CBSE date sheet 2022 released for Term 2: Check CBSE date sheet 2022 Class 10 - CBSE INFO

Saturday 12 March 2022

CBSE date sheet 2022 released for Term 2: Check CBSE date sheet 2022 Class 10

The CBSE date sheet 2022 has been released for Term 2 for both Classes 10 and 12. Check CBSE date sheet 2022 Class 10 here

The CBSE date sheet 2022 for Classes 10 and 12 have been released today. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is conducting the CBSE Term 2 exams in April-May for the two board classes. From the academic year 2021-2022 onwards, CBSE has shifted to the two-term board-exam pattern, following which many state boards are also deciding the same.

The CBSE Term 2 exam dates are from April 26 to May 24 for Class 10. The CBSE date sheet 2022 Class 12 and CBSE date sheet 2022 Class 10 have been released today on the official website and for the major subjects only.

The CBSE admit cards will need to be collected from the respective schools of the candidates.

CBSE date sheet 2022 Class 10 for Term 2 major subjects:

English Language and Literature: April 27

Mathematics Standard and Basic: May 5

Home Science: May 2

Science: May 10

Social Science: May 14

Hindi Course A and Course B: May 18

Computer Applications: May 23

Click here to download full data sheet

CBSE board exam 2022 details

The CBSE Term 2 paper will only test students on the rationalised syllabus like the last years due to Covid-19. That rationalised syllabus will be divided into two for the two terms.

The CBSE Term 2 exam will be of 120 minutes for each subject and based on both MCQs and subjective questions.

Practical and internal assessment exams will be held at the respective schools of candidates before the CBSE Term 2 exams end. The allotted marks will be 50% of the total and schools will be informed about the detailed scheme so they can plan accordingly.

The CBSE Term 1 result 2022 will be declared only in the form on marks in each subject. No student will be placed in the pass, compartment, and essential repeat categories after the first term exam. The final results will be declared after CBSE Term 2 board exam is over.

Sample question papers and syllabi of the CBSE board exam 2022 are available on the CBSE academic website.

What CBSE took care of while preparing the date sheet

As per the CBSE date sheets, here's what the board took care of while preparing them:

1. As the schools were closed due to pandemic which has led to learning losses, therefore, more gap has been given between the two examinations in almost all the subjects in both the classes.

2. Wherever the gap is a little lesser, such examinations have been kept at a later date so that students can get sufficient time for the preparation of these examinations.

3. Other competitive examinations including JEE Main have been taken care of while preparing the date sheet.

4. These date sheets have been prepared by avoiding nearly 35000 subjects' combinations to ensure that no two subjects' examinations of a student fall on the same date.

5. Despite the fact that temperature would be on a little higher side, the time of start of the examination will be at 10.30 am because it will not be possible to start the examination earlier as examinations will be conducted in 26 more countries than that of India. Similarly, because of the same reason, examinations cannot be conducted in two shifts.

CBSE board exam 2022 instructions

The Covid-19-related instructions listed on the CBSE datesheets released today are:

  • Candidates will carry their own hand sanitiser in a transparent bottle
  • Candidates will cover their nose and mouth with mask
  • Candidates will follow social-distancing norms
  • Parents will guide their wards on Covid-19 prevention norms
  • Parents will ensure that their ward isn't sick
  • Candidates need to follow all instructions while appearing in the exam centres
  • Candidates will need to follow all instructions on the admit cards
  • The duration for each exam will be given on the datesheets and admit cards
  • Students will get 15 minutes of reading time for each exam.

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