Dinesh Goyal|Dec 7, 2021
CBSE to announce Class 10, 12 Term 1 date sheets on Oct 18
CBSE to announce date sheets for the term 1 examination to be held in November- December 2021 on October 18 on its official site.
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release the board’s classes 10 and 12 Term 1 examination date sheets on October 18.
The board notified today that the date sheets for the Term 1 examination to be held in November-December will be released on October 18 on its website. The students appearing for the board exams of 10 and 12 will be able to access the CBSE exam date sheets of Term 1 examination on its website. The date sheets to be released will have the subject wise details of exam dates along with the guidelines of the exam day.
The board exams generally are held between February and March, considering the Covid situations, the board will conduct the examinations in two terms, the Term 1 examination will be held in November-December, 2021. The board said that the conduction of the term 2 examination will be in March- April, 2022 considering the Covid situation at that time. The examinations will be conducted in an offline mode.
The Term 1 examinations will have multiple choice questions (MCQs), and the duration will be 90 minutes. The examination will cover 50 percent of the syllabus. "The term 2 exam to be held in March-April 2022 will either have objective or subjective questions depending on the Covid situation at that time," said CBSE examination controller, Sanyam Bhardwaj
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The notification issued by the board informed that the result for Term 1 examinations will be declared in the forms of marks scored, and the students will not be placed in pass, compartment or essential repeat category after Term 1 examination. The board will declare the final result of both classes 10 and 12 after term 2 examination.
The schools will be required to conduct all the practical and internal assessment projects before the completion of Term 1 examination. As per the syllabus, 50% of total marks will be allotted to practical projects. The CBSE schools will have to upload the details on the link provided latest by the last date of conduct of term 1 examination.
The duration of the examination will be 90 minutes, and the exam will start from 11.30 instead of 10. 30, considering the winter season, informed the board. The board has also increased the reading time by 5 minutes, and the students will have total reading time of 20 minutes which was set as 15 minutes before.
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