CBSE Board Exams 2021: CBSE's big announcement regarding board exams, this change in exam pattern

CBSE 10th 12th Exam 2021: There has been a big change in the pattern of CBSE 10th and 12th board exams (CBSE 10th 12th Exam). This time there will be no subjective questions, there will be an objective test of 90 minutes.


New Delhi: This year CBSE 10th and 12th board exam (CBSE 10th 12th Exam) will be held in two phases. Along with this, the format of the exam has also been changed. This time there will be no subjective questions in the 10th and 12th exams, there will be an objective test of 90 minutes. Also, now the exam will be offline.

Exam will be offline

According to the information given by CBSE, the first phase board examinations of class 10th and 12th will be conducted offline. The exam date will be announced on 18 October. Objective questions will be asked in the first term-1 board examination of 10th and 12th, for which 90 minutes will be given.

Datesheet will be announced soon

CBSE is currently preparing the datesheet for the first phase examinations, which will be announced soon. Keeping in view the convenience of the students, CBSE will come up with a flexible schedule for the first term examinations for the students across the country. First term board exams can be taken in a long schedule of 8 weeks. Soon the CBSE Board is also going to declare the datesheet of the first term board examinations.

Marking scheme has been released

Along with the board examination in two phases, this time the internal marking and practical of 10th and 12th will also be taken in two parts. The board has already released the marking scheme and schedule. The internal marking of 20 numbers of 10th will be divided into ten numbers. Whereas for class 12th it is being divided into two parts of 15 marks each. For 12th, a total of 30 marks practical will be taken in two phases of 15 marks each.