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CBSE Board Exams Results for class 10 and Class 12

There have been speculations that the results for class 12 and class 10 board exams might be delayed this year due to multiple reasons like examinations conducted after a gap of many years, re examination conducted for class 12 economics paper, coordination requirements amongst schools and CBSE etc.

CBSE has not notified any specific date for the declaration of the results but as per an official of CBSE the results are expected to be declared on time i.e. by last week of May 2018.

Board Results 2018 Important Points

Most of the state boards in India have started declaring results for the class 10 and class 12 board examination conducted this year. The checking of mark sheets have already started with teachers busy evaluation more than 1.5 crore students across the country.

Many boards have also announced the tentative dates on which the results will be declared. CBSE is yet to announce the dates, as slight delay might be there due to re examination for class 12 economics exam.

Some of the points which the students must keep in mind while checking their results

Board Exam Class 10th and 12th Results 2018

The board examination for the year 2018 for all state boards and CBSE are over. Overall 38 boards of secondary and senior secondary classes had conducted the examinations with involved testing more than 1.5 crore students.

The return of board exams had various challenges with the biggest one being leak of several examination papers and re-examinations conducted by some of the boards including CBSE.

Order NCERT books and take delivery at home

Are your looking to buy NCERT books ? Now its easier than ever. NCERT has started home delivery of books to make the books easily available for all students. There have been many cases reported where the books have gone out of stock in certain smaller cities and it takes weeks to months for the books to reach the sellers and then to the students.

Now all NCERT books from class 1 to class 12 will be available on ncert website -

https://ncertbooks.ncert.gov.in/login

Physical education made mandatory in CBSE Schools

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made it mandatory for all CBSE affiliated schools to introduce physical education for classes 9 to class 12. The schools have been given option to make it mandatory for junior classes also.

CBSE wants the subject to be part of other mainstream subjects to increase awareness amongst students on health and fitness.

One period daily will have to be included daily in the time table issued by schools in which the students will be required to do outdoor/ indoor sports activities.

NCERT says no homework till class 2

NCERT has again made clear that as per the syllabus and guidelines issued by them, no homework must be given to students upto class 2.

The CBSE schools have already been directed to follow the instructions but the schools are still giving homework to students in order to show that they are making the child study or to display to society about their education standards.

Syllabus changes from class 9 to 12

In the recently issued revised syllabus by CBSE for all classes for the year 2018-2019 there have been some major changes done by CBSE. The changes include removal of some chapters and also discontinuation of some subjects. The changes have mainly impacted classes 9 till class 12.

Please see below a summary of all syllabus changes which have been done for classes 9 to 12. Students must refer to these changes which will help them to do focussed preparations. The summary below has been given class wise and subject wise so that the students can easily understand this.

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