CBSE Date Sheet 2020: Central Board of Secondary Education is one of the most reputed and well-known board of education. It is managed by Union Government of India. CBSE conducts the examination for class 10th and 12th every year in the months of April and May. The candidates, who will be appearing for his/ her boards must read this article as in the same, we will be talking about the details about the time table of CBSE. The CBSE will be releasing its date sheet a few months before the conduct of the examination. The candidates must make sure that they are updated with all the dates of CBSE Time Table 2020. The schedule of CBSE will be published on cbse.nic.in.

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The candidates must make sure to carry their admit card to the centre. If they fail to do so, then he/ she will not be allowed to take the examination.

The class 10th students need to score an overall of 33% per cent marks in each subject, both theory and practicals taken together in order to pass the exam, as per the board guidelines.

 According to CBSE, the candidates will have to obtain at least 33% in both, theory and practical exam in addition to 33% marks in aggregate in each subject to pass the class 12 exam.

CBSE has released the dates of the Practical Examination. The Practical Exam of CBSE will be conducted from 1st January to 7th February 2020.

As per the latest announcement of CBSE, the exams will be started from the 15th Feb 2020.

CBSE will be conducting two separate examinations of Mathematics for class 10th from 2020. The first paper will be of Basic Mathematics while the second will be of Standard Mathematics. The option of choosing mathematics will be mentioned in the registration form for class 10 CBSE board examination. Candidates will be required to select their choice of the test while filling the registration form for CBSE Class 10 board examination 2020.

new1The Central Board of Secondary Education has increased its fee for Class 10th and 12th by up to Rs 1150. The students belonging to General Students will have to pay Rs. 1500 for five subjects and ones belonging to SC/ ST categories will have to pay Rs. 1200 for five subjects. The previous fees for General and SC/ ST candidates was Rs. 750 and 350 respectively. CBSE has issued a notification stating that it has not increased the fee for the students studying in Delhi only but for the students across India.

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CBSE 2020 Board Time Table

The candidates must make sure to be updated with the complete schedule of the Central Board of Secondary Education. CBSE has announced its schedule for the session 2020 insofar. Lay your sight upon the time table of the same:

CBSE Date Sheet 2020 Class 10th and 12th:

Names of the SubjectsAnnounced Dates
CBSE 10th Class Board Practical Examination1st Jan – 7th Feb 2020
CBSE 12th Class Board Practical Examination1st Jan – 7th Feb 2020
CBSE 10th Class Board Main Examination15th February 2020
CBSE 12th Class Board Main Examination15th February 2020

Exam Scheme of CBSE Download Steps

The candidate can download the time table of Central Board of Secondary Education by following certain steps which are:

  • Hop to the official website of CBSE.
  • Click on the link of the time table.
  • Hit on the standard you are appearing in.
  • The time table will appear on the screen in a PDF Format.
  • Download and print the time table for future purposes.

Matter on Time Table of CBSE

The schedule of the Central Board of Secondary Education will be holding many important details. The candidates must know that if they feel any kind of inaccuracy in the time table, then he/ she can approach the authorities.

  • Day of the exam
  • Date of the test
  • Code of the subject
  • Name of the subject

Check CBSE Admit Card 2020.

What To Carry To The Examination Centre?

One must note that he/ she will have to carry the admit card to the center of the exam of the CBSE. Without the same, the authority will not allow any candidate to take the examination. The candidate will be able to get the admit card from his/ her respective schools. The admit card will be mentioning many important details. After that the candidate gets the admit card, he/ she must make sure that the admit card is containing the correct details. In case the candidate feels any kind of inaccuracy, then he/ she must immediately contact the concerned authorities.

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