CBSE 2020 : 8 Important Update

CBSE has released a new update on its official website. As per the notification, CBSE will conduct exams for 29 Main Subjects only. CBSE will give notice of about 10 days to all stakeholders before resuming the CBSE board exams 2020. All students studying in classes 1 to 8 to be promoted.

As per the new updates released on the official website of CBSE (i.e.cbse.nic.in), the board will give a notice period of 10 days before resuming CBSE board exams 2020. Also, the board will conduct papers of only 29 main subjects. New CBSE Date Sheet 2020 will be released by the board after the assessment of the situation (due to COVID - 19). As per the official notification, all the students studying in classes 1st to 8th of CBSE Schools may be promoted to the next class or grade.

Here are the 8 important points for all CBSE school students, teachers and parents. 

1. All students of Classes 1st to 8th studying CBSE School may be promoted to the next class or grade

2. For Class 9th & 11th Students:

All CBSE Schools (where exams are not conducted yet) are advised to promote students of grades 9 and 11 to the next grades based on all the school-based assessments including project work, periodic tests, term exams, etc. conducted so far.

3.  Regarding New Exam Dates for 10th & 12th board exams 2020

After analysing the current situation and keeping all aspects related to entrance exams, admissions dates, etc. into account, the Central Board of Secondary Education will give notice of about 10 days to all stakeholders before starting the exams. 

4. List of 29 Subjects for which CBSE Board Exams 2020 will be conducted

Subjects of class 10 for which exams will be held

Subjects of class 12 for which exams will be held

To be conducted for whole of India

To be conducted for North East Delhi

To be conducted for whole of India

To be conducted for North East Delhi

Nil

1.Hindi Course A,

2.Hindi Course B,

3.English Comm,

4.English Lng & Lit,

5. Science,

6.Social Science

1.Business Studies,

2. Geography,

3.Hindi (Elective),

4.Hindi (Core),

5.Home Science,

6.Sociology,

7.Computer Science

(Old),

8.Computer Science

(New),

9.Information Practice

(Old)

10.Information Practice

(new),

11.Information

Technology,

12. Bio-Technology

1.English Elective - N,

2. English Elective -C,

3. English Core,

4.Mathematics,

5. Economics,

6.Biology,

7.Political Science,

8.History,

9.Physics,

10.Accountancy,

11.Chemistry

Nil

06

12

11

5. CBSE schools in foreign countries:

CBSE has decided to not hold any more exams for the students of class 10 and 12 schools located outside India. The system of  marking/assessment to declare results will be worked out by the Board shortly and informed to these schools. 

6. Regarding CBSE's Evaluation work: 

The Board will come out with further instructions for evaluating in the changed circumstances. For details read the official notification. 

7. Avoid rumours:

CBSE has provided URLs of its official website and social media accounts. Stakeholders are advised to trust the information available in these platforms

Official website: www.cbse.nic.in 

Instagram: https://instagram.com/cbse_hq_1929

Twitter: https://twitter.com/@cbseindia29

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cbseindia29/

8. CBSE Schools to inform all students: 

The board requested all its affiliated schools to ensure that this information is disseminated to all concerned students by the respective schools. 

 

15 April, 2020, 1:41 pm

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CBSE 10th, 12th Board Exams : Pending Board Exams To Be Held Only For Main Subjects

The Education Ministry has asked the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to resume the board exam only for the main subjects. For the remaining subjects the Board will not hold exams, said an official statement.

The Education Ministry has asked the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to resume the board exam only for the main subjects. For the remaining subjects the Board will not hold exams, said an official statement. The main subjects would include only which are required for promotion and maybe crucial for admission in higher education institutions, said the ministry.

Check official Notice : Click Here

The Education Ministry has asked CBSE to resume the exams whenever it is in a position to conduct it.

This year, CBSE board exams have been postponed twice. The first time it was due to the riot that  happened in the North East part of Delhi in February and the second time it's for the COVID-19 outbreak.

In schools situated in North East Delhi class 12 exams will be held for English Elective - N, 2. English Elective -C, English Core, Mathematics, Economics, Biology, Political Science, History, Physics, Accountancy and Chemistry. In rest of the country the class 12 exams will be held for Business Studies, Geography, Hindi (Elective), Hindi (Core), Home Science, Sociology, Computer Science (Old), Computer Science (New), Information Practice (Old), Information Practice (new), Information Technology and Bio-Technology.

Class 10 board exam in schools, except those situated in North East Delhi will not be held further. In North East Delhi schools the class 10 exams will be held for Hindi Course A, Hindi Course B, English Comm, English Lng & Lit, Science and Social Science subjects.

No More Exams For CBSE Schools Situated Outside

On schools located abroad, the Board has said it has decided to not hold any more exams for them. "There are several CBSE schools located in 25 countries. Each of these countries are also under lockdown and/or have decided to close down the schools for various and differential lengths of time. Under such circumstances, it is felt that the Board will not be in a position to hold differential set of exams for each of these countries," the Board has said.

"Also, in the present situation, it will be difficult to bring the answer books to India for evaluation purposes. Therefore, the Board has decided to not hold any more exams for the students of class 10 and 12 schools located outside India," it added.

On March 18, the Board had decided to postponed the exams following the orders of the Education Ministry. It was then said by the Ministry that the new exam dates will be announced after March 31 after the situation improves in the country.

A week later later the Ministry gave an update that it has directed the Board to fix new dates and plan a revised schedule.

Today the decision has been taken to shorten the board exam schedule in order to expedite the exam completion process.

 

2 April, 2020, 1:16 pm

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CBSE Class 12 Geography : Important Map-based Questions with Solutions

Map based questions are an important part of the CBSE Geography Board Exams. Every year 2 Map-based questions are asked in the Class 12th Geography Board Exam. These questions carry 5 marks each. The two questions are generally based on India and World Geography. In this article, we have provided some important map based questions that have either been previously asked by CBSE or are included in their sample papers. 

Ques 1 - Locate and label any five of the following geographical features with appropriate symbols on the political outline map of India :

  1. The state with highest level of urbanization.
  2. The leading state in the production of coffee.
  3.  An oil refinery in Haryana.
  4. The steel plant setup in collaboration with U.K.
  5. An international airport in Assam.
  6.  The major seaport in Odisha.
  7.  The Headquarters of North-Eastern Railway.
  8.  Singareni coal mines.

Ans:

Ques 2 - Identify the five geographical features shown on the given political outline map of the world as A, B, C, D and E. Write their correct names on the lines drawn near them with the help of the following information :

(A) An industrial region

(B) A major seaport

(C) The terminal station of a transcontinental railway

(D) An international airport

(E) A mega city

Ans:

Ques 3 - On the given political map of the world, following five features are shown. Identify these features with the help of the given key and write them on the blanks marked A , B , C , D and E

  1. A Mega city
  2. A major sea-port
  3. Grasslands of Africa with extensive commercial grain farming
  4. An important Shipping Canal
  5. Industrial region of the US.

Ans:

Ques 4 Locate and Label any five of the following on the given political outline map of India.

  1. State having the lowest work participation rate.
  2. Major seaport located in Odisha
  3. International airport in Punjab
  4. Iron ore mine in Karnataka
  5. Cotton textile industry in Gujarat
  6. State with highest literacy rate g) Headquarter of North western railway zone h) Biggest sea port of India

Ans:

Ques 5 Locate and label the following features with appropriate symbols on the given political outline map of India

(22.1) A major tea growing state

(22.2) Mayurbhanj An area of iron ore mining

(22.3) An important steel plant in Karnataka

(22.4) An international southernmost airport in Kerala

(22.5) A city with a population of more than ten million in North India

Ans:

 

18 March, 2020, 4:54 pm

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CBSE 12th Maths Analysis 2020 : Check Analysis, Review, Question Paper

Check CBSE 12th Maths Paper analysis, review and latest updates. CBSE conducted Class 12 Maths board exam 2020 today (17 March 2020). Check feedback of students who appeared for CBSE 12th Maths board exam 2020 today.

CBSE conducted Class 12 Maths board exam 2020 today. our team has collected feedback from students who appeared for Class 12 Maths board exam 2020 today. Students who took this exam today told us that the difficulty level of CBSE Class 12 Maths paper 2020 was moderate. A detailed feedback of CBSE Class 12 Maths paper is available here. Question paper of CBSE 12th Maths board exam 2020 is also available here for download in PDF format. 

Download Question Paper PDF : Click here

* Exam Pattern

There were 4 sections in the question paper i.e. A, B, C and D and total 36 questions were asked. More details about each section are given below.

- Section A - 20 questions (1 mark each)

- Section B: 6 questions (2 marks each)

- Section C: 6 questions (4 marks each)

- Section D: 4 questions (6 marks each)

There was no overall choice. However, an internal choice was given in three questions of 1 mark each, two questions of 2 marks each, two questions of 4 marks each, and two questions of 6 marks each. Students needed to attempt only one of the alternatives in all such questions. As always, use of calculators was not permitted

Summary of feedback from students

Students who took CBSE 12th Maths board exam 2020 today told us that 

- The difficulty level of the CBSE Maths paper 2020: Moderate

- The pattern of the CBSE Class 12 Maths paper was similar to the latest CBSE Class 12 Maths Sample Paper 2020 (Issued by CBSE)

- All the questions in the paper were asked from the latest CBSE syllabus and based on NCERT textbooks

- The average range of expected marks: 60+ (out of 80)

 

17 March, 2020, 3:45 pm

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