CBSE Class 12 IP, CS exams 2023 tomorrow; syllabus, marking scheme

CBSE Class 12 informatics practices, computer science papers 2023 will be held for three hours. Exam timings will be 10:30am to 1:30pm.


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Vagisha Kaushik | March 22, 2023 | 09:47 AM IST

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct informatics practices and computer science exams tomorrow, March 23, 2023. The duration of the CBSE Class 12 IP, CS exams is three hours. The papers will commence at 10:30 am and conclude at 1:30 pm.

Candidates appearing for the exam can download the CBSE Class 12 admit card 2023 for IP, CS papers on official website - Students can check CBSE 12th IP, CS syllabus, marking scheme, sample paper on the official academic website –

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CBSE 12th CS syllabus has three units - computational thinking and programming - 2 carrying 40 marks, computer networks carrying 10 marks, and database management carrying 20 marks.

CBSE Class 12 IP syllabus contains four units - introduction to computer system carrying 10 marks, introduction to python carrying 25 marks, database concepts and the structured query language carrying 30 marks, and introduction to emerging trends carrying five marks.

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According to the marking scheme of CBSE Class 12 IP exam, the question paper will contain a total of 70 questions with 18 questions of one mark each, seven questions of two marks each, five questions of three marks each, and five questions of five marks each.

As per CBSE 12th CS marking scheme, section a will include 18 questions of one mark each, section b will include seven questions of two marks each, section c will include five questions of three marks each, section d will consist of three questions of five marks each, and section e will include two questions of four marks each.

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