CBSE Board 2023: CBSE Class 10th, and 12th Datesheet to Release Soon. Check the Date and Time here

CBSE date sheet is likely to be released on 20 Nov. The LOC or list of candidates was completed and submitted by the affiliated schools to the board in the month of July.

CBSE BOARD date sheet 2023

Preparations for the 2023 Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Board Exam are now underway. The list of candidates for the Class 10 and 12 Board Exams has been compiled by the board and CBSE Date Sheet is expected to be made public by 20 November 2022

Here is a brief overview of the CBSE Board Exam 2023 timetable of events:

  • About 90 to 75 days before the start of the exams, the CBSE Class 10, 12 Date Sheet is often made available.
  • Once released, students, parents, and teachers would be able to download the detailed class 10, and 12 timetables from the official website- cbse.gov.in
  • The exams are usually held in March and April, with results declared in May or June.

Also read: Class 12 State board exams to commence from March 13, 2023, in Tamil Nadu

Over 34 lakh students have registered for the CBSE Class 10, and 12 Board Exams 2023. This process was completed in July by affiliated schools that submitted their LOC or list of candidates to the board. Out of the 34 lakh registered, 18 lakh are from Class 10 and 16 lakh are from Class 12. The board has already shared tentative guidelines and timelines for the practical examinations for winter-bound schools.

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CBSE Date Sheet 2023: How to check

Follow the steps below to download the CBSE Date Sheet 2023

Step 1: Go to the official website of CBSE- cbse.gov.in 

Step 2: Click on the ‘Academic Website’ link 

Step 3: Find and click the link that reads ‘CBSE 10th, 12th Date Sheet 2023 Download‘ 

Step 4: Once the PDF page of the Date Sheet appears on your screen, print it out and save it for future reference.

The board has decided to switch back to its annual testing system for Board Classes 10 and 12, with more multiple-choice questions and a larger critical thinking section. The subjective exam style would be conducted this year.

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