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CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 Board Exam Dates Revised: Check Now!

For CBSE, from March 9, the Class 10 board examination will begin and will go on till April 10. For Class 12 also exams will commence on March 9 and end on April 29

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The revised exam dates for the board exams have been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on its official website. From March 9, the Class 10 board examination will begin and will go on till April 10. For Class 12 also exams will commence on March 9 and end on April 29.

CBSE Class 10 and 12 Board Exam Dates Revised

The CBSE class 10 and class 12 board examination timetable revised schedule is as follows:

Class 10 Timetable

Subject NameOld DateNew Date
TamilMarch 3, 2017March 18, 2017
GurungMarch 23, 2017March 10, 2017
National Cadet CorpsMarch 15, 2017March 23, 2017

Find the full CBSE class 10 board exam timetable here

Class 12 Timetable

Subject NameOld DateNew Date
Theatre StudiesApril 20, 2017April 10, 2017
TanghkulApril 10, 2017April 12, 2017
SociologyApril 12, 2017April 20, 2017
Food Service II April 29, 2017April 26, 2017

Find the full CBSE class 12 board exam timetable here

All the CBSE schools must submit their information to the regional offices. In the official press release, the board said, "It has made all possible efforts to maintain reasonable time gap between the major papers and also ensured that the students appearing for Joint Engineering Exam and upcoming National Eligibility cum Entrance Test complete the CBSE examinations ahead of these entrance exams."

About CBSE

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a well-known and a distinguished board of education under the Union Government of India. CBSE board was formed in 1952, since then, it has been providing quality education and a standard learning environment to all.

The syllabus and educational pattern is formed after a series of research, providing state-of-the-art education to all. This makes students competent in all aspects of educational environment.CBSE Board Exam is a critical stage for any student. CBSE board exams are not as tough as they seem to be, but lack of guidance can be one of the major reasons for poor results.

Only a few students succeed in crossing the 90% mark while most of them end up hitting 80% in this exam. Obtaining good marks in the board exams is a necessity as candidates appearing for competitive exams are selected based on their board exam scores. 

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