CBSE Term 2 released 10th, 12th exam datesheet, examinations will be held from March 2
CBSE Term 2 Practical/Internal Exam Date 2022 The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the CBSE Term 2 Practical/Internal Exam Date for CBSE 10th and 12th Term 2 Practical Exam 2022. As per the schedule released by the board, the practical examinations of CBSE Class 10 and 12 Term 2 will start from March 2. Students can download the datesheet of CBSE 10th and 12th Term 2 practical or internal examination 2022 from the official website of the board, cbse.gov.in.
CBSE Term 2 practical exam will last for 10 days
CBSE Term 2: Students waiting for the practical exam date will be happy to know that the board has released the date. Recently the board has uploaded the practical exam notification and guidelines on its official website cbse.gov.in. While issuing the notification of the examination, the board has said that practical examinations will be conducted keeping in mind the guidelines of Kovid-19 in the schools of the students. Let us tell you that the practical examination, project or internal assessment of CBSE 10th 12th will start from Wednesday, March 2, 2022. The exam will last for 10 days.
Calculate Marks Properly Before Uploading Marks
The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the information for all the schools to calculate the marks properly before uploading the practical exam marks. Because the practical exam marks will be uploaded in one go. No chance of improvement in marks will be given once uploaded.
CBSE Class 10, Class 12 Term 2 Practical Exam / Internal Exam – Guidelines
There are no different dates fixed by the board for different schools for the practical exams. The school will fix the date for practical examination of class 10, class 12 in consultation with the appointed external examiner.
The practical exam will be as per the syllabus prepared for term 2.
For CBSE class 10 regular candidates, internal examination will be conducted by the schools and marks will be uploaded.
Private / Private candidates are not required to appear for any practical test. For private candidates appearing in the first examination from 2020-21, marks will be given on the basis of equal proportion.
Examiners will be appointed by CBSE and schools cannot make ‘alternative arrangements’.
Schools will also have internal examiners while the board will have one supervisor and one external examiner.
The answer sheets will be supplied by the regional offices and schools will have to ensure that they are filled in correctly.
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