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CBSE Board 10th 12th Term 2 Exam 2022: CBSE Term 2 exam is going to start from 26th April. Before the exam, the board has issued the guidelines.
CBSE Board Term 2 Exam Guideline: central board of secondary education (CBSE) Admit card for Term 2 exam has been issued. The exam is starting from 26th April. Not many days are left for the exam to start. Students are busy preparing for the exam. Board issued guidelines before the examination (CBSE Board Exam Guideline) It is mandatory for every student to follow it. 34 lakh students of class 10 and 12 CBSE Term 2 exam ,CBSE Term 2 Exam 2022, will be involved in. The board has given some relaxation in the matter of Kovid guidelines for the examination centers. However, the rules including social distancing, mandatory mask and temperature will remain as before.
CBSE Term 2 Guidelines
CBSE Class 10, 12th Term 2 Exam 2022 will be for two hours which will be conducted from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Students will have to report at the designated examination centers by 9:30 am. The examination will be started from 10:00 am. Entry to the examination centers will be closed at 10:00 am and no student will be allowed inside under any circumstances. So students reach the exam center on time. The question paper and answer sheet will be distributed to the students at 10:00 am so that they can fill the answer sheets carefully and also view the question paper. The student will be given 20 minutes to read the question paper.
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Parents and students are advised to read the instructions which are also given on the admit card. The admit cards have been provided to the schools along with the list of subjects selected by the students. These are then signed by the principal of the schools and handed over to the students. In CBSE Term 2 exam, questions will be asked from 50 percent syllabus. 50% syllabus exam was taken in Term 1 exam itself. CBSE Board Exam (CBSE Board Exam) It will be held for 2-2 hours. Let us tell you, due to Corona this time CBSE has decided to take the exam in two terms. That’s why the exam is being taken twice.