As per the new schedule, the exams which were scheduled to be held on April 4 have been pushed forward till March 27, the next day for Business Studies and Business Administration exams on March 25.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the revised datesheet for Class XII Board Exam 2023. As per the new schedule, the exams which were scheduled to be held on April 4 have been pushed forward till March 27, the next day for Business Studies and Business Administration exams on March 25.
The subjects whose examinations have been rescheduled include Urdu Elective, Sanskrit Elective, Carnatic Music Vocal, Carnatic Music Male Ins, Carnatic Sangeet Prati Ins Mridangam, Knowledge Tradition and Practice of India, Urdu Core, Front Office Operations, Insurance, Geospatial Technology, electrical technology, taxation. and media studies. Students can get the revised datesheet of class 12 on the official website – cbse.gov.in and cbse.nic.in.
According to the datesheet issued by the board, the 10th examination will start from February 15 and end on March 21. Although the twelfth examination will also start from February 15, but it will continue till April 5. Both the 10th and 12th exams will start at 10.30 am and end at 1.30 pm.
The CBSE Class 10th and 12th written exam will be of 80 marks and the remaining 20 marks will be for ‘Internal Assessment’ and ‘Project Assessment’. The education ministry had earlier said that at least 40 per cent of Class 10 exams and 30 per cent of Class 12 exams would be skill-based.
The board had earlier announced the dates for the practical exams, which will start from January 2 and go on till February 14. CBSE Board’s Controller of Examination Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj said that the schools have to decide the controller and supervisor, assistant supervisor for the examination. After taking the practical test, the copies of the students will be evaluated and their marks will be uploaded on the website. Schools will have to compulsorily install CCTV cameras in every room during practical and written exams. Any school affiliated to the board that does not follow this can be fined up to Rs 50,000.