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CBSE Releases Marking Scheme For Class X, XII Boards 2018 | Download CBSE Marking Scheme

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the Class 10 and Class 12 marking scheme on its official website. CBSE is likely to release the date sheet for class 10 and 12 exams in the January 2018 first week. As per the reports, January 10, 2018, is the tentative date for the release of CBSE exams date sheet. However, CBSE has not yet confirmed when it will release the dates for class 10 and class 12 exams.

As per the past trend over the years, the CBSE class 10 and class 12 exams usually begin the the first week of March and end in the mid of April month. The upcoming board exams may be summed up within a month to have more time for evaluation. Moreover, winding up the class 10 and class 12 exams within a month will give students more time for preparation of competitive exams like JEE main and NEET.

The Central Board of Secondary Education has also uploaded the sample papers on its website. Students can download the sample question papers free of cost for preparation of board exams. Students can also check the marking scheme b following the below-given steps.

Steps to check and download CBSE Marking Scheme

First of all candidates are required to visit the official website of CBSE that is cbse.nic.in and click on the examinations tab. After opening the examinations, select the “examination-related materials”. After this, the marking scheme for both class 10th and class 12th will be shown on the screen. Candidates can download the relevant marking scheme and save it on their computer or take a printout of the same.

CBSE Previous Year Results

This year the Central Board announced the class 10 and class 12 board exams on May 28. Around 87.50 percent of girls cleared the exams while 8 percent of boys managed to qualify the exams. Out of 10,98,891  total students, 6,38,865 boys and 4,60,026 girls appeared in the CBSE board exams. The board exams commenced almost a week late than the previous years due to assembly elections in five states.

 

Source: indianexpress.com

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