CBSE Announces Tentative Dates For Class 10, 12 Term Exams, to Release Datesheet on Oct 18

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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday announced the tentative dates for term examinations for Class 10 and Class 12. Issuing a astatement, the Board said that the datesheet would be released on October 18.Also Read – CBSE Board Exams 2021-22: CBSE Class 10, 12 Term Exams Protocols Released; Subjects Divided As Minor, Major. Full Guidelines Here

As per the announcement, the CBSE said that the Term-I examination will be conducted in the month of November-December 2021 and added that the exams will be an objective type examination and the duration of this examination would be 90 minutes. Also Read – Landmark 100 Crore Covid Vaccine Doses To Be Administered Next Week in India: Report

The CBSE further in the notification added that the Term-2 examination will be conducted in the month of March-April 2022. “This will be a subjective/objective type of examination as per the condition of COVID-19 in the country,” it added. Also Read – Register Online For Sabarimala Temple Darshan | Here’s How to Book Virtual Q Ticket on

The CBSE in the notice said that the exams for minor subjects would be scheduled first, followed by the exam for major subjects. The board further added that if the exams of all subjects are conducted — as scheduled in the pre-pandemic period — a duration of 40-45 days is required to complete the examination.

“Therefore, to avoid learning loss to students, the CBSE has decided that subjects offered by CBSE will be divided into two parts – minor subjects and major subjects. As major subjects are offered by almost all the affiliated schools, hence, exams of these subjects will be conducted by fixing date sheet as done earlier,” the circular said.

For minor subjects, the CBSE said it will make group of schools offering these subjects and thus more than one paper would be conducted by CBSE in the schools on a day.

Significantly, the CBSE said that the examinations would be conducted in offline mode. Giving further details, the CBSE said that exams for minor subjects would be scheduled first, followed by the exam for major subjects. “Date sheet of the examinations will be released on October 18,” it noted.

This year, the CBSE decided to hold two term exams instead of a single board exam and the syllabus has been equally divided for the two exams, and the marks scored in both will carry an equal weightage in the final marksheet.

The CBSE has also released a list of guidelines for schools ahead of the exams:

  1. The CBSE said that the Skill Subjects exam will start w.e.f. 15/11/2021 & Major Subjects exam from 24/11/2021.
  2. The OMR sheets will be available on CLOUD & downloaded from there.
  3. The Board said that the Encrypted Question Papers will be sent to the school/exam centre in the morning.
  4. However, the duration of exams will be 90 minutes.
  5. The CBSE said that the classroom teaching work for classes except 10 and 12 will be done between 08:00 am and 11:00 am or 11:30 am.
  6. The Board said that the OMR sheet to be submitted to the exam control room by 01:30 PM.
  7. Notably, the evaluation will start from 01:30 PM to 05:00 PM.
  8. As per the protocols, Class 12 students’ seating arrangements are to be made in one room.
  9. One exam centre has a strength of 500 students one observer, more than 500 students two observers.
  10. As per the guidelines, the City Coordinator will appoint observers and change observers in between, as per need/request.
  11. The board said that the answer key will be available by 01:30 PM and the teachers of any subject can check the OMR Sheet.
  12. The CBSE made it compulsory for students of 10 and 12 to appear in Term-1 exam and added that the marks of this exam will be considered by CBSE at the time of declaration of
  13. CBSE Class 10 and 12 results in April/May.

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