CBSE issued guidelines for schools to be fined up to 50000 for delay without practical results
CBSE on Friday issued guidelines related to the first term board examination of class 10th and 12th to be held in December. In this, the schools have been instructed to send the numbers within the time limit. Schools sending numbers after the last date can be fined up to Rs 50,000. According to the board, the admit card for the first phase of the examination will be issued on November 9.
The 10th exam will be held from November 17. At the same time, the 12th examination will start from November 16. The duration of the exam will be 90 minutes. The exam will now normally start from 11:30 am. Now you will get 20 minutes to read the first question paper. Divyang students will get 30 minutes extra. The first term exam will be of 90 minutes. Multiple choice questions will be asked in it. Students have to fill the answer on the OMR sheet.
However, the time for the second term exam to be held in March-April will be 2 hours. It will have detailed answer questions. The result will be calculated by combining the marks of both the terms.
Source: Dainik Bhaskar