CBSE to Release Class 10, 12 Board Exam Date Sheet for 2023 in November

Parijat Chauhan

Parijat Chauhan

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The date sheet for CBSE Class 10 and 12 is expected to be released in November 2022 for the 2023 examination year. Exams will tentatively begin in February 2023, so students have already started preparing.

As soon as the date sheet is issued by the board, it will help students prepare a study plan to achieve great results. Having a study plan is important because it allows you to budget your time and energy efficiently so that you can make the most out of your studies.

“There is a high possibility of date sheet is November or latest by December 1st week. The board would begin the practical examinations from January 10 or by January 15 at the latest. The theory exams would most probably begin by February 15, but nothing is confirmed as yet,” official notification states.

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According to the notice, the Board is expected to return to its old pattern of examination for session 2022-2023. This is because students have suffered a lot due to the changes made because of the COVID pandemic. Even Dr. Bhatnagar, a retired KV Principal and CBSE expert, has shared his views on the current pattern of the Board examination.

“CBSE Boards impacts the entire country’s admission cycle. From the dates of entrance examination to admission to secondary school and higher education institutes, CBSE Results more of less set the academic schedule for the country. COVID has impacted the process and now it is up to the board to bring it back, so that the remaining cycles can also be streamlined to pre-COVID times!”

The Board has collected the list of candidates for next year’s 10th and 12th grade examinations and will now open a correction portal for the already submitted list. School authorities will check all details and make corrections accordingly if needed. The date sheet for the 2023 examinations will be released after the corrections have been made to the list. The Board has decided to return to the pre-pandemic single-exam format, which means that the 10th and 12th grade board exams will not be split into two parts.

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