Expected Dates for CBSE Date Sheet 2019 Based on Past Trends

Students are searching for CBSE Date Sheet 2019 curiously. There is no information available regarding the release of the date sheet yet. However, according to the past years’ trends, the candidates can estimate the expected dates for the release and the exams. A few days ago, CBSE Chairperson Anita Karwal had stated that the students may get the CBSE date sheet for 2019 session by the second week of January 2019.

In 2018, the date sheet for CBSE students was issued on January 10, 2018. For the 2017 session exams, the candidates got the date sheet on January 09, 2017. Then in 2016, the date sheet was released on January 04, 2016. For the session of 2015, the students had obtained the date sheet on January 07, 2015. At last, for the 2014 exams, the date sheet was published on December 31, 2013.


Considering the past five years’ date sheet release date, it is expected that the Central Board of Secondary Education would issue the CBSE Date Sheet 2019 in the second week of January 2019. However, there is no confirmed date available for the release of the date sheet. But as per the previous years’ dates, it may possible to be released on the estimated time.

CBSE Date Sheet 2019 will be released online on the official website i.e. on cbse.nic.in. Candidates will be able to obtain the link of the time table on the homepage. Click on the link and then the time table will appear. The time table will contain the exam dates, exam timings, subject name, subject code, and other important details.

CBSE will conduct the board exams in the month of February and March 2019. The board will first conduct the exams for the vocational courses which will be held in February 2019. Then after, the core subjects exams will be held and it would be conducted in the month of March 2019.

CBSE has made various changes in the board exams this year. This time the board exams will be held a little earlier and for the vocational and core subjects, the exams will be held separately. Now, the candidates can pass the exams by obtaining 33% marks in practical and theory exams combined. Earlier, the candidates had to get the 33% marks separately in both exams.

Central Board of Secondary Education popularly known as CBSE is the board of education for public and private schools. There are many schools like Kendriya Vidyalayas, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, Private schools and other are affiliated with CBSE. The CBSE has suggested all the schools to follow the NCERT curriculum. It is one of the largest as well as the most reputed education board.

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