CBSE Date Sheet 2019 in Fourth Week of December 2018

CBSE Date Sheet 2019 for Class 10 and Class 12 is expected to be out in the fourth week of December 2018. The date Sheet will be available online on cbse.nic.in. Candidates will be able to download the time table in December 2018.

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CBSE has released a circular in which the board has mentioned that all the activities related to the board exams will happen at least 15 days before as compared to the last year. In the previous year session, CBSE had released the date sheet on January 11, 2018. So, after analyzing the past year’s date, the students may get the CBSE Date Sheet 2019 in the fourth week of December 2018.

Earlier, according to the various newspapers, the date sheet was about to be disclosed in the month of September 2018. But the board has not released any official notification regarding the release of the date sheet 2019.

The board exams for class 10 and class 12 are expected to begin after February 15, 2019. First, the exams for the vocational subjects will be held for both classes. The exams of the core subjects will be conducted in the month of March 2019. Earlier, the vocational and the core subjects exams used to be held in the same month. But now, CBSE has divided the months of both category exams.

The practical exams will be held in the month of January 2019 and will be continued till February 2019. The candidates will be able to appear for the practical exams according to the selected subjects.

Recently, the Central Board of Secondary Education has released the tentative list of the vocational and core subjects. The list is available on cbse.nic.in. There are 15 skill educational subjects in Class 10 while 40 vocational subjects have been proposed for class 12. There are also some other subjects such as Graphics, Office Communication, Web Applications which have less than 500 students.

The registration process for class 9 and 11 has been started. Soo, class 10 and 12 students will be able to register themselves for the board exams. This year, CBSE has tightened the scrutiny process. The board will examine the application forms in the three levels. It will be done on the basis of the discrepancy of the details present in the application form. The candidates who will fill the invalid information on the form will have to face various issues.

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