CBSE announces date sheet
After the new year bash it’s time for class X and XII students to tools up for Board examinations as critical Board for Secondary schooling, CBSE, has introduced the date sheet. Board assessments for each class would begin from Saturday, March 1. Where class X checks would begin with easy tests like Marathi, Spanish, portray and many others, classification XII exams would commence with English examination. As per CBSE’s Regional Director, RJ Khanderao, this year 10% extra college students shall be sitting for Board examinations in each category X and XII.
The category X tests would end on March 19 the place as category XII checks would go on until April 17. All of the tests would begin at 10.30am.
The announcement of the date sheet has come as a relief for the entire college students sitting for board exams, particularly for class X as their tests would be ending within 19 days.
“I am happy all of the primary papers will recover from via March 15 as then we will be able to happily revel in Holy, which falls on March 17,” stated Ankush Chopra, a class X student.
However one of the type XII science students is a bit involved about quick breaks between the principle assessments. Though their major concern comes from the truth that many of these students will be dealing with Board exams for the very first time as in school X they opted for college based board checks.
“I’ve opted for both scientific and non-clinical and i feel scared as a result of there are only three days to arrange for Biology after Chemistry exam and after four days of biology shall be arithmetic and,” said Nitika Bansal, a class XII Science stream student.
“I have enough time to organize for mathematics after Chemistry exam but I nonetheless feel anxious as this for the first time I shall be giving board tests,” stated Dhruv Kapoor, a class XII science student.
The main exams for class XII have been scheduled for March 5 (Physics), March 11 (Chemistry), March 15 (Biology), March 20 (Mathematics) and April 1 (accountancy). It is mainly the students from Humanities stream whose exams would be ending by April 17.