The Central Board of Secondary Education released the date sheet for the Class 10 and 12 examinations. The practical exam is scheduled to be conducted from January 1 to February 7, 2020. The date sheet is available at Fast Result Website and Mobile Application. The marks of the internal assessment will be uploaded on the website from Jan 1 to Feb 7, 2020, the board stated. Marks will be uploaded on the link given immediately after the assessment is over. While uploading marks, schools will ensure that correct marks are uploaded as no correction in marks will be allowed once marks are uploaded. The CBSE board has already opened the link for the correction process in applications for the class 10 and 12 students. The correction window will be open until next Monday, November 11. The respective schools can make corrections in the List of Candidates by login on the website. The CBSE Board class 10 and 12 exams are likely to be conducted in February, following the previous year date sheet. Last year, the examinations started on February 21, 2019. The Central Board of Secondary Examination, in its latest notice, stated that it will not set-up the board examinations for 2020 entirely on the National Council of Education Research and Training syllabus, instead, the board has released its syllabus for the upcoming examinations on the website.
Department of Pre-University Education of Government of Karnataka has released the final Time table for conducting PUC annual examination. As per the official release, the PUC II examination will be conducted from March 4 to 23, 2020. The Karnataka Board had earlier issued a provisional timetable in October 2019. The stakeholders were then provided with a chance to raise objections. The concerned raised were then sent to the joint director (exam). Karnataka PUC II Final Timetable 2020 Date Subject March 4 History, Physics, Basic Maths March 5 Tamil/Telugu/Malayalam/Marathi/Arabic/French March 6 Karnatak music/Hindustani music March 7 Business studies/sociology/chemistry March 9 Information Technology Retail/Automobile/Health Care/ Beauty and Wellness March 10 Urdu March 11 Optional Kannada/Accountancy/Mathematics March 12 Geography March 13 Education March 14 Psychology/electronics/computer science March 16 Logic/Geology/Education/Home Science March 17 Economics / Biology March 18 Hindi March 20 Sanskrit March 21 Political Science/ Statistics March 23 English How to Check PUC II Final Exam Timetable 2020? Visit the Fast Result Website or Mobile Application On the homepage click the link ‘PUC II Final Exam Timetable 2020’ a new window will open On the new window scroll down to find Timetable A total of 6.90 lakh students appeared for the PUC II examination last year. The examination was held between March 1 and 17. About 68 PU colleges recorded 100% pass while in 118 PU colleges get 0. However, the overall pass percentage has increased by 7.18% from 52.38% in 2017 to 59.56%.
Rajasthan State Open School has released the admit cards for the October-November 2019 examination. The admit cards have been issued separately for class 12 and class 10 examination. The examination for class 12 students will start on November 7 and conclude on December 4. The exam for class 10 students will start on November 7 and end on November 29, 2019. RSOS Class 12 Admit Card Download Here RSOS Class 10 Admit Card Download Here The RSOS board exam will start with Physics and end with Sanskrit for class 12 students. In the case of class 10 students, the examinations will start with Home Science and will end with Sindhi language paper. Students who are due to appear for the RSOS October-November 2019 examination will require their enrollment number or reference number in order to get their admit cards. How To Download RSOS Class 10 and 12 Admit Card? Go to the Fast Result Website and Mobile Application Click on the admit card link for class 10 or 12 examinations Enter the enrollment number Click Submit and download your admit card RSOS Board conducts examinations twice a year - once in March-May and then in October-November. The result for the exam will tentatively be available six weeks after the last date of the exam. The RSOS Board will not entertain any queries about result declaration date. After the result is published, it will immediately be released on the Fast Result website.
Kerala Board will conduct the SSLC (Class 10) and Higher Secondary (Class 12) exams from March 10 onwards. The examination will end on March 26. The vocational higher secondary examinations will conclude on March 27, reveals a recent announcement by the Kerala Board. The model examinations will be held from February 12 to 18 and the practical examinations will be held between February 5 and March 5. As per the schedule, the first examination will be of language and last of chemistry. Here is the complete Kerala SSLC date sheet for the year 2019-2020 Kerala Board SSLC Timetable Date Subject March 10 First Language March 11 Second Language March 16 Social Science March 17 English March 18 Hindi March 19 Biology March 23 Mathematics March 24 Physics March 26 Chemistry In 2018, 4,34,729 students appeared for the examination in the regular section. 4,26,513 passed for higher education. Over 4 lakh students are expected to give the class 10 equivalent examination of the Kerala Board. Last year, 98.11% of students passed the examination successfully. This was a hike from 2018 when a total of 4,31,762 students passed the Kerala SSLC exam taking the pass percentage at 97.84. To pass the exam, a student is required to get a minimum of 35% marks in each subject out of 100 marks. For the Science subject consisting of practical and theory examination, minimum marks to pass is 15 marks out of 25 in practical and 20 out of 75 in theory. A total of 37,334 students got A+ in the SSLC Result 2019. In 2018, Pathanamthitta district had the highest pass percentage as 99.33% students who appeared for Kerala SSLC examination from the region cleared it. Wayanad district had the lowest pass percentage of 93.22% in 2018 examinations.
The CBSE Board in its latest notice has announced that it will not set-up the board examinations for 2020 entirely on the NCERT syllabus, instead the board has published its syllabus for the upcoming examinations on the website. The board in its recent notice stated they prescribe NCERT books for class 9, 10, 11 and 12, however, it has been brought to their notice that in these (NCERT) books, at certain points, it is mentioned that particular part of the book is not for the purpose of exam or assessment. Similar instructions are provided for the information/ question given in boxes also. The CBSE said that this guidance is not applicable for class 10 and 12 exams conducted by CBSE in 2020. The CBSE board, exam and assessment will be done based on the syllabus given by the CBSE and not as provided in the NCERT books. The CBSE syllabus for class 10 and 12 have been given for schools, students, teachers, and other stakeholders on the website. Among new initiatives, the CBSE board will have two different part of maths syllabus and exams for class 10. The current maths subject will be called Mathematics (Standard) and the easier level called Mathematics (Basic) will be introduced for students who are weak in the subject and don't want to pursue the same at a higher level of studies. The changes in the CBSE board examination pattern consist of 20 marks internal assessment or practicals for all subjects, more internal choices and introduction of objective-type questions in board examinations. In addition to this, for the first time, CBSE Board has also prepared a calendar of major exercises to be performed in the academic session 2019-20. These manuals and handbooks along with the CBSE activity calendar were published by the Human Research Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriya Nishank.
The Tamil Nadu Board has extended the duration of the board examinations by half an hour. The students will now get 3 hours to write the class 10, 11 and 12 board examinations instead of two-and-half hours. The class 10, 12 examinations will start on March 17 and will be ended on April 9, 2020. Tamil Nadu Class 10 examinations: Date Sheet Subject Date Language Paper 1 March 17 Language Paper 2 March 19 Optional Language March 21 English Paper 1 March 27 English Paper 2 March 30 Mathematics April 2 Science April 7 Social Science April 9 The examinations will be conducted in the morning shift starting from 10 am and ending at 1:15 pm. Students will be given 10 minutes to read the question paper and five minutes for verification of particulars of students. The exam will start at 10:15 onwards. For the new pattern, the examinations will end at 12:45 and for the old pattern it will finish at 1:15 pm. The admit card for the exams will be released in the first week of March. When released, students can download the admit card from the Fast Result website and Mobile Applications
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