CBSE's 10th, 12th exams begins today, 28 million students are giving exams this year
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CBSE’s 10th, 12th exams begins today, 28 million students are giving exams this year

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Examinations of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 10th and 12th commence on Monday. Over 28 lakh students expected to give exams this year. An official from the board gave this information.

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CBSE Examinations together at home and abroad

A CBSE official said that for the 10th, a total of 16,38,428 candidates and 12,11,86,306 students have registered for the 12th. The Government has decided to remove the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system. The 10th examination will be conducted at 4,453 centers in India and 78 centers outside the country. On the other hand, the 12th examination will be conducted in India at 4,138 and 71 centers abroad.

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Diabetic students will be able to take chocolate

During the board exam, students suffering from diabetes type-1 will be able to take small quantities of sugar medicines, chocolate in the examination. CBSE has issued clear instructions regarding this. The CBSE official said, “The Board has made adequate arrangements in collaboration with the state’s authority and local police.

cbse Diabetic students chocolates


From this year, CBSE will be giving laptops to special students. The laptops will not have an internet connection. For the examinations of 10th and 12th, physically disabled respectively 4,510 and 2,846 students have registered.

Can get scribe facility

CBSE board has made significant changes in its examination bye laws since this time. Under this, if the students become ill during the examination, then in such a situation, they will get the facility of scribing to solve the question paper. To take advantage of this facility, the sick student will have to give medical certificate issued by Assistant Surgeon level medical officer.

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After this, they will be able to use Junior Student as a scribe. The CBSE will make available such a separate room along with additional time to such students.

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