CBSE board has announced that it has separated topics in Class 10 and Class 12 into minor and major categories. Exams for minor topics will be held first, followed by exams for major courses.
CBSE Date Sheet 2022 Term 1: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the date sheet for the Class 10 and Class 12 term 1 board exam today, October 18. On the CBSE website, cbse.gov.in, the timetable will be available.
The CBSE is holding Class 10 and Class 12 board exams in two terms for the 2021-22 cohort. The first term exams will take place in November-December, while the second term exams will take place in March-April.
Board announces separation of topics in Class 10 and 12
According to recent reports, term 1 board exams will likely begin on November 15, with exams for Skills Education topics, followed by exams for core subjects on November 24. On October 14, however, a board spokesman stated that nothing has been determined officially.
The board said later that day that the timetable would be released on October 18.
The board further stated that topics in Class 10 and Class 12 have been classified into minor and major categories. Exams for minor topics will be held first, followed by exams for major courses.
The board stated that this was done to prevent kids from losing their learning.
CBSE board exam 2022 will consist of 189 papers
The CBSE board exam 2022 will consist of 189 papers, and it will take approximately 40-45 days to complete all of the topics.
“As major subjects are offered by almost all the affiliated schools, hence exams of these subjects will be conducted by fixing date sheets as done earlier. Regarding minor subjects, CBSE will make group of schools offering these subjects and thus more than one paper will be conducted by CBSE in the schools on a day,” the board stated previously.
Objective-type questions will be on the first term’s papers, whereas subjective and objective questions will be on the second term’s papers.
CBSE approved two-term board exams previously this year
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the board had to suspend all theory exams for the 2020-21 class of students and announce results based on alternate evaluation criteria.
CBSE approved two-term board exams previously this year ensuring that at least one board-conducted examination can be used to prepare results at the end of the academic year.
Many state and federal boards have already agreed to adopt the CBSE’s two-term board exam arrangement. The CBSE academic webpage has practice question papers and syllabus for the 2022 board exams.