The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the datesheet for the Term 2 Board Exam 2022. Term 2 examinations of CBSE Class 10 (High School) will begin from April 26 and will be conducted till May 24. The exam will be conducted in a single shift from 10:30 AM to 12:30 AM. Term 2 examinations will be subjective and objective question-based. The complete datesheet can be seen below. Students can check their datesheet (CBSE 10th term 2nd Datesheet 2022) by visiting the official website of CBSE, cbse.gov.in. The direct link to the datesheet is given below.
The exam will be conducted keeping in mind the COVID-19 guidelines. It will be mandatory for the students to follow the rules like a face mask, hand sanitizers, social distancing, etc. Students have to reach the examination center one hour before the commencement of the examination. Before the commencement of the exam, students will be given 15 minutes to read the question paper.
CBSE has also released a circular along with the term 2 datasheet. “Wherever the gap is small, such examinations have been kept at a later date so that students get adequate time to prepare for these examinations,” the circular said. The board also informed that while preparing the date sheet, competitive examinations including JEE Main have been taken care of.
Explain that due to Coronavirus, CBSE is conducting Class 10 (High School) and Class 12 (Intermediate) exams in two terms. In both the term 50-50% syllabus of CBSE is being covered. Last year Term 1 examination were objective type with 90 minutes to complete. Whereas term 2 will be conducted subjective and objective type. Students will get two hours in Term 2.
CBSE Term 1 Result 2022 soon
Term 1 exams were held in November-December 2021. The board is soon going to declare the results of the CBSE 10th, 12th Term 1 exam. According to media reports, the board may release the Term 1 Result (CBSE Term 1 Result 2022) anytime this month. However, the date and time for releasing the result has not been announced by the board yet. Students are advised to keep an eye on the website for the latest updates.