As you are aware of the authority behind conducting the CBSE board exams is The Central Board of Education. CBSE is responsible for the supervision of the CBSE 10th and 12th standards examinations every year.
CBSE is considered the national education board of India for both private and public schools. Worldwide renowned board CBSE self-governing entity that functions under the guidance of the Ministry of Human Resource Development. Presently, the Board chairman is Mr. Manoj Ahuja.
The following blog will enlighten you about the CBSE board exams.
CBSE board updates
Though, this year, 2021-2022 the board has decided to conduct the CBSE board exams in two terms for 10th and 12th classes.
Although, the date sheet for the exams for the year 2022 for Term I was declared on October 10th, 2021. Exams will be commencing in the month of November 16, 2021, till the 30th of December 2021. Moreover, Term II of the exams is slated for March/April 2022.
Format of Term I CBSE board exams will encompass the objective type questions only. Moreover, the duration of the board exams will be 90 minutes only. Moreover, the board exams will be conducted offline for every subject.
The preceding year, CBSE board exams were rescheduled for the year 2021. As a result, of the rapidly increasing COVID cases in the country. The CBSE board exams result for the 10th and 12th standards were declared on October 3, 2021, due to the COVID
crises. Following the same CBSE board exams result for the 12th class was released on July 30, 2021.
After affects of COVID on CBSE board
Before the COVID second wave splashed the country, theoretical board exams were declared between May 4, 2021, to June 14, 2021. On the 2nd of February 2021, the board exams date sheet was announced and was affirmed on March 5, 2021. Abiding by the conducting authority’s rules, admit cards for theory papers are declared 10 to 15 days before the commencement of the exams.
Though, CBSE board practicals were scheduled from March 1st, 2021 which was later delayed.
Due to the pandemic, the lockdown came as a barrier between the new session commencement and board exams. This compelled the Central Board of Education to lessen the syllabus by 30 percent for the 10th and 12th standards. Moreover, the session started late for the year 2020-21.