CBSE Class 12 Exam: CBSE 12th exams starting from today, know important things here


  • CBSE 12th exams are starting from today.
  • These exams are being held only for minor subjects.
  • The 10th examinations will be conducted from November 17.

CBSE Term 1 Board Exam 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 12th minor subjects examinations are starting from today. The first day of CBSE 12th Term 1 Minor exam will begin at 11:30 am with the paper on Entrepreneurship and Beauty and Wellness. Students will need to carry the CBSE Term 1 Admit Card with them. Term 1 exam will be conducted for 50% syllabus and will have multiple choice questions (MCQs) of case-based and assertion-reasoning type. OMR sheets will be given to the students to answer the questions.

Answers to be filled like this
Students have to use blue or black ballpoint pen to darken the correct answer in the CBSE OMR sheet. If a candidate darkens the wrong circle in the CBSE Term 1 OMR sheet, they can fill in the correct answer in the box provided next to the four circles. Students have to write the correct option A, B, C or D in the box. CBSE will consider the answers filled in the box as the final answer.

These details have to be filled on OMR
Let us tell you that the minor examinations of class 12 will continue till December 30. Students have to fill their name, father’s name, CBSE Term 1 board exam roll number, exam day and date, exam center number and name, subject code and name, and school code and name in the CBSE OMR sheet.

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Know when will the examinations of major subjects start
The 10th minor examinations will start from 17th November i.e. tomorrow and will end on 7th December. At the same time, the major examinations of 12th term 1 will start from December 1, while the major examinations of 10th will be conducted from November 30.

Hearing on conducting examinations in hybrid mode will be held on November 18
The Supreme Court on Monday deferred hearing on a plea by CBSE and CISCE students seeking to conduct the Term 1 examinations in hybrid mode. Now the Supreme Court will hear the matter on November 18. When the matter was called for hearing, a bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and CT Ravikumar said it would tag the matter with a similar case (WP(C) 1081/2021) as both the petitions were seeking equal relief. She was Let us inform that the students of class 10th and 12th of CBSE and CISCE are demanding that the board examinations should be conducted in hybrid mode i.e. both offline and online rather than in offline mode only.

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