The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will be conducting the ISC class 12 examination for Geography and Geometrical & Mechanical Drawing tomorrow, i.e. December 02, 2021. The exam will commence from 2:00 PM and will be held for a duration of 01 hour and 30 minutes. CISCE has already released the syllabus and specimen paper for the two subjects on its official website – cisce.org
To download the syllabus for ISC class 12 Geography and Geometrical Mechanical Drawing from the official website, here are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to CISCE’s website – cisce.org
Step 2- Press the ‘+’ button under ISC Class XII
Step 3- Now, click on ‘Regulations and Syllabuses’
Step 4- Click on the link for the reduced syllabus
Step 5- After that, click on the required subjects and download the syllabus
Direct Links to Download ISC Class 12 Syllabus
The specimen papers for both these subjects can also be downloaded from the official website of CISCE by following the steps given below.
Step 1- Go to cisce.org and click on the ‘+’ button under ISC Class XII
Step 2- Select ‘Specimen Question Papers’
Step 3- A new page will open where one has to click on ‘Semester-I’
Step 4- Find the required subject and download the specimen paper
Direct Links to Download ISC Class 12 Specimen Papers
To enhance the preparation, ISC class 12 students can also go through the previous year question papers that are available online. This will help the students to get an idea about the type of questions that they can expect tomorrow. To get access to the previous year question papers, simply type ‘ISC class 12 previous year question papers on the browser. There will be various websites available from where students and guardians can access the previous year question papers.
Direct Links to Download ISC Class 12 Previous Year Question Papers
For the first time, CISCE is conduction the board examinations in two semesters. The ISC semester 1 examination has already begun on November 22 and will continue till December 20. These examinations are being held in a pen and paper-based mode. Initially, it was reported that the exams will be held in online mode. Nevertheless, later on, the mode was changed and is now being conducted in offline mode.