CBSE: Board has released revised syllabus for class 10th, 12th, read official notification here

Written by Shiksha Press

Published on:

CBSE Board has Released Revised Syllabus for Class 10th, 12th, read Official Notification Here

WhatsApp Group Join Now
Telegram Group Join Now

CBSE Board Exam 2021-2022, CBSE 10th & 12th Syllabus, Exam Schedule, Paper Pattern, Evaluation Scheme Reduced. The official announcement of the new evaluation scheme of the board has been released where the board has divided the ongoing CBSE academic session 2021-22 into two term 1 and term 2. Around 50% CBSE Syllabus will be assessed in Term 1 and rest 50% in CBSE. The course will be assessed in Term 2. Here we have tried to cover all the important questions for CBSE school students.

Term 1 and Term 2:-

1. CBSE Schools to follow the syllabus released on 31st March 2021

2. The subject-wise and term-wise CBSE Syllabus 2021-22 for Term 1 and Term 2 will be released by the board.

3. Term 1 exam will be based on approximately 50% syllabus

WhatsApp Channel Join Now

4. Term 2 exam will be based on remaining 50% syllabus

CBSE 2021-2022 Exam Schedule:

Term 1 Exam 2021-2022: The exam will be conducted between November-December 2021 where flexible schedule will be followed and may be different for different schools.

Term 2 Exam 2021-2022: It will be conducted between March-April 2022 where the exam will be conducted at the exam centers designated by CBSE.

CBSE Exam Pattern:

CBSE will provide sample papers, question banks and other resources from time to time.

The board will publish the sample paper before the exam.

CBSE Term 1 Exam: MCQ based question paper will be set by CBSE consisting of case-based MCQs and MCQs based on reasoning type questions. The duration of the paper will be 90 minutes. Answer to be marked on OMR sheet

CBSE Term 2 Exam: Subjective Paper: The paper will be of 2 hours duration and will have questions of different formats.

Duration of Paper: 2 Hours

The Board made this Request to the Schools

As per the recent guidelines issued by the Board, MCQs like case-based MCQs and Assertion-reasoning MCQs will be included in CBSE Term-I examinations; Term-2 will consist of miscellaneous questions from different typologies. MCQs are often taken lightly by students, but such questions can help you score good marks. Every student needs to practice various MCQ-type questions to crack the exam with excellent score. Schools are requested to share with all their teachers and students the Syllabus and Guidelines for conducting Board Examinations and Internal Assessment/Practicum/Project available at

Please Note : Changes will be made if the situation gets better or worse due to COVID-19.

Best Deals for Teachers and Students - Know More Shop Now

Leave a Comment