The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued an important notice regarding the Class 10th and 12th board exams to be held in the session 2020 (CBSE Class 10th and 12th Board Exam 2020). This information given by the board for students is very useful, which can give you good marks in the exam. The board has advised the students to pay full attention to the sample papers issued by CBSE and not the pattern given in the syllabus.
The notification issued by the board states that ‘CBSE has made some changes in the board examination this time. All these changes have also been taken into consideration in the sample papers issued by the board. Sample papers have been prepared based on the same changes. So for the board exams to be held in 2020, students should fully see, understand and solve the CBSE official sample papers.
Let us know that CBSE has released sample papers for all subjects in September 2019 itself. The board has also written in its notification that schools can use these sample papers to make question papers even in pre-board examinations.
It is worth noting that CBSE has also released the schedule of practical examinations for class 10th and 12th. Accordingly, schools can conduct practical examinations from January 1, 2020 to February 7, 2020.
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Activities in the Month of November 2019
I begin this letter with a belief that all of you have taken necessary actions for the discussion and implementation of the CBSE Handbooks / Manuals on various qualitative measures as detailed in the circular no.17/2019 dated October 1, 2019. CBSE Handbook for Teachers and Handbook for Students are also available now on the CBSE website.
In addition to the above, the following activities planned in the month of November 2019 would require your active involvement:
- Aryabhatta Ganit Challenge
- CBSE Storytelling Competition
- Inter-School Sports and Games competitions
I expect that the enthusiastic spirit demonstrated by you in all our collective efforts for educational transformation will continue throughout the session and the above activities will have almost 100% participation from your schools.
You are aware that the Board has uploaded multiple teacher and student resources on DIKSHA.
I hope you are utilizing it to the fullest by downloading from https://diksha.gov.in
You are also requested to upload a brief report of these activities, containing a few photographs, on the website of your school and also send the same to your concerned Regional Office.