The CBSE Board Exams 2018 Practicals

The practical exam date sheet for 2018 has been released and the CBSE board has also announced the examination procedure. But still, students are waiting for the theory exam date sheet.

Based on report it is expected that the class 10 and 12 practical Examination will be conducted in January which will be continued till February 2018. As per the date sheet that has been issued to the schools, by the month of February 2018 all the schools are informed to update the marks of the students for the practical exams.

Based on this the CBSE board will conduct both the practical and theory exams for class 10 and class 12 students respectively. The students have to obtain 33% marks in the theory subjects in order to get qualified. And they are few subjects which have both theory as well as practical so the students are informed to get 33% marks in both theory as well practical in such subjects. Till now there is no particular update regarding the date sheet of theory exams and it is mostly expected to be in the month of January 2018.

In the same manner last year also the CBSE board has released the date sheet on January 9th. As per that we can expect the same procedure to be followed this year too, which will be most probably available for the students after the states release the election dates.

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