Date Sheet for Semester 1 of the CBSE Board Exams will be published today on the official website cbse.gov.in.
CBSE 2022 date sheet Semester One: Board Examination CBSE Paper for Class 10 and Class 12, Class One conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be published today October 18. The schedule will be available on the CBSE website, cbse.gov.in. For group 2021-22, CBSE conducts Board exams for Class 10 and Class 12 over two terms. The first term examinations will be held from November to December and the second term examinations are scheduled to take place from March to April.
Some recent reports indicate that board exams for the first semester are likely to begin on November 15, with exams for skills education subjects; Core material exams will begin on November 24. However, a board official said on October 14 that nothing had been decided yet.
Later that day, the board said the schedule would be available on October 18 on CBSE official website.
The board also reported that it divided Class 10 and Class 12 subjects into minors and majors. First, you will take exams for secondary subjects, followed by major subjects.
The board said this was done to prevent student learning loss.
CBSE Board Examination 2022 will be conducted for 189 papers and it takes 40-45 days for exams for all subjects.
“Since almost all affiliated schools offer core subjects, examinations for these subjects will be conducted by setting appointment papers as done previously. With regard to secondary subjects, CBSE will form a group of schools offering these subjects, and therefore CBSE will perform more than one job in schools in a single day,” the board said recently.
Semester 1 materials will contain objective questions and Semester 2 materials will contain objective and subjective questions.
Earlier this year CBSE announced board exams for two semesters so that you can take at least one exam by the board at the end of the academic year, which can be used to prepare results. For the 2020-21 student cohort, the board had to cancel all theory exams due to the COVID-19 pandemic and announce results based on alternative assessment criteria.
Many state and central boards have already decided to follow the two-term board review model introduced by CBSE.
Sample question papers and syllabuses from the 2022 CBSE Board Examinations are available on the CBSE Academic website.