CBSE 2024 Practical Exam Commences Tomorrow, Winter-Bound Schools Lead
New Delhi, November 13, 2023 – The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is gearing up to kick off the practical examinations for the academic year 2023-2024, with the sessions slated to commence tomorrow, November 14, 2023, for schools in winter-bound regions.
For other institutions, the cbse practical exams for both Class 10 and Class 12 are scheduled to initiate on January 1, 2024, as outlined in the officially released timetable.
The Countdown to Theoretical Exams
The clock is ticking as the annual theoretical cbse board exams are set to commence on February 15, 2024. Students preparing for the Class 10 and 12 board examinations are advised to stay tuned to the official CBSE website for further updates and specifics regarding the theoretical examination.
Coordination for Smooth Scheduling
In an effort to ensure a smooth examination period and to avoid scheduling conflicts with other competitive undergraduate exams, CBSE has issued a directive to other examining bodies, urging them to align their examination dates with the CBSE board exam schedule.
The official notification emphasizes, “All organisations holding examinations are requested to fix the dates of their examinations, keeping in mind the above-said schedule of board examinations.”
Awaiting the Final Datesheet
While various media outlets suggest that the official date sheet for the board exams will soon be available on the CBSE website, the final confirmation from board officials is still pending.
Access to Crucial Resources: English Sample Papers
To aid students in their preparations, the English sample paper for Class 10, accompanied by a detailed marking system, has been made accessible. Interested students can download this vital resource directly from the official CBSE website at cbseacademic.nic.in.
Key Details for Class 10 English Exam
The English paper for Class 10 has a three-hour time slot and will be evaluated for a total of 80 points. Comprising three sections—reading, grammar and writing, and literature—the question paper aims to comprehensively assess students’ language proficiency.
Navigating the Marking Scheme
Students are expected to answer all 11 questions outlined in the comprehensive CBSE Class 10 English marking scheme. While no overall choices will be provided, internal options will be available for the two questions in Section C and the four questions in Section D.
As students embark on this crucial phase of their academic journey, CBSE remains committed to ensuring a fair and efficient examination process. For the latest updates and official announcements, students are encouraged to regularly check the CBSE website.
Stay tuned for further developments and best of luck to all the students appearing for the practical exams!
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