The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the sample papers for class 10 and class 12. On Friday, the board uploaded the papers at cbse.nic.in. Along with the sample papers, the CBSE board has also defined the marking scheme for the respective subjects. It has been released for the vocational subjects as well as for the core subjects. The separate links are available for the different subjects. While preparing for the board exams, the students should refer to the sample question papers and the respective marking scheme.
To download the sample question papers, the students can go to the official website cbse.nic.in. On the homepage, the students can see the tab of “Examination”. Under this tab, candidates can check the link of “Curriculum/ Syllabus”. After hitting the link, the announcement of the various news will appear to you. Here, you can click on the link of the sample papers for class 10 and 12. It includes the syllabus of English, Mathematics, Hindi, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics etc.
According to the circular released by CBSE, the number of internal choices has been increased by 33% in all the sections.
The students can also check the syllabus of the various subjects. The CBSE board has provided the syllabus for the vocational subjects and for the core subjects. On the official website, CBSE has given the syllabus and also provided the respective marks. It is also defined that how many periods will be taken to complete the units and the sections.
As per the latest news, the board had a hearing in the Supreme Court that from now onwards, CBSE will provide the photocopy of the evaluated answer sheet at Rs. 2. Those who will apply for the photostat of the answer books will have to give Rs. 2 for each page. To do so, the candidates will have to fill the application form under the Right to Information Act.
According to the latest reports, CBSE Date Sheet 2019 is expected to be out in the fourth week of December 2018. The students will be able to appear for the exams after February 15, 2019. First, the CBSE Board will conduct the board exams for the vocational or skill development subjects. Then after the completion of the exams, the board exams for the core subjects will be held.