As declared earlier, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally announced the date sheet of CBSE board Class 10 and 12 exams on the official website of CBSE. The board examination for Class 10 will start from May 4 and end on June 7 and Class 12th board exam will commence from May 4 and end on June 11, 2021, respectively. Schools will conduct the practical exam from March 1, 2021, onwards.
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All the CBSE students who will be appearing on this year’s board exam can check the entire schedule on the official website of the CBSE. The results will be announced on July 15, 2021.
Steps To Check The 2021 CBSE Board Exam Date Sheets:
Visit the official website of CBSE.
Click on the ‘NEW WEBSITE’.
It will redirect you to the new website of CBSE.
Check the tab named “Latest@CBSE”.
Click on the link that reads “Date Sheet For Board Examination 2021 Class Xth Class XIIth”.
You will be able to access the Class 10th and Class 12th date sheets in PDF format. Download it for further reference.
Unlike 2020 CBSE board exam, this year board exam will be conducted within 39 days. Last year, the entire exam was scheduled for 45 days. According to the Union Education Minister, this year students are given enough time in between two subjects for last-minute revision, while he announced.
The exams will be conducted while maintaining proper safety measures for COVID-19 pandemic. Like last year, both the students and teachers will be required to carry hand sanitiser, wear face masks and maintain social distancing norms strictly.
Keeping the students’ convenience in mind, the syllabus of both the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams have been reduced by the board amid this ongoing pandemic situation. Nearly 30 percent syllabus has been reduced for both Class 10th and Class 12th. Besides, there are some significant changes in the passing percentage as well. Read more about this update.