Term-I examination of Class-X will start from 17.11.2021 and Class-XII examinations will start from 16.11.2021

Term-I examination of Class-X will start from 17.11.2021 and Class-XII examinations will start from 16.11.2021 

CBSE/CE/EXAM-2021/

Dated: 06.11.2021

Notification

Vide circular no. CBSE/DIR (ACAD)/51/2021 dated July 05, 2021, Board has communicated that in 2021-2022 session, two examinations for Classes X and XII will be conducted as per following details:-

1. Term-I examination which will be conducted in the month of November­ December, 2021. This will be an objective type examination and the duration of this examination would be 90 minutes.

2. Term-II examination will be conducted in the month of March-April, 2022 . This will be a subjective/objective type examination as per the condition of the COVID-19 in the country.

Accordingly , Term-I examination of Class-X will start from 17.11.2021 and Class-XII examinations will start from 16.11.2021     

Conduct of Term-I Examinations

CBSE is offering 114 subjects in Class XII and 75 subjects in Class X. Meaning thereby, CBSE has to conduct the examination of a total 189 subjects. If the examination of all subjects is conducted, the entire  duration  of  the  examination would be about 45-50 days. Therefore , to avoid learning loss of students, CBSE would conduct the examinations of the following subjects by fixing date sheet across all affiliated schools in India and abroad:-

Term-I examination of Class-X
Class-X

(Subjects offered by all schools)

SUB CODE

SUBJECT NAME

SUB CODE

SUBJECT NAME

002

Hindi Course - A

087

Social Science

041

Mathematics Standard

165

Computer Applications

064

Home Science

184

English Lang. & Lit.

085

Hindi Course - B

241

Mathematics Basic

086

Science


Class-XII

(Subjects offered by all schools)

SUB CODE

SUBJECT NAME

SUB CODE

SUBJECT NAME

002

Hindi Elective

044

Biology

027

History

048

Physical Education

028

Political Science

054

Business Studies

029

Geography

055

Accountancy

030

Economics

064

Home Science

037

Psychology

065

Informatics Prac. (New)

039

Socioloav

083

Computer Science (New)

041

Mathematics r

301

English Core

042

Physics

302

Hindi Core

043

Chemistry


Examination of following subjects will be conducted by the CBSE by making groups in such a manner that exams are conducted in minimum time:-

CLASS-X

(Subjects offered by fewer schools)

SUB CODE

SU BJ ECT N A M E

SUB CODE

SU BJ ECT N A M E

003

Urdu Course-A

094

Japanese

004

Punjabi

095

Bhutia

005

Bengali

096

Spanish

006

Tamil

097

Kashmiri

007

Telugu

098

Mizo

008

Sindhi

099

Bahasa Melayu

009

Marathi

122

Sanskrit

010

Gujarati

131

Rai

01 1

Manipuri

1 32

Gurung

012

Malayalam

133

Tamang

013

Odia

1 34

Sherpa

014

Assamese

1 36

Thai

015

Kannada

154

Elem. Of Business

016

Arabic

254

Elements Of Book Keeping & Accountancy

017

Tibetan

303

Urdu Course-B

018

French

401

  • Retail

020

German

402

Information Technology

021

Russian

403

Security

023

Persian

404

Automotive

024

Nepali

405

Introduction To Financial Markets

025

Limboo

406

Introduction To Tourism

026

Lepcha

407

Beauty & Wellness

031

Car. Music (Vocal)

408

Agriculture

032

Car. Music Mel. Ins.

409

Food Production

033

Car. Music Per.

410

Front Office Operations

034

Hind. Music (Vocal)

41 1

Banking & Insurance

035

Hind. Music Mel. Ins.

412

Marketing & Sales

036

Hind. Music Per. Ins.

41 3

Health Care

049

Painting

414

Apparel

076

National Cadet Corps (NCC)

415

Multimedia

089

Telugu-Telangana

416

Multi Skill Foundation Course

092

Bodo

417

Artificial Intelligence

093

Tangkhul

418

Physical Activity Trainer


CLASS-XII

(Subjects offered by fewer schools)

SUB CODE

SUBJ ECT N A M E

SUB CODE

SU BJ ECT N A M E

001

English Elective

193

Tangkhul

003

Urdu Elective

194

Japanese

022

Sanskrit Elective

195

Bhutia

031

Car. Music Vocal

196

Spanish

032

Car. Music Mel Ins

197

Kashmiri

033

Car.Pere. Ins. Mridangam

198

Mizo

034

Hind Music.Vocal

241

Applied Mathematics

035

Hind. Music Mel Ins.

303

Urdu Core

036

Hind.Per Ins.

322

Sanskrit Core

045

Biotechnology

801

Retail

046

Engg. Graphics

802

Information Technology

049

Painting

803

Web Application

050

Graphics

804

Automotive

051

Sculpture

805

Fin. Markets Management

052

App/Commercial Art

806

Tourism

056

Kathak - Dance

807

Beauty & Wellness

057

Bharatnatyam - Dance

808

Agriculture

058

Kuchipudi - Dance

809

Food Production

059

Odissi - Dance

810

Front Office Operations

060

Manipuri - Dance

811

Banking

061

Kathakali - Dance

81 2

Marketinq

066

Entrepreneurship

81 3

Health Care

073

Knowledge Tradition & Practices of India

814

Insurance

074

Legal Studies

816

Horticulture

076

National Cadet Corps (NCC)

817

Typography & Computer Application

104

Punjabi

818

Geospatial Technology

105

Bengali

819

Electrical Technology

106

Tamil

820

Electronic Technology

107

Telugu

821

Multimedia

108

Sindhi

822

Taxation

109

Marathi

823

Cost Accounting

1 10

Gujarati

824

Office Procedures & Pract.

1 1 1

Manipuri

825

Shorthand (English)

1 12

Malayalam

826

Shorthand (Hindi)

113

Odia

827

Air-Conditioning & Refrig.

1 14

Assamese

828

Medical Diagnostics

1 15

Kannada

829

Textile Design

116

Arabic

830

Design

1 17

Tibetan ,

831

Salesmanship

1 18

French

833

Business Administration

120

German

834

Food Nutrition & Dietetics

121

Russian

835

Mass Media Studies

123

Persian

836

Library & Information Science

124

Nepali

837

Fashion Studies

125

Limboo

841

Yoga

126

Lepcha

842

Early Childhood Care & Edu.

189

TeluQu TelanQana

843

Artificial Intelligence

192

Bodo


Duration of Examinations
  • a. Examinations shall be of 90 minutes duration. Wherever , some changes exist, the same is as per curriculum and as mentioned in the Admit Card.

  • b. Examination will start from 11.30 AM instead of 10.30 AM keeping in view the winter session.

  • c. Reading time before start of the examination will be 20 minutes instead of 15 minutes for all categories of candidates
Policy for PWD Candidates
  • a. All facilities and exemptions as provided earlier will continue in this examination also.

  • b. As far as additional time is concerned , 20 min additional time is required on each 1 Hr paper, hence, for 90 Min paper, 30 min additional time will  be allowed.

  • c. All schools will keep ready a group of scribe amongst the students  of  the schools to provide to a candidate if requested for scribe.

  • d. Students acting as the scribe will be provided a certificate recognizing their services by CBSE.
Practical/Internal  Assessment/Project

Practical/ Internal Assessment/Project work be completed  as per the circular no. CBSE/DIR  (ACAD)/51/2021 dated July 05, 2021 issued by the CBSE in such a manner that all marks are uploaded on the link provided by CBSE latest by 23.12 .2021.

Schools can hold Practical/ Internal   Assessment/Project work latest   by
23.12 .2021  and  marks  can  only  be  uploaded  on  the  same  day  Practical/ Internal Assessment/Project work is held.

In case, marks are not uploaded by the schools upto 23 .12.02021, CBSE will take further action as given under:-
  • (i) Result may be declared without taking into consideration Term-I Practical/IA/Project Marks.

  • (ii) Result may be declared based on the performance of Term-II only.

  • (iii) A fine as deemed fit by the Competent Authority of the CBSE and upto Rs. 50,000/- may be imposed for considering the marks submitted by the schools after last date.

  • (iv) Action to withdraw affiliation may be initiated.
  • (v) No external examiner will be appointed in Term-1  examination  by the CBSE. Schools have to complete the practical assessment  with concerned school teacher(s).

  • (vi) Schools will use their own Answer books and preserve them safely.
Fixation of Examination Center .

As on date, there are about 26000 schools affiliated to the Board in India and 26 countries in Abroad.  Looking into the present conditions , CBSE will make efforts to f ix examination centres in  such a manner that neither students nor  schools  are having any problem. However, while doing so, safety and security of  the examinations will be given highest priority.

Capacity Building Programmes Will Be Conducted

a) Webinar for preparations of conduct of examinations
b) Webinar on Evaluation
c) Schedule for Training Programmes will be informed subsequently .
d) CBSE will also release videos for capacity building.

Appointment of Observers

1. As examination would be conducted almost in all the schools , hence, to maintain the sanctity and safety of the examinations , there is a need to appoint an observer at each and every examination center. Scale for appointing Observer will be as follows :

No of Students

No of Observers

Upto 500

01

More than 500

02


2. City Coordinator (CC) will be responsibility of appointing observer at all examinations centres. City Coordinator will ensure availability of observer each day of examination as per decided scale.

3. .It would be the responsibility of the Center Superintendent and City Coordinator to ensure that the observer remains present during all examination days.

Requirement and Supply of OMRs

1. CBSE will supply customized OMRs online to the examination centres having details of the students permitted to appear in the examinations .

2. .  For  printing  of  OMR, A-4  size  photocopy  paper  of  good  quality  would   be required.

3. For all the subjects , OMRs will be supplied by the CBSE.

4. . Schools will be allowed to download the OMR's for both classes X/Xll  as  per schedule provided to them shortly.

5. A copy of OMR will be provided shortly to the schools for practice purpose.
 
Evaluation of the OMRs

Evaluation  will  be  done  as  per  the  instructions  provided  by  the  CBSE.  In  this regards, information will be given separately to the concerned.

Rough Work

Separate  sheet  will  be  provided at the  examination  centre for  rough work  to the students.

Guidelines to Prevent Covid

Schools, Parents and students will strictly follow Covid guidelines  as mentioned in the Guidelines to be provided by CBSE to the CS.

Permitted Items

Students will be allowed to earl"}' only permitted items in the examination centre. All the students will satisfy themselves before entering into the examination centre that they are not carrying any article which could be used and helpful in improving the performance of the candidates in the examination or a threat for the safety and security of the examination .

In case, it is observed that above instructions are not followed by the students and they are caught, CBSE will not refrain from taking severe actions against  the student including cancellation of the examination.

Declaration of Result

Result will be declared according to the information given in circular no. CBSE/DIR (ACAD)/51/2021 dated July 05, 2021 issued by CBSE.

Supply of Guidelines

Roll  numbers  will  be  uploaded  on  09.11.2021. CBSE  will  also  supply  detailed guidelines for all functionaries by 09 .11.2021.

Check the authenticity of this circular on the CBSE website.

(Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj)
Controller of Examinations

Copy to web admin for uploading on CBSE website.

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