As per the latest reports, the CBSE Date Sheet 2019 for the students of class 10 and 12 will be released in the fourth week of December 2018. The board exams will begin after February 15, 2019. Thus, the students are having around four months for the preparations.

The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the list of the vocational subjects for class 12. For the vocational subjects, the exams will be held in the month of February 2019. There are a total of 40 subjects of skill education. There are also some other subjects such as Graphics, Office Communication, Web Applications which have less than 500 students.

For the core subjects such as Mathematics, English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Hindi etc, the board exams will be conducted in the month of March 2019.

Physics Syllabus for Class 12

There are a total of 10 Units in Physics. The unit one to ten are named as Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Magnetics Effects of Current and Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents, Electromagnetic Waves, Optics, Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter, Atoms and Nuclei, Electronic Devices, and Communication System.

In the first unit, the third unit, fourth unit, sixth unit, and in the eight-unit, there are two chapters while in the second unit, fifth unit, seventh unit, ninth and tenth unit, there is one chapter.

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In the syllabus pdf released by the CBSE board, the number of periods is also given to complete the syllabus. The first unit and the third unit should compete in 22 periods, the second unit and the fourth unit in 20 periods, the fifth unit in 4 periods, sixth unit in 25 periods, seventh unit in 8 periods, eight unit in 14 periods, ninth in 15 while the tenth unit in 10 periods. So, the total syllabus should be covered in 160 periods.

CBSE has also mentioned the weightage of the marks according to the units. Unit one and two posses 15 marks, unit three and four – 16 marks, Unit five and six – 17 marks, unit seven and eight – 10 marks and the unit nine and ten contains 12 marks. So, in this way, the total syllabus is possed of 70 marks.

Physics Practicals

The practical exams should be done within 60 periods. The records of at least 16 experiments, at least 5 activities, and the report of the projects should be carried out by the students.

**Recommended:** CBSE Class 10, 12 Registration Begins this week.

New passing criteria has been set by CBSE for the students of the 2018-19 session. Now, the students will have to obtain the overall 33% passing marks in the theory and practical exams combined. No need to gain 33% in the theory and 33% in the practical exams separately.