The CBSE board confirms class 10 and 12 Exam in March 2018

The Central Board of Secondary Education has officially declared that board examinations will be conducted in the month of March 2018 for class 10 and 12 respectively. The students who are eagerly waiting for the official announcement can now get relaxed that the examination will not begin in February as initialy discussed. Since last year the CBSE board has organized the examinations on 9th March. Accordingly, the date sheet was released on 9th January 2017.

The date sheet for class 10 and 12 board examination 2018 is expected in January

In the notification released on 18th December 2017, the CBSE board has mentioned that the AISSE and AISSCE examinations will be conducted in March 2018. In order to evaluate the answer sheets for both Secondary as well as Senior Secondary School Certification examination 2018, the board has started nomination and deployment of staff. The board is also taking special care to make sure that teachers are well experienced and trained to evaluate the answer sheet. The teachers should be accurate and complete the paper evaluation within the stipulated time. The CBSE affiliated schools are informed to provide the information of eligible teachers before 5th January 2018 on the examination website that is available for them.

In January 2018, the CBSE board will conduct the practical examinations for both AISSE and AISSCE. The theory exam date sheet is yet to be announced by the board. Previously, the board has decided to conduct the examination little earlier so that, there will be much time for paper evaluation which led to panic amongst students. 

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