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CBSE Releases Tentative List Of Subjects For February March Board Exams

Hon’ble High Court, Delhi in its judgment dated 11.07.2018 has directed Delhi University and CBSE to ensure that the result of CBSE including results of reevaluation “are taken into account from the commencing academic year, whilst determining the cut-off date for admission of colleges of the University of Delhi”.

In this backdrop, after due consultations, CBSE has decided that examinations for all Skill Education(Vocational) subjects shall be held in the latter half of February. Along with skill subjects, it is also decided to conduct the examination of a few other academic subjects which are being opted by the small number of students.

The list of probable subjects of which examinations are proposed to be conducted in the latter half of February 2019 is placed at Annexure I (Class-X) & Annexure II (Class-XII). Similarly, the list of academic subjects of which examinations are proposed to be conducted in the month of March/April 2019 is placed at Annexure III (Class-X) & Annexure IV (Class-XII).

As the list of candidates (LOC), i.e., the examination forms have not yet been filled, therefore, after receiving the complete data of examinees, who would be appearing in Class X and in Class XII examination in 2019, the subject list of February and March/April month will be finalized and communicated looking into the combination of subjects opted by the students.

The list of probable subjects can be found here:

http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/circulars/2018/Updated%20Distribution%20of%20subjects%20for%20February%20&%20MarchApril,%202019.pdf

The CBSE board said in a statement,”As the list of candidates (LOC), i.e., the examination forms have not yet been filled, therefore, after receiving the complete data of examinees, who would be appearing in Class X and in Class XII examination in 2019, the subject list of February and March/April month will be finalized and communicated looking into the combination of subjects opted by the students.”

Recently, the board has introduced some changes in the English (Core) exam pattern that will render the question paper different from those of previous years. The change has been introduced based on feedback received from the various stakeholders and subsequent deliberation in the meetings of Committee of Courses of the Board and subject experts.

In another development yesterday, Punjab Education Minister O.P. Soni said the state schools would have the curriculum on CBSE pattern. At a meeting with officers of the Education Department and Punjab School Education Board (PSEB), Soni directed school education authorities to form a committee to prepare the syllabus in this regard.

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