CBSE exams 2020: This year, the Class 10 and 12 examinations will commence from February 15, 2020. The candidates need to secure a minimum 33 per cent marks to pass the examination
CBSE exams 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released an important notifications for the private candidates appearing for the Class 12 examination. As per the notification released by CBSE, question papers of Mass Media Studies, Library and Information Science, Typography and CA English, Shorthand English, Typogrpahy and CA Hindi, Web Application will be as per pattern as given for 2019 examination for the candidates appearing under the category private candidate.
The question papers in the subjects of Fashion Studies, Agriculture, Office Procedures and Practices, Geospatial Technology, Taxation, Marketing, Salesmanship, Banking, Insurance will be as per pattern as given in the curriculum and sample question paper for examination for the candidates appearing under the category private candidate, read the official notification.
This year, the Class 10 and 12 examinations will commence from February 15, 2020.
CBSE class 10 date sheet
February 15 – Media, agriculture, retail, automotive, introduction to financial markets, intro to tourism, food production, health care, multi-skill foundation course, security, beauty and wellness, front office operations, banking and insurance, apparel
February 17 – Home Science, National Cadet Corps, e-publishing and e-office
February 20 – Information and technology, marketing sales
February 22 – Kannada, Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Gurung
February 24 – Urdu, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Sindhi, Marathi, Gujarati, Odia, Assamese, Tibetan, Russian, Persian, Nepali, Bodo, Spanish, Mizo, Tamang, Sherpa, Thai, Urdu Course B, Manipuri, Malayalam, Limboo, Kashmiri
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February 26 – English communication, English literature
February 28 – Elementary block K
February 29 – Hindi course A and B
March 2 – Carnatic Music, Hindustani music
March 4 – Science theory, Science practical
March 6 – Elements of business
March 7 – Sanksrit
March 12 – Mathematics – standard and basic
March 14 – Painting
March 18 – Social Science
March 20 – Computer applications, information and communication technology.
The examinations will from 10 am and 15 minutes will give given to each candidate to read the question paper. To pass the exams, candidates need to clear both theory and practical exams separately. For CBSE, candidates need to secure 33 per cent marks to pass.
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