CBSE board updates | Data sheet of the technical examinations for pupils in the 10th to 12th academic year, examinations that take place between 22 and 29 September
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🔥 CBSE board updates | Data sheet of the technical examinations for pupils in the 10th to 12th academic year, examinations that take place between 22 and 29 September

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  • CBSE Board Updates | Departmental Exams Datasheet for the 10th to 12th released student, exams to be held between September 22nd and 29th

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  • This year, 1.5 Lakh students in the 10th and around 87,000 students in the 12th will appear for the partial exam
  • The Supreme Court informs the Board of Directors of petitions filed by students today with a response requested by September 7th

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has published the data sheet for the subject exams for 10th and 12th grade students. The board has published the data sheet for the exams on its official website cbse.nic.in. According to the published schedule, these exams will be conducted between September 22nd and 29th.

The court asked the board to reply by September 7th

At the same time, the students constantly refuse the exam. In the same order, the students filed an application to the Supreme Court to cancel the exam. A three judge bank led by Justice AM Khanwilkar today issued a notice of petitions filed by students led by Anika Samvedi. The court ordered the CBSE to file response by September 7th and postpone the hearing on the case until September 10th.

This year, 1.5 lakh students will appear in the 10th and about 87,000 students in the 12th exam. The petitioners first asked the CBSE to cancel the exams, which was rejected on August 6th. The petitions against this decision were filed on August 6th.

The number of exam centers rose to 1,278

Earlier, attorney Rupesh Kumar, who appeared in court for the CBSE, had said the exam is expected to be conducted in late September after all necessary precautions have been taken. That said, CBSE has increased the number of 575 exam centers from last year to 1278 this year. In addition, the board of directors will ensure that there is only space for 12 students in a class. The court ordered CBSE to include it on the affidavit before the next hearing.

Click here to view the 10th data sheet

Click here to view the 12th data sheet

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