The board has asked the students not to get confused by the datesheet viral on social media. However, the board did not make it clear when the datesheet would be released.
New Delhi: A datesheet of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 10th and 12th Term I examination is becoming increasingly viral on social media. According to which the CBSE 10th and 12th Term-1 examinations will start in November. Taking cognizance of the viral date sheet, CBSE has informed the students about it. CBSE tweeted that the viral datesheet of 10th and 12th term I exam is fake. The board said that no such notification has been issued from its side so far. The board has asked the students not to get confused by the datesheet viral on social media. However, the board did not make it clear when the datesheet would be released.
The board gave this information regarding the viral datesheet
CBSE tweeted from its Twitter handle and said, "CBSE has noticed that a fake date sheet for the upcoming Term 1 exam in November 2021 is going viral on social media to confuse the students of class 10th and 12th. It is clear that the board has not yet issued any official notification in this regard.
Practicals will be done before term-1 examinations
According to CBSE, practical exams will be conducted before the phase one board exam. The board says that the internal assessment of 20 marks of class 10th will also be divided into ten marks each. Whereas for class 12th it will be divided into two parts of 15 marks each. Apart from this, 20 minutes reading time will also be given to the students in the exam, earlier the reading time was 15 minutes.
Know Exam Pattern
Due to Corona, CBSE 10th and 12th board exams are being conducted in two phases. There will be Multiple Choice Objective Questions (MCQs) in the first stage board examinations. The first session board exams are being conducted in November-December 2021. Their duration will be 90 minutes. However, the result of the examination will be released after the second phase examination to be held in March-April. CBSE schools across the country have prepared the list of candidates (LOC) data of lakhs of students appearing for the board examinations next month. All such schools across the country which are affiliated to CBSE have uploaded the official LOC of their students on the respective portal of CBSE.