The Chattisgarh Board of Secondary Education has released the admit card for class 10 and 12 on February 27, 2019. The admit card is available for the regular as well as for the private candidates. The link of the CG Board Admit Card 2019 is present at cgbse.nic.in. The exams for class 10 and 12 will be held from March 01 and March 02, 2019.
The candidates can visit the official website to download the admit card. The link of the admit card is available online at the homepage. It is present under the section “Information Counter” in the middle. Click on the link and then enter the details such as the roll number and the addition of the given numbers or the name of the candidates, his/ her father’s name and the sum of the provided numbers.
The admit card is available in the pdf format. It contains details such as the name of the students, date of birth, roll number, parents’ name, the date of the exams, exam days, subjects’ name, examination centres etc.
The exams for class 10 is beginning from tomorrow i.e. from March 01, 2019. The first exams are for First Language such as Hindi (001), English (011), Marathi (002), Urdu (008). The last exam will be held on March 23, 2019. It will be finished with the exams of Music (161) (For Visually Impaired Students)
Drawing and Painting ( For Mute and Deaf Students).
For class 12, the CG Board exams will be held from March 02, 2019. The first and the last exams will be for Hindi/ English/ Marathi/ Urdu and Environment. The board exams are finishing on March 29, 2019. The exams for class 12 will be concluded within 27 days.
Class 10 practical exams were scheduled from January 03 to 08, 2019. The first and the last practical exams were for First Language and Social Science.
The practical exams of class 12 held from January 07 to 09, 2019. Within three days, the practical exams ended. These were for Economics, Business Studies and Accountancy.
The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education is well known as CGBSE. It came into existence in the year 2001. The first board examination was conducted by the CGBSE in the year 2002. Apart from the yearly state level examinations, the board regulates the academic guidelines for the courses such as High School (Regular / Swdyayi / Correspondence), Higher Secondary (Regular / Athavale / Correspondence), Higher Secondary Professional (Regular / Athavale), Diploma in Education (Regular / Correspondence) biennial course (after passing the Higher Secondary), Diploma in Physical Education, two-year course (after passing the Higher Secondary).