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Date Sheet of CBSE 12th and 10th

The date sheet for the term 2 board examination has been announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Both courses’ exams shall commence on April 26. The authorized CBSE website —, — has the datasheet for board exams.

Exam dates for CBSE

On December 22, 2021, the CBSE completed the CBSE Term 1 Exam 2022 for classes 10 and 12. The board announced recently which term 2 board examinations for grades 10 and 12 will begin on April 26. The board exams will be administered in an offline format at the designated exam centers and will follow a descriptive model with both long and short questions.

Authorized websites

Meanwhile, the outcomes of the term 1 board examination for grades 10, 12, and 13 have yet to be released by the board. Students can check their scorecards on the cbse official websites, as well as, after they are issued.

Because of the school closures caused by the pandemic, that resulted in learning losses, the CBSE has added extra intervals between 2 examinations in practically all courses in both classes. The board, though, also states, “Wherever the gap is a little lesser, such examinations have been kept at a later date so that students can get sufficient time for the preparation of these examinations.”

Several competitive exams, such as JEE Main, were taken into account when preparing the CBSE term 2 date sheet, according to a CBSE release.

The CBSE term 2 date sheets were also created by avoiding over 35000 subject groupings to guarantee that no two of a student’s subjects had the same exam dates.

Because the CBSE is conducting the term 2 board examinations in 26 other nations, it is not possible to conduct the exam in 2 shifts, hence the exam will begin at 10:30 a.m.

“Despite of the fact that temperature would be on a little higher side, the time of start of the examination will be at 10.30 AM because it will not be possible to start the examination earlier as examinations will be conducted in 26 more countries than that of India. Similarly, because of the same reason, examinations cannot be conducted in two shifts,” the CBSE statement added.

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