CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a board of education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India.

CBSE Board - Central Board Of Secondary Education Delhi

The CBSE was given its present name ‘Central Board of Secondary Education’ in the year 1952. The CBSE Board was reconstituted in the year 1962 when its jurisdiction was extended. Educations being a subject on the concurrent list of Indian constitution – most of the states also have their own educational boards with different curriculum but CBSE enjoys the advantage of still being the most preferred board all over India.


Important Highlights

  • The Central Board of Secondary Education will release the Admit Card for Class 10 and 12 in February 2019.
  • The board will release the 2019 date sheet for Class 10 and Class 12 exam in the month of February 2019.
  • CBSE Class 10 examination will start from March 2019 and end on April 2019.
  • CBSE Class 12 examination will start from March 2019 and end on April 2019.
  • The results are to be announced by May – June 2019.

Exam Pattern

  • As per the new pattern, you will be assessed in two areas: Scholastic and Co-scholastic
  • For assessment of the scholastic areas, the academic year is divided in two terms and two types of tests will be conducted to assess the academic subjects

Formative assessment

In primary classes the formative tests will be in the form of – dictation, oral test, class test, home work, class work, assignments & projects, memory test, story telling, quiz , elocution or any other tool found suitable by the teacher.

  • There will be one term-end exam for each term.
  • Each evaluation will carry 10 marks apiece.

Summative Assessment

Under the end term summative assessment, you will be tested internally. The summative assessment will be in the form of a pen-paper test conducted by the schools themselves. It will be conducted at the end of each term twice in a year:

  • There will be two evaluations each of the two terms.
  • The first term-end exam will carry 20 marks weightage.
  • The first term-end exam will carry 20 marks weightage.