Board exams schedule 2021: With Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) releasing the date sheet of sophistication 10 and 12 exams, most state boards have introduced their schedule too. Like CBSE, states like Assam, Andhra Pradesh will maintain the exams in May because of the pandemic, nonetheless there isn’t any change in the schedule of exams in Kerala and will probably be held in March.
Here is the state-wise exam dates for the courses 10 and 12 aspirants.
CBSE, Assam, Bihar; check schedule of those board exams
CBSE: The exams can be carried out from May 4 to June 10 following the COVID-19 pandemic precautions. Class 10 exam can be held from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm, whereas class 12 exam in two shifts – 10.30 to 1.30 pm and the afternoon shift at 2.30 pm onwards. The college students of sophistication 12 will seem in English elective, core on their first day on May 4. The paper will comprise 33 per cent inside alternative questions.
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Bihar: The intermediate (class 12) exam in Bihar was began from February 1, whereas the matric (class 10) exam can be held from February 17 to 24. Schools could have an inside evaluation for science and social science topics. Marks for these topics can be given on the foundation of literacy actions and mission work.
Assam: The High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC), Higher Secondary (HS) exams in Assam can be carried out in May. Class 10 exam will begin from May 11, whereas class 12 exam from May 12. The sensible exams can be held in March. The results of HSLC, HS exams can be declared between July 7 and 30 respectively.
Andhra Pradesh: The intermediate (first year, second year) exams in Andhra Pradesh will start from May 5 onwards, whereas SSC exam from June 7.
In intermediate, the ethics and human values exam can be held on March 23 and the environmental training exam can be carried out on March 27. Practical exams can be held from March 21 to April 24.
Meanwhile, the SSC exam can be held for seven papers, of which three are languages, two are group topics and two are of science papers, the place all the examinations besides science papers can be held for 100 marks every
Telangana: The SSC exam in Telangana can be held from May 17. The class 10 exam is scheduled to be held from May 17 to 26, 2021. Meanwhile, the intermediate exams can be held from May 1 to twenty, the first 12 months exams from May 1 to 19, whereas the second 12 months exams from May 2 to twenty.
The sensible exams can be held from April 7 to twenty. The ethics and human values exam can be held on April 1 and the environmental training exam can be held on April 3. The similar timetable can be relevant for vocational programs. The state will reopen its colleges for courses for courses 9 and 10 from February 1 and shall operate until May 26.
Gujarat: The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) will conduct the board exams for courses 10 and 12 from May 10. According to the date sheet launched, the class 10 exams can be held between May 10 and 20 from 10 am to 1.15 pm.
The exams for sophistication 12 normal streams can be held in three shifts — 10.30 am to 1.45 pm, 3 pm to six.15 pm and vocational checks from 3 pm to six pm — and proceed until May 25. Science stream exam can be held from 3 pm to six:30 pm until May 21.
Uttarakhand: The Board of School Education Uttarakhand (UBSE) has launched the schedule of courses 10, 12 exams. The board exams can be carried out from May 4 to 22 in each the shifts, class 10 pupil will write their paper from 8 am to 11 am, whereas class 12 college students from 2 pm to five pm.
The sensible exam can be held from April 3 to 25, and the end result can be introduced earlier than July 15.
Jharkhand: The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) has introduced the dates of courses 10 and 12 examinations. According to JAC, the secondary, intermediate exams in the state can be held from May 4 to 21 in the state. The class 10 exam can be held in the morning shift from 9:45 am to 1 pm, whereas class 12 exam from 2 to five:15 pm
Maharashtra: Maharashtra will conduct the classes 10, 12 exams in April. The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) written exams can be held from April 23 to May 29, whereas the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) written exams is scheduled to be carried out between April 29 and May 31. Results for the SSC exams are anticipated to be introduced in the final week of August, whereas outcomes of the HSC exams are more likely to be introduced in the final week of July
Kerala: The SSLC, HSC (classes 10, 12) exams in Kerala can be held from March 17, and is scheduled to be continued until March 30. Due to the pandemic, the exams of all different courses have been cancelled and college students can be promoted additional, the authorities briefed knowledgeable as we speak. Also colleges, schools, together with skilled schools — engineering, medical, agriculture, fisheries will reopen from January.
Karnataka: The (*12*)a can be held from May 24 to June 10, whereas the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exams is scheduled to be held from June 14 to 25. The full day courses for board exam college students, class 9, 10, first and second 12 months Pre-University will start from February 1.
Meanwhile, the courses for 10, second-year PUC (class 12) college students have been reopened from January 1. Education Minister S Suresh Kumar mentioned that on a median 75 per cent attendance had been reported in second PUC courses, whereas it was 70 per cent in school 10.
West Bengal: The madhyamik (class 10), uccha madhyamik (class 12) exams in the state can be held in June. The secondary exams is scheduled to be carried out from June 1 to 10, whereas increased secondary (class 12) exams from June 15. The colleges for courses 9 to 12 will start from February 12.
Uttar Pradesh: The intermediate (class 12) practical exam in the state can be carried out in February. The intermediate sensible exam can be held in two phases — the first part on February 3 and the second on February 13. The first part can be held from February 3 to 12 at exam centres in Agra, Saharanpur, Bareilly, Lucknow, Jhansi, Chitrakoot, Faizabad, Mirzapur, Devipatan and Basti zones, whereas the second part from February 13 to 22 at exam centres in Aligarh, Meerut, Muradabad, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Varanasi, Azamgarh and Gorakhpur districts. The exam dates for courses 10, 12 can be introduced quickly.
Chhattisgarh: The secondary (class 10), senior secondary (class 12) exams in Chhattisgarh can be carried out in April. The secondary (class 10) exam can be held from April 15 to May 1, whereas the senior secondary (class 12) exams can be carried out from May 3 to 24. The sensible exam is scheduled to be carried out from February 10 to March 10 at varied shifts day-after-day. The exams for courses 9, 11 can be held at their particular person centres. The exams can be held following the COVID-19 tips.
Goa: The state board will conduct the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) and Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams in April. Board Chairman Ramakrishna Samant mentioned that the class 12 exam can be held from April 26 to May 15, whereas class 10 exam May 13 to 31. The sensible exam for HSSC can be held from April 1 to 24, whereas SSC from April 5 to 30.
Tripura: The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) would start it’s Higher Secondary board exams from May 18 this 12 months. The exams would start on May 18 and finish on June 11. The Madhyamik or class 10 board examinations would begin from May 18 and conclude on June 4.