The Central Board of Secondary Education is a national education board that undertakes the prime function of managing the entire educational system of the affiliated schools. Commonly known as CBSE, the board has a very important role to play when it comes to class 10 and 12 board examinations. Right from conducting the exam, to setting the exam pattern, managing the exam dates and all other functions are carried out by CBSE.
Students in schools affiliated to the CBSE Board are gearing up for the CBSE 2020 board examinations. The board examinations, for both class 10 and 12, has an important role to play in the future of the students. This is because these marks are considered to be important not only for changing schools but also for higher education.
As per the general trend of CBSE, the board exams are generally conducted in the months of February and March. Students who are appearing for the board exams are waiting for the release of the date sheet by the CBSE. Before 2018, CBSE Board examinations were generally conducted in the month of March, starting from 1st or 2nd March. However, in 2018, the exam was conducted on 15th February. Similar was the case this year.
When the examinations were conducted in March, CBSE followed the trend of releasing the time table towards the end of December or in early January. However, again with the change, in 2018, CBSE released the date sheet as early as 23rd December. Thus, there has been a clear trend of releasing the date sheet earlier than before.
Keeping these changes and trends of CBSE in mind, one can expect that the CBSE 2020 Class 10 and 12 Date sheet will be released by 20th December 2019. This is, however, based on analysis and estimation, and candidates should wait for an official confirmation or notification by the CBSE itself.
According to some teachers, who have been in contact with the board directly, the CBSE 2020 Date sheet is prepared and ready. They even stated that it would be released ‘on time.’
With the release of the date sheet, students will be able to streamline their preparation process according to the dates of their examination. Schools will also be able to take the necessary steps for making the relevant preparations. It will also help the teachers guide the students in their preparations according to the dates.
The date sheet is likely to contain the exam date and time along with the subject name and code. In the meantime, students must continue their preparation process. The Board has also released the dates for the internal assessments and practical examinations for classes 10 and 12. They are supposed to be wrapped up by all affiliated schools between 1st January 2019 and 7th February 2019.