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CBSE has announced that the results for the 2019 exam will be declared between May 13 to May 17, on its official website. Students or parents can log in to the official website cbseresults.nic.in. However, they can also check their results from the search page on Google. The CBSE secretary, Anurag Tripathi informed that the results for Class 12 will be out first followed by the Class 10 results, after two to three days.”
A recent circular released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced that it has decided to drop a few chapters from their class 10 exam syllabus for the 2019-2020 sessions. The five chapters that have been dropped from the syllabus are from the Democratic Politics Book. The chapters are ‘Democracy and Diversity’, ‘Popular Struggle and Movements’ and ‘Challenges to Democracy’ and ‘Forest and Wildlife’ and ‘Water Resources.’
However, the circular stated that these five chapters will be assessed during the periodic tests in class, but would be excluded from the board exam for 2020. This move comes as part of CBSE's long-pending plans, to prune the curriculum for the board exam and make it more relevant for students.
Now, your child can learn Arts as part of the curriculum! In a recent circular released by CBSE, it states that to promote active and experiential learning and to inculcate an appreciation of the vast diversity in the Indian art forms, the board has taken a decision to integrate Arts with the teaching and learning process of all academic subjects from class 1 to 12. So, now Arts education will be a mandatory subject for classes 1 to 12. The schools affiliated to CBSE will follow due process.
Many students were concerned over the disparity in the difficulty levels of the Class X social science paper set by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The question papers were divided into three sets and the first set was easier than the other two. Those students who received question paper set two and three were expected to name one regional party from each state along with their election symbol. The students who got the first set were asked to identify the regional and national parties from a given list. Many students claimed it was unfair to be expected to know regional party from each state.
After last year's debacle of paper leaks, CBSE has taken thorough steps to ensure it doesn't happen again. So, when videos claiming to have original question paper surfaced, it went all out to track them and notify the public about it. The exams for which fake question papers are being distributed are English and Social Science for class 10 and Economics for class 12.
Principals, teachers and staff involved in board examination duty will be exempted from election duty, as per reports. This was declared in a letter by CBSE chairperson Anita Karwal, published on their official website.
The board uploaded its first podcast on the app Shiksha Vani today. The podcast is about educating schools, teachers and students on the latest initiatives and learning processes to help enhance learning.
The first podcast related to the evaluation process of the ongoing exams has been uploaded today, to help students understand the marking system.
According to reports, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may release the results a little earlier this year. A report published today on Hindustan Times cited a senior official from Dehradun saying that the evaluation of the papers will be finished by April 20 and results will be declared by May 10.
However, it has not been confirmed yet, whether both the class 10 and 12 results will be declared by early May 2019.
According to official release, around 18.19 lakh students are set to appear for the board examinations of 2019. The class 10 main papers will start from 3 March and will conclude on 29 March.
According to a circular released by the Central Board Of Secondary Education, the board has decided to relax some rules for children of martyred parents who served in the Armed Forces, Military and Para-military Forces. Following are some of the rules:
The day before an exam is always stressful and what your child does or does not do in those 24 hours has a direct impact on how he fares in the exam. Read these tips given by an expert to help your child be ready and confident on the day of the exam.
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For students to have faith in the examination process, it is essential they believe in the marking system. And to ensure that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is conducting workshops and training sessions across the country for evaluators, teachers and principals before the board examinations for classes 10 and 12 begin. According to reports, around 50,000 people have been trained so far as part of the exercise initiated by the board to increase objectivity in the marking system.
CBSE chief Anita Karwal in her special message to students appearing for the boards this year said they should treat exams as URLs of their lives. According to reports, the chief in her message said, “Let your mind’s ‘web browser’ be “loose”, “download” competencies and life skills, “firewall” all distractions while concentrating on studies and treat exams as URLs of your lives.”
Around 31,14,821 students including 18 lakh boys and 12.9 lakh girls are all set to appear for their CBSE board exams that begin tomorrow. According to a statement released by the board, the CBSE exams will be conducted across 4,974 centres in India and 78 centres abroad. The total count of registered students includes 28 transgender candidates.
The vocational papers for class 12 students will start tomorrow and the mains will start from March 2.
In an effort to make the examination system more seamless and transparent, the CBSE board has announced new features and initiatives regarding the upcoming board exams. Here are some of them:
Question paper format and marking scheme:
What is banned:
Facilities for children with special needs (CWSN):
New IT initiatives:
Outreach and dissemination programme:
Multilevel psychological counselling for coping with exam anxiety through interactive voice response system, live counselling and audio-visual presentations
Declaration of results:
The board aims to declare the results one week earlier than previous years.
While most children would have finished with their preparation by now, studying during the board exams needs a proper plan. ParentCircle shares with you some exclusive tips on revision and studying during the board exams from CBSE toppers.
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After the flak the Central Board Of Secondary Education received for the question paper leaks last year, this time the board is leaving no stone unturned to make sure the examinations go smoothly. So, it has introduced strict measures to prevent unfortunate events like last year's paper leaks.
This year, the CBSE has introduced three levels of seals to ensure the system is leak proof. In the first stage, the question paper sets will sent by different people at different places under observation. would be sending the question papers sealed in different sets that would be witnessed by different people at different places. Then the papers will be given to schools under CCTV surveillance and will be signed by the person collecting them. The seal will be opened in front of CBSE officials and two examiners. The final seal of the question papers will be broken in the exam hall before two students who will stand in as witnesses. These students will be chosen randomly and will never be repeated. The process has been introduced to ensure the sanctity of the examination system isn’t violated.
According to latest reports, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may make it easier for students appearing for their board examinations this year by increasing the number of optional questions. has come up with a major relief for class 10, 12 board students this year. may increase the number of optional questions, reports News 18 Hindi.
Reportedly, these changes will be implemented in 40 subjects for class 12 and 15 subjects for class 10. This is an effort by the board to make it easier for the students to answer questions in areas they are the strongest in. will see such changes.
This is an attempt by CBSE board which will enable students to answer questions from the areas they are the strongest in.
The Central Board of Secondary Education conducted a live session to prepare children for the upcoming exams. The session was conducted at Kulachi Hansraj Model School in New Delhi. It was an interactive session meant for schools and stakeholders.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has issued a letter for parents asking them not to put any pressure on their children before the exams. In the letter, the board has also advised parents to not gather outside or try to enter the examination centres, as this only deters the staff on examination duty to pay proper attention to the students taking the exam.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued admit cards for the 2019 Class 10 and Class 12 board examinations and has announced new rules regarding the cards.
Here are some key points all parents must know:
General instructions for students:
Last year, students who appeared for the board examinations, and their parents, were in turmoil owing to the question paper leaks and re-examination of certain papers. Adding fuel to the fire were various rumours that were being circulated on social media platforms and apps.
To avoid a repeat of the situation and the spread of unfounded rumours, the CBSE has asked parents to directly reach out to the board at email@example.com to share any concerns.
Exams in general are stressful and board examinations, even more so. To help calm nerves, the CBSE recently announced a pre-exam counselling session for students and parents. The sessions are going on now. Students can call the toll-free number 1800 11 8004 to make use of these sessions. The Central Board has appointed 85 trained counsellors in India and abroad for these tele-counselling sessions. The counsellors will help counsel students and bring down their stress levels. Apart from counselling, students can also get tips on preparation for exams, time and stress management, and other FAQs from these sessions till 4 April.
ParentCircle wishes all the students of the 2018-19 batch all the best!
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