CBSE Term-I Date Sheets For The 10th & 12th To Be Released Today


The CBSE or the Central Board of Secondary Education is going to conduct the first-term board examinations for 10th and 12th standards offline during the month of November-December. Last week, the board announced that it will release the date sheet for the examination on October 18.

This year, the CBSE board has segmented the academic session where instead of a single annual examination for secondary and senior secondary in the month of February-March, the board has decided to conduct examinations in two terms.

The CBSE board also informed that the term I examination will be an objective type. However, the duration of the examination would be of 90 minutes.

The examination will commence from 11.30 am sharp because of the impelling winter season. The second-term exams will be conducted in the month of March-April, 2022. However, if it is supposed to be objective or subjective-type, will actually depend on the current Covid-19 situation in the country.

Sanyam Bhardwaj, the CBSE Examination Controller had once said that the term-I examination will be over, the results will be declared in the form of the marks scored. No student will get placed in the compartment, pass, and repeat categories soon after the first term examination ends. However, the final results will only be declared after the completion of both first and second-term examinations.

“Internal assessment or practical exams will be finished in schools before the initial term tests are finished. The marks dispensed will be half of the all-out marks and referenced in the schedule. The schools will be educated independently about the full plan so they can make the vital arrangements,” he added.

“The CBSE needs to direct the assessments for an aggregate of 189 subjects. However, if the tests are directed for every one of the subjects, the whole span of the assessments would be around 40-45 days. Hence, to try not to learn the loss of understudies, the CBSE has concluded that the subjects presented by it will be partitioned into two sections – significant subjects and minor subjects,” Bhardwaj said.

“As the significant subjects are presented by practically every one of the subsidiary schools, the tests for these subjects will be directed by fixing a date-sheet, as done prior. With respect to minor subjects, the CBSE will make gatherings of schools offering these subjects and accordingly, more than one paper would be led by the board in the schools on a day,” according to CBSE.

The CBSE board has also released the sample papers for classes 10th, 12th, and the marking scheme for the term-I exams in the session 2021-22. Students who are supposed to sit on the examination this session should keep a regular eye on the board’s official website to keep up with the recent updates.