CBSE 10th 12th Exam 2023: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had announced soon after the class 10th and 12th board results that the 10th-12th board examination in the next year (2023).
CBSE 10th, 12th Board Exam Date Sheet 2023: Soon after the 10th and 12th board results were announced, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced that the 10th-12th board exam will be conducted in February (2023) next year. The exam will be held from February 15.
Since this announcement, students, parents and teachers are waiting for the final schedule. Recently, a datesheet claiming to be the date sheet for CBSE 2023 exams was widely circulated on social media platforms. In this notice also the examination had started from February 15.
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While many students believed that it was true that the details were identical to the official announcements made by the board, however, CBSE has not released any datesheet yet. CBSE officials (CBSE 10th 12th 2023 Datesheet) had earlier informed that the date sheet for the board exam will be released in the end of December or early January. Usually the date sheets are released 45 days before the exam.
Apart from this the students also have to ensure whether CBSE has shared the datesheet on the official website cbse.nic.in, cbse.gov.in and social media.
UNDERSTAND THE EXAM PATTERN:
CBSE will make a comeback to the annual examination system this year. Last year, the board conducted two exams and divided the syllabus. Apart from this, due to the introduction of physical classes in schools, the relaxation of 30 percent has also been withdrawn. Though the board has rationalized the syllables.
Let us tell you, the exam will be conducted for 80 marks, as from 2019 20 percent marks are being given for internal assessment or practical. This exercise will continue this year also. For the students, benefits, the exam will have internal choices. CBSE announced in 2020 that it will provide 33 percent more choices in board exams. The board had earlier said that it aims to conduct 50 per cent examinations based on merit-based questions by 2025.
Let us tell you, the board has also released the board exam 2023 sample paper on the official website cbseacademic.nic.in. To pass in class 10th-12th, students have to clear the exam with at least 33 percent marks in all five subjects.
Permission will be taken for the question paper:
According to the board, there will be a separate bank for each school. For this the board has issued the format. Every school has to take permission from their respective bank to keep the question paper and send it to the board. The question paper will be sent on the basis of the format sent by the schools. It is to be known that till now the decision of the bank was done by the board only. The school had to carry only the question paper. This time the board has also changed it.