CBSE Board exam 2022 time table.!

The first term board exams for class 10 will begin from November 30, while the exams for class 12 is scheduled from December 1, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced on Monday.


According to examination controller Sanyam Bhardwaj, the announced date sheet is for major subjects while the schedule for minor subjects will be sent to schools separately.

The exams for minor subjects for classes 10 and 12 will begin from November 17 and November 16 respectively.


Bifurcating the academic session, holding two term-end exams and rationalising the syllabus were part of the special assessment scheme for class 10 and 12 CBSE board exams for 2021-22, which were announced in July in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The CBSE had last week said that the first-term board examinations for classes 10 and 12 will be conducted offline in November-December.


The board had said the exams will be objective and the duration of the tests will be 90 minutes. The exams will start from 11.30 am instead of 10.30 am in view of the winter season.

Children's Masks should be Selected and Handled with Care.!

As children gradually return to face-to-face lessons, the masks have become a new addition to the school outfit. With Covid19 vaccinations pending for children ages 12 to 18 and older, their only lines of defense are face masks, hand disinfection, and physical distancing. Masks are vital in this process as they can help protect them from contracting the virus or spreading the virus to other people.

The WHO (World Health Organization) says children under the age of five need not necessarily wear masks, since they are fidgety at that age and are unlikely to be able to wear them correct for extended periods of time or discard them in a safe manner. "However, there are exceptions," says Dr Asmita Mahajan, consultant neonatologist and paediatrician at S.L. Raheja Hospital, Mahim (a Fortis associate hospital). "If the child is sick or in contact with someone who is unwell, they should wear a mask under adult supervision."

Wearing a mask does not cause any harm or affect oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the blood as most are designed to be breathable. This brings us to a key question-how to choose the right mask for children. "While choosing a mask for kids, one should look for comfort, fit and filtration, in that order, because if the mask is not comfortable, the child will not wear it [for extended periods of time]," says Dr Mahajan. "The mask should be the correct size to cover the nose, mouth, and chin and fit comfortably." It's ideal if the ear loops are adjustable to ensure better fit and comfort.

Masks with inherent anti-microbial properties can help in real-time deactivation of microorganisms, enabling multiple uses and reducing secondary infections. Since cloth masks come in different materials and deigns, it's hard to make generalisations about how effective they are. According to Amit Jain, director, Keeo Life, which manufactures masks for children, "The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) found that a three-layer knitted cotton mask blocked 26.5 per cent of particles and a two-layer nylon mask with a filter insert and a metal nose bridge blocked 79 per cent of viruses only."

What's important is that the mask should fit perfectly around the face so that leakage is prevented. "Easy breathability should be the next principle for selecting masks for children," says Jain. "They won't wear it for long if they find it suffocating. The elastic should be of higher quality so that it doesn't put heavy load on ears."

Children in good health can wear a fabric mask according to Covid-19 guidelines. But the best option is to 'double mask'-to wear a cloth mask over a surgical mask. Says Dr Mahajan, "The surgical mask gives better filtration and the cloth mask helps to hold the edges of the surgical one better to the child's face." This ensures there are no gaps that might allow infected air to pass through. As per CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) guidelines, two or more layers of washable, breathable fabric is recommended.

CBSE Board Term 1 Exam Updates

 The CBSE board examinations will be held twice a year beginning in the academic year 2021-22 and students in grades 10 and 12 are now awaiting the CBSE term 1 exam. It is expected to be published in CBSE's official website, cbse.gov.in. 

The first Term CBSE exam will take place in November / December 2021 and the work will only assess students according to the simplified syllabus, ie. 50% of the syllabus already established. 

The second term exam will be held in March / April 2022.  

The CBSE Term 1 question paper will have multiple choice questions (MCQs) which would also include case-based, and assertion-reasoning type MCQs.

Instead of the earlier 3 hours, the duration of each paper would be 90 minutes.

The questions would include case-based, and assertion-reasoning type MCQs as well which would evaluate the students properly on their syllabus content.

The CBSE Term 2 board exam would have subjective questions and the duration of each paper would be 120 minutes.

Each CBSE board exam student would be evaluated on the combination of their results in the Term 1 and Term 2 board exams.

Schools will themselves be conducting the CBSE Term 1 practical exams while the CBSE Term 2 practical exams would likely be carried out by the evaluators sent by the board.

CBSE vs ICSE Board - Differences

 While the education system is divided into three stages, namely- Primary, Secondary and Senior Secondary; the boards that offer education are as follows:  

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)

ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education)

State Level Boards that go by the name of the state.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Boards are limited to the top tier cities of the country

Syllabus – If you look at the syllabus, you will find that the syllabus of CBSE board will be really helpful if you are preparing for competitive exams like JEE or NEET etc. Because CBSE Syllabus is much better when it comes to theoretical knowledge. But when it comes to practical knowledge ICSE syllabus have the upper hand.

Difficulty Level – ICSE Syllabus is considered to be more difficult than CBSE. That is because ICSE syllabus has more internal assessments and concepts that can be applied to practicals as well.

Medium of Instructions – CBSE gives instructions in English as well as in Hindi but ICSE follows only English.

Both ICSE and CBSE is known for good knowledge to students for the future. ICSE is an Indian private board which is designed as a more affordable alternative to international schools with international curriculum, whereas CBSE is a centralized board which have a curriculum which is accepted to every type of students

CBSE affiliation to All Govt Schools - Andhra Pradesh CM

 In an important move in school education, Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy directed the officials of the education department to take measures to get CBSE affiliation for all state government schools and ensure all students write CBSE exams in 2024.

During the review meeting held at the camp office here on Monday, the chief minister also said every school should have a playground and directed the officials to map schools that do not have playgrounds. The officials have been told to acquire required lands and allot playgrounds to those schools.


A detailed review of prevailing conditions in schools after the pandemic, COVID preventive measures in schools and attendance of the students was also undertaken during the meeting.

The officials informed the chief minister there is no significant impact of the COVID-19 in schools at present due to the preventive measures taken up by the government and added that all the teachers are vaccinated and are attending schools. The attendance of students in August was 73 percent, while it was 82 percent in September and 85 percent in the first week of October.


The chief minister also inspected the quality of sports dresses, shoes, school bags and suggested some changes in them to be given to students free under ‘Jagan Anna Vidhya Kanuka.


It was also decided during the review meeting to keep aside Rs 1 lakh for each government school for maintenance work. A proposal would be also worked out to give rankings on the performance of schools through social audit by taking teachers into confidence. Apart from this, mapping of teachers will be also completed soon and the policy of subject-wise teachers would be taken up to improve curriculum.

CBSE 12 2021 results announced, direct link to check

  CBSE 12 results, applicants should follow the instructions below: 

 

 Step 1: Go to the official website cbseresults.nic.in 

 Step 2: Enter the page home, click on the link that says "CBSE Class 12 2021 Results" 

 Step 3: Enter your registration number or other login details 

 Step 4: Click Submit and the results CBSE 12 will appear on the screen. 

 Step 5: Download and get a hard copy of the same 

 All applicants should follow the official websites cbse.gov.in and cbseresults.nic.ni

CBSE Result will be Declared Soon for special exams and private candidates 2021

 CBSE Result will be Declared Soon for special exams and private candidates 2021.

 All applicants should follow the official websites cbse.gov.in and cbseresults.nic.ni

To verify CBSE 12 results, applicants should follow the instructions below: 

 Step 1: Go to the official website cbseresults.nic.in 

 Step 2: Enter the page home, click on the link that says "CBSE Class 12 2021 Results" 

 Step 3: Enter your registration number or other login details 

 Step 4: Click Submit and the results CBSE 12 will appear on the screen. 

 Step 5: Download and get a hard copy of the same.


CBSE Term 1 Exams 2021-22 Schedule

The Term 1 CBSE exam will be planned from November to December 2021 and the exam will run on a flexible schedule over a 8 week period. 

CBSE has not announced an official date for the CBSE Board Term 1 exam, but is expected to announce it soon. 

CBSE will prepare and send to schools exam papers for Term 1, which will include multiple choice questions (MCQs) on affirmative reasoning topics. 

The CBSE Term 1 exam will last 90 minutes, or an hour and a half. The Term 1 exam will cover half of the CBSE 2021 program. 

The exams for Term 1 will be administered on the OMR sheet and the students' answers will be scanned and uploaded to the CBSE portal by the school officials. 

The results of the CBSE Term 1 exam will be added to the final results of the CBSE committee for the school year 202122. 

To assess grade 10 students, schools will administer three periodic tests as well as activities such as homework. practices, conversations, listening, projects and more as told by the Board. 

The internal evaluation of the 12th year will be carried out on the basis of final tests by subject or by unit, exploratory, practical or project activities. 

Schools will be required to upload all scores obtained by students during the internal assessment on the CBSE IT platform. 

Assessments, question banks, teacher training and other programs will be provided to schools by the CBSE.

 

CBSE 10th Result 2021 LIVE Updates: Final Results Delayed, Expected Next Week

 The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) would declare the class 10 results 2021 in the coming days. While the results were expected to be announced by July 20, there is a certain delay now as the board has directed a few schools to revise the marks of the students after submission. 

Earlier on Thursday, the board released a fresh list of schools asking them to revise the results submitted by them by July 25, Sunday. 

“In case any school fails to complete the moderation process by then, its results will be declared separately”, a letter from Controller of Examinations Sanyam Bhardwaj said. Following the development, speculations are rife that CBSE class 10th result 2021 will be delayed further in order to ensure Class 12 result on time

Government Does Not Have Any Plans To Suspend NEET, Other Common Entrance Exams, Lok Sabha Told

 The Union government does not have any plans to suspend NEET and other common entrance examinations, Minister of State for Health Bharati Pravin Pawar informed Lok Sabha on Friday. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Postgraduate) and NEET (Undergraduate) 2021 examinations are scheduled to be held this year on September 11 and 12, respectively, she said in a written reply.

The examination shall be conducted with all due precautions and following all protocols, including maintaining Covid-appropriate behaviour, Ms Pawar said. Further, the additional protective measures for candidates and examination personnel are proposed towards the safe conduct of the exam, she stated. The number of examination centers have been increased across the country to avoid crowding and long travel by candidates. Admit cards being issued to candidates will bear a Covid e-pass for facilitating their easy movement and there will be staggered entry and exit of candidates from exam centers, the minister said.

All candidates will be checked at entry point for recording of temperature. Candidates detected with above normal temperature will be allowed to take the examination in a separate isolation lab created for this purpose, Ms Pawar informed.

Use of mask shall be compulsory for the candidates and they will be provided with a protective gear safety kit comprising a face shield, a mask and hand sanitizer, the minister said, adding that measures will be taken to control crowd outside examination centers. The domain of exams in respect of arts and science lies with the concerned universities or states.

NEET 2021 Exam Dates (Out): NTA Latest News & Notification, Registration Date, Result

 NEET Exam Dates 2021: As per the announced NEET 2021 exam date, NTA will conduct the medical entrance test on September 12 across the country. The registration of NEET 2021 has begun from July 13 at NTA NEET official website - nta.nic.in. The NEET exam dates 2021 consist of application form release date, admit card, NEET exam date, answer key, OMR sheet, declaration of result, and counselling.

July 13, 2021: NEET 2021 application form available now

July 12, 2021: Dharmendra Pradhan, the new education minister of India has tweeted the NEET 2021 exam date as September 13.

July 8, 2021: As per the NEET 2021 latest news, a suitable NEET 2021 exam date will be announced soon after consultation with the concerned Stakeholders.

NEET UG 2021 exam to be held in Dubai

 NEET UG 2021 exam will be conducted in Dubai for the first time, Education Ministry confirmed on Thursday. Moreover, this year, the NEET UG 2021 exams will be conducted in Kuwait city as well. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has banned all flights from India until August 2.

The medical entrance NEET 2021 will be conducted on September 12, 2021. Earlier the exam was scheduled on April 1.

NEET 2021 entrance exam is conducted in multiple languages. The information bulletin will soon be released by the NTA.

Students can find relevant information NEET 2021 eligibility criteria, important dates, result and counselling schedule, reservation criteria, application process, etc in the bulletin.