Last minute instructions, general guidelines for Class 10, 12 Board Exams

CBSE Board Exam 2022

CBSE Class 10, 12 Term 2 Exams 2022 begins April 26 – Last minute instructions

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Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE term 2 board exams 2022 for Class 10, 12 would begin from tomorrow – April 26, 2022. Nearly 30 lakh students across the country and abroad would be appearing for the CBSE Class 10, 12 board exams. Unlike Term 1, Term 2 examinations are subjective examination. The paper would be for 2 hour duration. Check last minute instructions on reporting time, exam time, general guidelines, dress code, admit card and more below.

Apart from the general guidelines, students are also required to follow COVID appropriate behaviour. Masks have been made mandatory in Delhi and parts of UP and Haryana. The COVID guidelines are as per the region and state. Students are also advised to go through the Checklist of what is allowed and what is not allowed in CBSE Board Exams 2022 here.
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CBSE Term 2 Board Exams 2022: Exam Day Guidelines, reporting time, last minute instructions, dress code

  1. CBSE Term 2 Examinations would be conducted from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. The examinations would be for 1.5 or 2 hours, depending on the allotted time and pattern of the examination.
  2. Students are required to reach the allotted examination centers latest by 9:30 am as the entry would begin then
  3. Entry to examination center would close at 10 am, no student udner any circumstances would be allowed to enter the examination hall after 10 am
  4. Students need to carry their CBSE Class 10, 12 Admit Card or Roll Numbers as issued by the board and shared by respective schools; for private candidates the admit card would be signed – entry is not allowed without admit card
  5. Remember to check that the CBSE Admit Card is duly signed by the school principal, the student and the parent – ​​unsigned admit cards are not acceptable
  6. Students are required to wear their school uniform to the examination centre
  7. Parents and students are advised to visit the examination center before the commencement of the board exams to check the traffic conditions and the location of the centre
  8. Students must be seated by 10:00 am and the answer sheets and question papers would be distributed at 10:10 am; all students would get 20 minutes reading time to go through the question paper and fill the answer sheet information sheet carefully
  9. Students must pay attention to the instructions given at the exam centers regarding filling of the answer sheets and signing the attendance sheets
  10. COVID protocols are in place and no more than 18 students are allowed to be seated in a classroom
  11. Masks are mandatory in a few cities and states, as per the prevalent conditions in the region – students are advised to check local advisory for the same; CBSE recommends face masks in the exam halls
  12. Students can carry a bottle of water, sanitizer and mask along with a pencil box (which is clear); no other item is allowed
  13. Thermal scanning and frisking would be done at the entry points – students are hence advised to reach before time to ensure they can be seated
  14. Students who suffer from diabetes or a medical condition are also allowed to carry a snack, as per the board rules
  15. Extra time and writing facility would be given to children with special needs (CWSN), as per the information shared by the board
  16. CWSN candidates are advised to carry the necessary medical certificates, permission letter and documentation to the examination centre
  17. Examination would begin at 10:30 am sharp and no student would be allowed to leave the premises till the same ends
  18. Once the examination ends, students would be required to submit the answer sheets and leave in a disciplined manner
  19. Given the heat wave conditions, students are advised to be properly hydrated and raise any concerns at the center should they not feel well
  20. Students who are infected or have a family member who is infected are advised to be honest regarding the situation with the school authorities so that necessary arrangements, if possible, can be done for the students examination – all are humbly advised not to hide it as they might infect other students

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Students and parents are also advised to go carefully through the instructions as shared by the schools and the board (on the admit cards). The date sheet of the exams for the subjects opted by the students would be printed on the admit card as well. In case of any discrepancy in the same, students are advised to get in touch with their respective schools at the earliest.

Times Now wishes all the students best of luck for their examination. Keep calm and stay focused.

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