The examination for the first session of the 12th board of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is from today.
The examination for the first session of the 12th board of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is from today. Exams will be held till December 22. Students can view the roll number and admission forms for the first session examination at cbse.gov.in. Students will have to use their user ID and password to get the tickets. The first semester exam is based on Multiple Choice Questions and will be given 90 minutes duration. The sheet will have options a, b, c and d for each question and will have a circle in front of it. The round with the correct answer has to be darkened. There will be an empty box under the four options. Write the correct answer between option a, b, c and d. The answer written in the box will be considered final.
Instructions for writing on OMR sheets with blue or black ball point pen only. The use of pencils is prohibited and action will be taken against the student.
Don’t forget to follow these rules in the exam
- Students should not forget to bring their admission card with them, otherwise they will not be allowed to enter the examination hall.
- Exam time limit will be 90 minutes.
- Students will be given 20 minutes to read the question paper.
- Students will be given rough paper separately.
- Students should carry a blue or black ball pen for the exam.
- Students should not use anything other than pen on OMR sheet, use of pencil is also prohibited.
- Students should not carry mobile phones or any electronic items in the examination hall.
- Students should wear a mask and carry a sanitizer.
Today is the paper of Sociology as per the schedule of 12th examination. This will be followed by English on 3rd December, Mathematics on 6th December, Physical Education on 7th December, Business Studies on 8th December, Geography on 9th December and Physics on 10th December. The examinations will be held on December 11 in Psychology, December 13 in Accounts, December 14 in Chemistry, December 15 in Economics, December 16 in Hindi, December 17 in Political Science, December 18 in Biology, December 20 in History, December 21 in Computer Science and December 22 in Home Science.