Nagpur: CBSE Class 10 and 12 board exam is all set to commence from March 1. This year more number of candidates have applied for the exams as compared to last year. Last year total 13,73,853 candidates applied for Class 10 exam, out of which 55,59,12 were girls and 81,79,41 were boys. This year 14,99,122 candidates have applied, out of which 60,64,37 are girls and 89,26,85 are boys.
For Class 12 exam, last year total 10,40,368 candidates have applied, out of which 43,29,85 were girls and 607,38,3 were boys. This year total 14,99,122 candidates have applied, out of which 44,66,41 are girls and 621,25,9 are boys.
The board has launched user friendly web based features under E-CBSE for Class 10 and 12 examinations, where in:
Roll numbers can be generated for the main exam by schools and corrections can be made in the particulars. Photos can also be uploaded photos using the existing Id and passwords except for subject change.
The internal subject assessment grades of Class 12 can also be uploaded by the schools. This facility will save time, increase accuracy and will also facilitate smooth and timely compilation of results.
Admit cards, attendance sheets, list of candidates if selected can also be downloaded by the schools.
Intimation letters for private candidates appearing in Class 10 and 12 examination from Delhi region can be downloaded.
Those students who do not wish to move out of the CBSE system after Class 10, schedule for supply of question papers and marking scheme will be provided by the board and SA-II will be conducted by the schools.
Problem solving assessment has been discontinued with effect from 2015 to 2016 session. Schools will now conduct FA4 in place of PSA and upload the scores.
Results for Class 10 and 12 are likely to be declared in the month of May/June.
With inputs from CBSE