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This year, the class 12 pass percentage stands at 92.71 per cent with 33,432 candidates having scored above 90 per cent and 1,34,797 above 95 per cent. For class 10, the pass percentage this year is 94.4, which is 4.64 per cent lower than last year's 91.46
The 10th, 12th term 1 exams were conducted by the CBSE in November-December last year and over 36 lakh students appeared in the board examinations
The Board said it has taken care that the Term 2 papers for Class 12 students do not clash with other competitive exams such as JEE Main
As per the official notice, schools are directed to hold the practical examinations from 2 March and 10 days prior to the end of the respective class theory examination
The CBSE has not announced any definite date or time for the declaration of the Term 1 results.
CTET Result 2022 Today: CBSE likely to declare December 2021 results today, know how and when to check the results online.
CBSE Term 1 Result 2022 for Class 10, 12 students to be released soon at cbse.gov.in, cbseresults.nic.in
Apart from the official websites, the scorecards will also be available on the DigiLocker app and the website, digilocker.gov.in
Applicants can download their CTET 2021 response sheet by entering the application number and either the date of birth or password
CBSE Term I exam results have been delayed due to restrictions imposed by various state governments because of a surge in COVID-19 cases
Students of schools affiliated with CBSE may check and download the sample question papers from the official website of CBSE academic - https://cbseacademic.nic.in/
CBSE CTET 2021: Candidates unable to complete exam of 16 & 17 December allowed to reappear, revised dates here
The provision to reappear is provided only for those exams which were held on 16 and 17 January
The registration fee for candidates whose data is uploaded before the deadline is Rs 300, while Classes 9 and 11 students from abroad will have to pay a fee of Rs 500 and Rs 600, respectively
The head of media and PR in CBSE, Rama Sharma, said that the contents of the news reports were 'totally baseless and false'
The CTET 2021 will commence on 16 December and conclude on 13 January 2022 and it will be held in two slots of 150 minutes each
As per the schedule, the CTET 2021 exam will be conducted by CBSE from 16 December this year to 13 January, 2022
The CTET 2021 will be held from 16 December to 13 January in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode
The decision has been taken as many families, because of several reasons, are moving back to India in the post period of COVID-19 pandemic.
As per the schedule set by the Board, CBSE Term 1 board exams for Class 10 will be conducted between 30 November and 11 December, while Class 12 exams for major papers will be held from 1 to 22 December
This year, for Term 1 exams, CBSE will use OMR sheets. Students are only required to mark their responses on the sheet with a blue or black point ball pen
The board will hold Term 1 exams for minor papers from 16 November for Class 10 and 17 November for Class 12 candidates. The major papers will be held from 30 November for Class 10 and 1 December for Class 12