparing to appear for the CBSE class 10 and class 12 board exams are taking to social media platforms to urge the board officials to announce the complete schedule of the exam as soon as possible.
@cbseindia29 Please release asap datesheet of classes X and XII it would be convenient for students to prepare for the exams#CBSEDateSheet#Datesheet
— kartikey (@kartike67030407) December 24, 2022
After holding the 10th and 12th exams on a reduced syllabus for nearly two years, CBSE will go back to 100 per cent syllabus. The board has this year, however, rationalized its syllabus. The official syllabus is available at cbse.nic.in. The detailed date sheet will be out soon.
According to the revised CBSE paper pattern for class 10 and class 12, questions for the board exams 2023 will come in a variety of formats, including objective type, constructing response type, assertion and reasoning, and case-based problems. The written exams will consist of 80 marks whereas the internal assessments or practicals will account for the remaining 20.
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