The Central Board of Secondary Education (known as CBSE) is a Board of Education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked all schools affiliated to follow only NCERT curriculum. The exam date of class 10th and 12th has been declared today on 10th January, 2018. Now students can check the schedule for their board exams on the official website of Central Board of secondary Education. Some students, parents and , especially the students from the humanities stream — expressed dissatisfaction and called for changes in the date sheet.
The examination schedule was announced by the board on Wednesday evening. From this year the Class X students of CBSE will have to take the mandatory Board exam as the school-based exams have been scrapped. The CBSE class X examinations, in which 16,38,552 students are expected to appear, would end on April 4. The board exam will commence from 10.30 am.
- There was a reasonable time gap between the major papers and the students who were appearing for Joint Engineering Exam and upcoming National Eligibility cum Entrance Test last year, could complete the CBSE examinations ahead of these entrance exams.
More than 11.86 Lakh candidates have registered for Class XII CBSE Board Exams 2018, who can check the Class 12th Board Exams Date Sheet 2018 below:
- March 5: English
- March 7: Physics
- March 9: Business studies
- March 10: Multimedia and Web T
- March 15: Accountancy
The last exam scheduled for class 12th this year is Home Science on April 12, 2018.
CBSE Date Sheet 2018 For Class 10:
- March 5: Information and communication technology, security, automobile technology
- March 6: Hindi
- March 12: English
- March 16: Science
- March 28: Mathematics
The theory exams end on April 4, 2018.
For more details, you may go the official websites of CBSE – cbse.nic.in and cbseacademic.in. Class 10 mathematics exam will be held on 28 March 2018 and for class 12 it will be on 21 March. The board exam will commence from 10.30 am. Candidates can go through the marking scheme and sample papers released by the Board.