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CBSE Board Exams 2023: Date, Syllabus, Notification, and Study Material

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national-level education board set up to aid the public and private schools in India. Established on 2 July 1929, the board is managed by the government of India. The CBSE curriculum offers students a comprehensive syllabus, excellence in learning, and a well-structured exam pattern. All the private and public schools that are affiliated with CBSE follow the NCERT curriculum. The CBSE Syllabus contains subject-wise contents, a practical exam syllabus, exam patterns, and grading schemes. Aakash BYJU’S offers students with CBSE study materials, which are designed in an interesting and engaging manner in order to help students prepare for the exam more efficiently.

The CBSE will soon release the exam date sheet for classes 10 and 12 term 2 for the academic year 2023 on their official website cbse.gov.in

Key Highlights about CBSE

Abbreviation

CBSE

Full form

Central Board of Secondary Education

Establishment year

2 July 1929

Chairperson

Vineet Joshi IAS

Parent organisation

Ministry of Education

No.of affiliated schools

26988 approx (cbse.gov.in)

History of CBSE

In 1921, the first board to be set up was the UP Board of High School and Intermediate Education. Under its jurisdiction, it had Central India, Gwalior and Rajputana. However, in 1929, after the setting up of the joint board, it witnessed a rapid growth at the secondary education level. It also helped in improving the quality of education in the institutions. This resulted in allowing the board to extend its jurisdiction to part-C and part-D territories, with this the board was given the name ‘Central Board of Secondary Education.’ The main purpose of setting up the CBSE board was to offer efficient education to those students whose parents were employed in the central government and had periodic transfers to other places.

CBSE Textbooks & Study Material

Referring to CBSE textbooks and study materials will definitely help students to prepare well for the upcoming board exams. The textbooks have all the topics, subtopics and important syllabus to be covered for the upcoming CBSE board exams. Students can also refer to previous years' question papers for classes 10 and 12 to understand the exam paper pattern and also to self assess a student on how well he/she is thorough with the syllabus.

CBSE Class 10 and 12 Syllabus

The CBSE syllabus refers to the lessons and academic content to be taught to a student in the school. All the schools affiliated with CBSE follow the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) curriculum. The CBSE syllabus is a well-structured and oriented curriculum designed carefully in an interesting and engaging manner for the educational benefits of each student. It contains detailed academic content that is divided subject-wise, topic-wise and sub-topic-wise to help the students skim through the portion easily. It also consists of a practical exam syllabus, exam patterns, and grading schemes. Aakash BYJU’S offers students comprehensive online CBSE study materials to help them prepare for the CBSE board exam more efficiently.

By clicking on the links, you will find the CBSE board syllabus for classes 10 and 12 for 2022. The syllabus for 2023 will be updated if any new changes are announced by the authority.

Previous Year Question Papers

It is always good to refer to previous year question papers to help familiarise yourself with the CBSE class 10 and 12 board exam patterns understand where your strength and weaknesses lies and to give an idea of your level of preparation. Referring to the previous year's question papers also helps you to understand the concept better and give you more confidence to write the board exam. You will also be able to chalk out similar questions that have been appearing over the past few years. This way it will help you get familiar with the question papers. 

By clicking on the links, you will find the CBSE Previous Year Question Papers for Class 10 and 12.

  • CBSE Class 10 previous year question papers
  • CBSE Class 12 previous year question papers

CBSE Board Exam 2023 Admit Card

The CBSE term-II class 10 and 12 exam admit card 2023 will be available for students on the official website of the board i.e. cbse.nic.in or cbse.gov.in. You can download the hall ticket from the official website and get it printed. You will also be able to get the admit card from your respective schools as well. The admit card is important for all the students writing the CBSE class 10 and CBSE class 12 board exams. It is mandatory for all the students to carry the admit card to the exam hall, if not, you will not be allowed to write the exam. When you get your admit card, it is important that you check all the details mentioned in the admit card - your name, roll number, signature, photo, exam centre location, subjects and exam dates.

 

Class 10 Admit Card 2023

CBSE class 10 Term 1 and 2 board exam timetable will soon be released. While appearing for the board exam it is mandatory for the students to carry the Class 10 admit card. You will be able to download the admit card from the official website or check with your school administration to get a physical copy of the admit card.

To download the class 10 admit card login to: cbse.gov.in

Class 12 Admit Card 2023

The class 12 CBSE board exam will start on 26 April 2022. All students who will be writing the class 12 board exam are required to carry the admit card to the exam hall without fail. No candidate would be allowed to enter the examination centre without the admit card. The information regarding how to download the admit card will be available on the official CBSE website. 

To download the class 12 Term 2 admit card login to: cbse.gov.in

CBSE Exam Result & Pass Percentage 

The grading system for class 10 and 12 CBSE board exams is in the table mentioned below.

Grade

Marks

Points for Grade

A1

91-100

10

A2

81-90

9

B1

71-80

8

B2

61-70

7

C1

51-60

6

C2

41-50

5

D

31-40

4

E1

21-30

-

E2

0-20

-

Class 10 Result 

Class 10 results will be announced after the conduct of the exams. It is important to collect your admit card before the exam date approaches as the hall ticket is mandatory to enter the examination centre. 

Class 12 Result

Class 12 results will be announced after the conduct of the exams. All students who pass the Term-I exam will be eligible to write the Term 2 exams. 

FAQs

Ques.1- Where can you download my class 10 and 12 CBSE board exam admit cards for 2023?
Ans.- You can download your class 10 and 12 CBSE board exam admit cards from the official website cbse.gov.in. Alternatively, you can also inquire with your school administration for a physical copy of the admit card.

Ques.2- Will the class 10 and 12 boards be held offline or online?
Ans.- The exam, as per the board, will be held offline in the respective schools of the students. Students will have to compulsorily carry the admit card issued in their name. The admit card can be downloaded from the official website of the board. 

Ques.3- How will marks be divided between the first and second term?
Ans.- The marks will be equally divided between the first and second terms for the particular theory subjects. Say, if the theory portion marks for Physics is 70, the first term exam will be marked out of 35 and the second term exam will be marked out of 35. Adding up both the marks would give you a total of 70 plus your practical marks would sum up to 100.

Ques.4- Where will the CBSE board exam be held and when?
Ans.- The CBSE class 10 and 12 board exams will be held in the respective schools of the students enrolled. 

Ques.5- Where can you find the class 10 and 12 CBSE board exam dates?
Ans.- You can download the CBSE class 10 and 12 board exam date timetable from the official website cbse.gov.in. The exam dates will also be printed on your admit card. You can also find the exam schedule on our Aakash BYJU’S website.

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