The Central Board of Secondary Education has recently revised the CBSE board exam 2021 dates for Class 10 and 12. As per the new schedule, the exams would now be conducted from May 4 to June 14, 2021.
For Class 12 exams, the Physics and Applied Physics exam date has been modified from May 13 to June 8. Likewise, the Geography exam would now be conducted on June 3, which was earlier scheduled for June 2. Class 12 students would not have any examination on May 13, 14.
As per the revised date sheet of the Class 10 board exam, the Mathematics exam has been shifted from May 21 to June 2. Language exams like Sanskrit, French, Arabic, Malayalam, German, Russian, Punjabi, and Urdu have also been rescheduled. Class 10 board exams will continue till June 7. The complete date sheet for Class 10 and Class 12 has been uploaded on the official website at cbse.gov.in.
Key Changes In Class 10 Board Exam Dates
- English Communicative exam will be conducted on May 6.
- The French exam would be held on May 12 instead of Punjabi, which has been moved to June 5.
- The science exam has been shifted to May 21.
- Mathematics has been rescheduled for June 2.
- The Arabic and Sanskrit exam would be held on June 3 instead of June 2.
- Malayalam, Punjabi, Russian, Urdu Course-B has been rescheduled for June 5.
Key Changes In Class 12 Board Exam Dates
- Mathematics, Applied Mathematics would be conducted on May 31 instead of June 1.
- Hindi Elective, Hindi Core would be held on June 1.
- Web Application, Tourism is scheduled for June 2.
- Geography will now be held on June 3
- Physics and Applied Physics would be held on June 8. Earlier, it was scheduled for May 13
- National Cadet Corps, Marketing, Geospatial technology would be conducted on June 12.
In the morning shift, Retail, Mass Media Studies exams would be conducted on June 14. On the same day, in the evening shift – Tamil, Telugu, Sidhi, Gujarati, Manipuri, Malayalam, Odia, Assamese, Kannada, Tibetan, German, Rusian, Persian, Limbu, Lepcha, Bodo, Tangkhul, Bhutia, Spanish, Mizo papers would be conducted
CBSE exams would be conducted offline, and the paper would have 33 percent internal choice questions. Also, 30 percent of the syllabus has been reduced for this academic session. The candidates need to follow COVID-19 pandemic precautions. Wearing a face mask will be a must, and proper social distancing will be maintained.