x
Manipal University 2019 Admissions Apply Now!

Entrance Exam

Your No1 source for Latest Entrance Exams, Admission info






Home > CBSE News > CBSE Board Exam 2019 – Students want more gaps between important papers

CBSE Board Exam 2019 – Students want more gaps between important papers

cbse board

 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday has released the date sheet of Class 10th and Class 12th Board examination 2019. The board examination for Class 12 will start on February 15 and finish off on April 3, 2019 while the Class 10 board examination will begin from February 21 and end on March 29, 2019

 

Also See: CBSE Class 10 Date sheet 2019

 

The board has stated in the notification issued with the date sheet that, board has tried to give students sufficient time between the exams of important subjects and kept in mind that dates of competitive examinations may not coincide with the board examination. The board further stated that it has also taken care of the Delhi University admission schedule, as per orders of the Delhi high court, while preparing the board exams schedule.

 

“Date Sheet of Boards examination is prepared based on the subject combinations opted by the students of Class-X and Class-XII. It has been observed that students have opted about 30,000 combinations of subjects in both the classes this year, said in the notification.

 

Also See: CBSE Class 12 Date sheet 2019

 

However after checking the date sheet, students of Class 12 across India have a mixed reaction. Some of them are not happy with the date as they feel that the time gap between the important papers is not appropriate particularly those in Physic, Chemistry, Math and Biology (PCBM) stream. The chemistry paper is on March 12, Biology on March 15 and Mathematics on March 18.  Students have been appealing to board on various social media platforms, to reschedule the date sheet.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.