As the storm is approaching in a form of the CBSE board exam. Students are pulling their socks up as the CBSE board exam is approaching. Datesheet for the year 2021 for the Term I Board Exam is released.
Students are going through a crucial time for giving final touches to their preparation, as only a few weeks are left for them to face the board exam.
As you known that the authority behind conducting the board exam is The Central Board of Education. CBSE is responsible for the direction of the CBSE 10th and 12th standards examination annually.
Rescheduleing of CBSE Board Exam Dates
However, this year, the CBSE board exam will be carried out in two terms for the year 2021-22 for the 10th and 12th standards.
The exam date sheet for the 2022 term 1 exam has been released on the 10th of October, 2021. The 10th and 12th standards board exam will commence from the 16th of November to December 30, 2021. And for the second term will be conducted between March or April 2022.
The Term 1 exam format will consist of MCQ-type questions only, and the time duration for each exam will be of 90minutes. The CBSE board exam will be held offline mode for all the subjects.
The previous year, the CBSE board exam for the year 2021 was postponed due to the peak rising COVID cases. Moreover, This situation compelled the board to release the board exam result. CBSE 10th standard results were declared on the 3rd of October. Whereas, CBSE 12th standard results were declared on the 30th of July 2021.
After affects of Pandemic on CBSE pattern
Prior to, disastrous splash of COVID, a theoretical CBSE board exam was scheduled between the 4th of May to the 14th of June 2021. The date sheet was declared on the 2nd of February that was revised on the 5th of March. However, according to the rule, admit-cards for theory exams are released 10 to 15 days prior to exams.
The CBSE board practicals commenced from the 1st of March 2021 which were later postponed.
The adverse condition of lockdown due to the pandemic resulted in the late commencement of the session 2020-21. Although, the session was conducted online. As a result, CBSE board has decided to cut short the syllabus for the 10th and 12th standards by a 30 percent ratio.