CBSE Board Class 10th & 12th 2019 Exam Time Table:
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the date sheet for the 2019 board examinations for the class 10th and 12th students. As per the schedule, the exams for Class 12 will begin from February 15, 2019, which will continue till April 3.The students are already thriving hard to cross the benchmark of 90% as the competition to get admissions into the best colleges has immensely increased. To help students in their board exam preparation, here we are providing some tips that might help them perform better and fetch more marks:
The date sheets for the CBSE Board exams for Class X and XII was released on Sunday. The Central Board of Secondary Education said that they have ensured students get time between exams and the dates do not coincide with competitive examinations, and have also kept in mind the admission schedule of Delhi University.
This year, the date sheet has been released much earlier, with examinations beginning and ending earlier than usual too. This year, both classes will begin their exams in February, beginning with vocational subjects. The main subject papers will begin from March.For Class XII, the examination will start February 15 and end on April 3. For Class X, it begins February 21 and ends March 29.
Earlier the exams used to start in March and extend till the end of April. Schools have been directed to complete practical examinations by February 15.“Students have been distributed to avoid rush at examination Centres. Examination of the subjects taken by small number of students will be conducted early so that less number of schools are involved or disturbed,” said Sanyam Bhardwaj, CBSE controller of examination.
The Date sheet is prepared based on the subject combinations opted by the students of Class X and Class XII. “It has been observed that this year students have opted about 30,000 combinations of subjects in both the classes,” said Bhardwaj. The result of the examination is likely to be declared by first week of June.