CBSE Class 10, 12 Date Sheet 2022 for Term 1 Exams info

CBSE Class 10, 12 Date Sheet 2022 for Term 1 Exams

CBSE Board exams 2021-2022: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the first-term board examinations for classes 10 and 12 offline in November-December. The board has released the datesheets for term 1 exams and class 10 boards will begin on November 30 and end on December 11 whereas Class 12 exams will begin on December 1 and end on December 22.

The board said the term I exams will be objective-type and the duration of the tests will be 90 minutes. The exams will commence from 11.30 am due to the winter season. The second-term examination would be conducted in March-April, 2022 and whether it will be objective or subjective-type will depend on the Covid situation in the country

CBSE class 12 exam 2021: Board raises weightage for MCQs in Class XII

 After reducing 30% of the syllabus for Class XII, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now changed the question paper pattern, giving more weightage to multiple-choice based questions and those based on case studies.

After sample question papers for Classes X and XII were released, schools said the weightage for MCQs had increased by nearly 10%. For subjects like physics, questions based on thinking skills such as ascertaining and reasoning have been introduced. In biology, MCQs have been replaced with short-answer type questions.

 new pattern was aimed at testing children’s comprehension. “Earlier, the question paper would focus on knowledge based questions. Now, they are shifting to understanding and application oriented questions. But, the paper appears to be lengthy .
the quality of questions had improved and a paradigm shift in teaching and learning process was required. “Now, teachers and students have to focus more,”  number of questions in mathematics had gone up from 36 to 38.

 

Many city schools expect to complete the portions by the first week of December after beginning online classes in April, but, principals feel it may not be enough. 

Students have not been writing full three-hour tests. “Writing practice is limited as the tests are only for 90 minutes. 

The CBSE board exam for Class X and XII will begin on May 4, the Education Ministry said on Tuesday, as it released a datesheet for both classes. Class X exams will finish on June 7, while Class XII exams will conclude on June 11. Practical exams will begin from March 1.

On four days the Class XII exams will be held in two shifts – the first will be from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm, and the second will be from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm.

All Class X exams will be held from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm.

All exams will be held in the offline-written mode, and with COVID-19 safety protocols in place. These include wearing face masks at all times, the use of hand sanitisers and maintaining social distance.

The CBSE has also said that on the four days Class XII exams will be held over two shifts, staff working in the morning will not be given afternoon duty.

Results will be announced by July 15.

The first exam for Class X students will be languages – Kannada, Odia and Lepcha. Class XII exams will begin with English (both Elective and Core) at 10.30 am.

A third of each paper (33 per cent) will contain internal choice questions, and the syllabus of each subject has been reduced by 30 per cent to ease the burden on lakhs of students across the country who have seen classroom time cut drastically due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Board exams are delayed by almost 80 days this year in view of the pandemic situation. The exams are generally conducted in January (practicals) and theory exams begin every year in February (vocational subjects) and conclude in March.

In view of the COVID-19 situation and disruption of the regular classes, the CBSE following multiple consultations with stakeholders decided to reduce the syllabus by 30% as well as defer the exams to May to mitigate the academic loss.

The Board is also working on a solution for conducting the exams in over 25 countries where CBSE has a presence.

“This is a prudent decision by the government given the students are under tremendous pressure due to disruption of the academic activities. The deferred exams and rationalisation of the syllabus will help the students,” said Swati Jain, editor, Oswal Books.

With no clarity on the board exam dates so far, several schools have already conducted pre-board exams online to keep the students prepared.

The CBSE had earlier this month announced that board exams in 2021 will be conducted in written mode and not online.

Schools across the country were closed in March to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. They were partially reopened in some states from October 15.

However, a few states have decided to keep them closed in view of a spike in the number of infections.

The board exams had to be postponed mid-way in March. They were later cancelled and the results were announced on the basis of an alternative assessment scheme.

The Ministry of Education had also announced that JEE-Mains for admission to engineering colleges will be held four times a year starting 2021 to offer flexibility to students and a chance to improve their scores.

The first edition of the Joint Entrance Examination-Mains (JEE-Mains) will be held from February 23 to 26, followed by rounds in March, April, and May.

The delay in board exams, however, may affect the conduct of the medical entrance exam NEET-UG which is usually conducted in May. There is no official communication on the same yet.


“We appreciate strategic planning of CBSE with regard to conduct of CBSE Board Examinations 2021. Starting in the first week of May will give ample time to students and teachers to prepare better. Our heartiest congratulations to Sh Pokhriyal Ji for such a balanced decision,” said Bharat Arora, general secretary, Action Committee of Unaided Private School.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday declared the results for Class 12 examinations 2020. As per CBSE, with 88.78 per cent pass percentage this year for Class 12, the pass percentage has increased by 5.38 per cent. Last year, the pass percentage was 83.40 per cent. The Class 12 board results could be viewed on the CBSE official website.

Highlights

  • CBSE on Monday announced the class 12 results
  • The CBSE class 12 results are available on Board’s website — cbseresults.nic.in
  • Students can check the result link here as well
The wait of over 12 lakh students is finally over as CBSE announces the class 12 results on Board’s official portal today i.e., July 13, 2020. The Central Board of Secondary Education has made the CBSE class 12 result 2020 available on its official website — cbseresults.nic.in.

ike previous years, the Board has declared the class 12 results for Arts, Commerce and Science streams on the same day. Students can check their CBSE class 12 results from the official website of the Board — cbse.nic.in.

 

CBSE 12th results 2020 Highlights
– CBSE website has been resumed, students can get their results from the official website

-Students can get their CBSE class 12 result 2020 instantly by sending SMS to 7738299899 in the following format.

cbse12(space)roll number

Example: cbse12 9876543210

– Divyanshi Jain from Lucknow’s Navyug Radiance School has scored 100 in all subjects. She is from the humanities stream.

– The link to download the CBSE 12th result is now working. The students can visit – cbseresults.nic.in – to check and download their result online.

– As informed by NIC, there is a technical issue in accessing CBSE 12th results. The same is likely to resume in two hours. However , complete results have been sent to all schools and students can obtain their results from schools. The results are also being pushed through Digilocker.

Check alternative ways to download your CBSE 12th result

“As informed by NIC there is a technical issue in accessing CBSE results. The same is likely to resume in two hours. However, complete results have been sent to all schools and students can obtain their results from schools. The results are also being pushed through Digilocker.
The students who could not check and download their CBSE 12th results through the official website can use the alternatives ways to download their result:
The students can direct contact their school to get their result. As informed by the Board, the results of the students have also been shared with the respective schools. Your teachers can help you get the result.

The students can download the DigiLocker mobile app from Playstore (links provided below) and login using credentials share by the Board. The Board has already sent the DigiLocker account credentials to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE. Students can use their DigiLocker account credentials to download their certificates online.

– In addition to the arrangements made by CBSE to access results online, complete results have also been sent to all schools. Schools can check their complete result from official e-mails IDs created for each school CBSE this year

– Students and parents can also access useful material and techniques to cope with result related anxiety at the CBSE website cbse.nic.in.

– CBSE Post-Result Tele-Counselling services will be available from July 13, 2020, to July 27, 2020, on all days from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.

Centralized Toll-Free Number – 1800 11 8004: Choose any of the two options
IVRS: Recorded useful tips to deal with exam results 2020 and other information on tackling stress, important contact details, Covid-19 precautions and so on.
Live Tele-counselling: Tele-operators will connect students and parents to the principals, counsellors and special educators.
– To login in to Digilocker account, use CBSE registered mobile number, OTP and enter the last 6 digits of your roll number as security pin.
– CBSE 12th digital mark sheet, passing and migration certificates, skill certificates are available on DigiLocker mobile app. Students can use their Digilocker account credentials to download their certificates online. The Board has already sent the Digilocker account credentials to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.
– This year, the CBSE Board has decided to replace the term ‘FAIL’ by the term “Essential Repeat”
– CBSE 12th Compartment exam date and time will also be released later after consultation with Central govt
– CBSE optional exam date and time will be announce later after consultation with Central govt.
– Marks obtained by a candidate in the CBSE optional exams will be treated as final for those who had opted to take these exams

– Students whose results have been declared can also opt for CBSE optional exams, if they wish so.

– CBSE will conduct an optional examination in the subjects whose examinations scheduled to be conducted from 01st July to 15th July 2020 as soon as conditions are conducive as assessed and decided by the Central Government.

– The board has announced the results on the basis of an alternate assessment scheme after the pending exams were cancelled in view of spike in COVID-19 cases. As per the four-pointer scheme, marks have been awarded on basis of marks scored by a student in his or her best performing subjects.

– As per CBSE, with 88.78 per cent pass percentage this year for Class 12, the pass percentage has increased by 5.38 per cent. Last year, the pass percentage was 83.40 per cent.

– A total of 87651 or 7.35 per cent students have been placed in Compartment list

– The number of students who scored >95% and above is 38686

– A total of 157934 students have scored >90% and above this year.

– Institution-wise Comparative Performance 2020

InstitutionsPass Percentage
JNV98.7
KV98.62
CTSA98.23
GOVT94.94
GOVT AIDED91.56
INDEPENDENT88.22

– Earlier, a fake release had surfaced on social media which stated that the CBSE 12th results will be announced on July 11 and 10th results will be out on July 13.

– The CBSE Board has announced that no merit list will be released this year due to Covid-19

– Class 12 results of 400 students could not be computed as per decided assessment scheme; their results will be announced later: CBSE

– Girls outshine boys in CBSE class 12 examination, record 5.96 per cent higher pass percentage than boys

– CBSE Class 12 Region-wise Pass percentage 2020

The Trivandrum region recorded the highest pass percentage at 97.67 whereas the lowest pass percentage was recorded at 74.57 in the Patna region.

RegionPass Percentage
Trivandrum97.67
Bengaluru97.05
Chennai96.17
Delhi West94.61
Delhi East94.24
Panchkula92.52
Chandigarh92.04
Bhubaneswar91.46
Bhopal90.95
Pune90.24
Ajmer87.6
Noida84.87
Guwahati83.37
Dehradun83.22
Prayagraj82.49
Patna74.57

– This year a total of 1203595 students had registered for the CBSE 12th exam, out of which 1192961 appeared. A total of 1059080 students passes the CBSE exam. The overall pass percentage of CBSE 12th is 88.78 per cent.

– CBSE 12th Results 2020 declared on July 13 on the official website of the Board.

CBSE Exams 2020

CBSE had released the date sheet for board exam 2020 on December 17, 2019. This year, CBSE commenced the Board exams for both classes 10 and 12 on February 15. The exams for the main subjects for class 12 began on February 27, with English paper.
A total of 12,06,893 students had registered for the CBSE class 12 examination which include 5,22,819 girls, 6,84,068 boys and 6 transgenders.

 

Due to pandemic and subsequent lockdown, CBSE had to postpone some exams and later decided to resume on July 1. However, CBSE later decided to cancel the examinations due to a spike in the covid-19 cases.

The centre on June 25 informed the Supreme Court that the class 12 students who wish to appear for examination will be given an option for the same. The assessment of the students who do not want to appear will be done on the basis of their performance in the last two exams.
This year, CBSE had released admit cards for Board exams online on January 19 and it had QR code in it. CBSE had also increased the number of encrypted question papers from 19 to 50 to ensure the safety in the examination. CBSE had introduced password protected and encrypted question papers following the exam paper leak in 2017.
Last year, CBSE had released the class 12 results on May 2, 2020. Of total 12,05,484 students appeared, 10,05,427 had qualified the examination. The overall pass percentage of the CBSE class 12 result 2019 had recorded 83.40% which was slightly higher (0.39%) than the result of 2018.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results of the CBSE Class 10 today on the official website of the Board – cbseresults.nic.in.

Highlights

  1. CBSE class X results were declared with a pass percentage of 91.46% an increase of 0.36 percentage point.
  2. Number of students scoring 90% and above and 95% and above have seen a drop.
  3. This year the students scoring 90% and above stands at 1,84,358 as against 2,25,143 in 2019.
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results of the CBSE Class 10 today on the official website of the Board – cbseresults.nic.in. The students who appeared for the CBSE 10th Board exams 2020 are advised to visit the official website of the Board to check and download their result. Alternatively, the students can also visit the DigiLocker mobile app to access their CBSE 10th result 2020.

Very few students were able to check their results through the website as the result site was crashing frequently. Some candidates mange to get their result through SMS pull-in.

The CBSE has now taken off the result page link for Class 10th.

Except for the students in northeast Delhi, CBSE has conducted all the exams for Class X. The students of northeast Delhi were evaluated on the basis of the new assessment scheme, wherein the average of the best three performances is considered. The same is applicable to students appearing in more than three papers. For those appearing in three papers, the average of the best two performances has been taken into account.

The CBSE Board has released the 10th results on the basis of exams for which students have appeared. However, the students who think they could have done better if they had taken exams, can apply for CBSE optional examination. The date and time of CBSE optional exam will be released later by the Board.

The CBSE Board declared the results of the class 12 on Monday, July 13, 2020. The overall pass percentage increased by 5.38 per cent as against last year. While 83.40 per cent of students had cleared the exams last year, 88.78 per cent of students have cleared the exam this year.

This year, the CBSE board decided against coming up with any merit list amid the exceptional circumstances arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic.

How to get CBSE Class 10th certificates in digilocker?

Candidate’s digital mark sheet, passing and migration certificates, skill certificates are also available in DigiLocker. The Digilocker account credentials have already been sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.

The certificates can also be downloaded from the DigiLocker mobile app available at Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digilocker.android) or

Apple App Store (https://apps.apple.com/in/app/digilocker/id1320618078) to access your certificates. To login, use CBSE registered mobile number, OTP and enter the last 6 digits of your roll number as security pin.

CBSE Class 10th Result 2020: Assessment Scheme

a) For the students, who have completed all their examinations, their results will be declared based on their performance in the examinations.

b) For students who have appeared in the examinations in more than 3 subjects, the average of the marks obtained in best three performing subjects will be awarded in the subjects whose examinations have not been conducted.

c) For students who have appeared in the examinations in only 3 subjects, the average of the marks obtained in the best two performing subjects will be awarded in the subjects whose examinations have not been conducted.

The students can follow the steps given below to check and downlaod their result:

1) Open the official website – cbseresults.nic.in

2) Click on the CBSE 10th results notification available on the homepage

3) Enter your roll number, school number, centre number, and admit card

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release the results of the secondary school examinations (class 10) on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. The news was confirmed by the HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on July 14, 2020. The CBSE Board has announced the class 12 results on Monday, July 13, without any prior intimation about the result declaration.
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NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release the results of the secondary school examinations (class 10) on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. The news was confirmed by the HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on July 14, 2020.

“My dear Children, Parents, and Teachers, the results of class X CBSE board examinations will be announced tomorrow. I wish all the students best of luck,” he tweeted on social media.
The CBSE Board has announced the class 12 results on Monday, July 13, without any prior intimation about the result declaration. The CBSE 12th result was announced on the official website of the board – cbseresults.nic.in. The overall pass percentage of class 12 increased by 5.38 points this year. While 83.40 per cent students cleared the exam last year, 88.78 per cent students cleared it this year.
This year, CBSE 10th and 12th students were evaluated as per an alternative assessment scheme, after the pending exams for both classes were cancelled in view of the spike in COVID-19 cases.
How to check CBSE 10th Results 2020?
The students who appeared for the CBSE class 10 board exams 2020 can check their results on the official website of the Board – cbseresults.nic.in.
The results of the class 10 students will also be available on the DigiLocker mobile app. The CBSE Board will send login credentials for the same through SMS on the registered mobile numbers of the students.
The students would also be able to access their result through SMS service. Details of SMS service will be released shortly on the official website of the CBSE Board.
 

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