The first term of CBSE class 10 board exam will be held from November 30 to December 11 and the exam for CBSE class 12 will be held from December 1 to December 22.
The first quarter of the CBSE 2022 board bifurcated exams will begin on November 30 for students in class 10 and on December 1 for students in class 12, the Central Council for Secondary Education (CBSE) announced on Monday while posting the full schedule for the first trimester. exams.
The first term of class 10 will take place from November 30 to December 11 for the main subjects. The examination of the main subjects of class 12 will take place from December 1 to 22.
Examinations for minor subjects will begin on Nov. 16 and 17, for class 12 and class 10, respectively, the council said.
The board has categorized the subjects into major and minor in order to complete board exams in a shorter timeframe and also to avoid loss of learning for students.
In a post regarding the date sheet, the CBSE Board Exams Supervisor Sanyam Bharadwaj said: “Date sheets for minor subjects will be done by the schools, but the questionnaires will be drawn up by the CBSE.”
Regarding the COVID-19 guidelines, he said, “CBSE will make the necessary arrangements. Schools will be disinfected before exams. The jury will do everything possible to ensure that the exam goes smoothly. “
Considering the comfort and convenience of students, he said, the CBSE will ensure that students do not travel to remote centers for their exams.
Regarding rumors and fake messages, he said, “don’t believe the messages circulating on social media. All important exam-related information will be uploaded to the CBSE website.
In view of the pandemic situation due to which the annual exams of classes 10 and 12 could not take place in the country, the CBSE decided to divide the jury exam into two trimesters. The final result will be based on the marks obtained by the students in the two terms.
In the event that schools are forced to close, the Board has already established guidelines for assessing and assigning grades to students.