RBSE Class 10 exam 2023 begins today; Know syllabus, updates on revised exam date

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) has begun conducting the RBSE Class 10 exam 2023 from today, March 16 onwards. Check exam syllabus and revised exam date updates here.

RBSE Class 10 exam 2023 begins today; Know syllabus, updates on revised exam date RBSE Class 10 exams 2023 begin today
Rohan D Umak | Mar 16, 2023 - 12:30 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Rajasthan board of Secondary Education (RBSE) is conducting the RBSE Class 10 exam 2023 from today. RBSE matriculation students will be taking the English exam today. Students who are taking the exam have to mandatorily carry the hard copy of their RBSE Class 10 hall tickets 2023 to the exam centre.

The RBSE Class 10 exams will be held in a single shift. The exam will commence at 8:30 AM and will conclude at 11:45 AM. All the papers will be conducted in the offline mode. Guidelines for the exam and updates on change in exam schedule have been provided here.

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RBSE Class 10 revised exam date

As per the exam schedule released by the Rajasthan board earlier, the mathematics examination for intermediate students was slated to be held on April 3, 2023. However, Mahavir Jayanti will be observed on the said date, which is celebrated across the Rajasthan state and a state holiday is declared on the occasion every year. In view of the same, the board has postponed the mathematics examination from April 3 to April 4, 2023.

RBSE Class 10 exam 2023: Syllabus for English

The syllabus for RBSE Class 10 English exam includes reading, writing, prose, grammar and poems. Two text books have been prescribed to the students, namely Resolution and Golden Rays.

RBSE Class 10 exam 2023: Guidelines

Students should go through the exam guidelines provided below to avoid any inconvenience at the exam centre.

● All students must report to the exam centre at least an hour prior to the commencement of examinations.

● Examinees will mandatorily be required to carry a hard copy of their hall tickets and a valid government issued photo ID proof for verification purposes at the exam centre.

● Only stationery items, water bottles and sanitizer bottles are allowed to be carried inside the examination hall.

● No student should possess any of the prohibited items at the exam centre, which include books, notebooks, blank paper sheets, mobile phones, earphones, tablets, bluetooth devices, microphones etc.

● Students will not be allowed to borrow anything from their fellow examinees.

● Strict adherence to Covid-appropriate behaviour is a must at the exam centre.

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