The Central Board of Secondary Education has mandated the introduction of Arts subjects in all the classes from the upcoming session. As a part of Culinary Arts, the CBSE affiliated schools are advised to introduce the cooking classes from class 6 to 8. As per the officials, the schools must reserve a minimum of two classes per week for Arts Education.
The CBSE Board has recommended the schools to teach the culinary arts along with music, visual arts, dance, and theatre. This subjection will help the students to learn the value of the nutritious food. Candidates can also study about the crops and spices grown in India. Also, the process of extraction of oil from various seeds and good agricultural practices.
As far as possible, the schools can also conduct the classes for the girls and boys where they can participate equally.
On April 12, 2019, the board has also released the notification related to the revaluation or rechecking or the receipt of the answer sheet. After the declaration of the result, the board will activate the links for the same actions. For the verification of the marks, the students will have to pay Rs. 500 per subject. To obtain the photocopy of the answer sheet, they will be required to submit Rs. 700 for class 12 and Rs. 500 for class 10. If the student wants to re-evaluate the answer sheets then they can fill the form for that after paying Rs. 100 per question.
As per the latest report, the CBSE Board will announce the result of class 10 and 12 candidates in the month of May 2019. The candidates will get their results online on the official website i.e. on cbseresults.nic.in. In order to get the result, the students can submit the roll number. Also, the roll number must be the same as provided on the admit card.
This year, over 31 lakh students have appeared for CBSE Board class 10 and 12 exams. Out of the total candidates,18.1 lakh students are male and 12.9 lakh female.