CBSE Class 12 Exam Date 2020 is now available officially. So, students download your complete date sheet from below. As per CBSE 12th Date Sheet 2020 exams are going to commence from February 15, 2020. The exams are going to begin with the skill subjects first followed by the main subjects from February 22, 2020. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the date sheet on its official website- cbse.nic.in. However, students can also download their date sheet through the link provided here. To know more about CBSE Date Sheet 2020 scroll the content below.
Latest:CBSE 12th date sheet 2020 has been released. To check and download it visit the link below.
CBSE Class 12 Exam Date 2020
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Total 12,88,054 students have registered for class 12th exams. This year board has break the suspense of the final date sheet earlier than before. Yes, last year CBSE has released the class 12th date sheet on December 23. While this year it has been uploaded officially on December 17. Exam timings are from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. Practical exams for Science, Arts and Commerce stream students conducted in between January 01 to February 07. Now, check CBSE Class 12 Exam Date 2020 from the table below.
|CBSE 12 Date Sheet 2020||Important Dates|
|Availability of Date Sheet||17 Dec 2019|
|Exam Dates||15 Feb – 30 Mar 2020 (Theory)
01 Jan – 07 Feb 2020 (Practical)
Date Sheet: To check and download CBSE Class 12 Date Sheet 2020 Click Here
CBSE 12th Practical Dates 2020
Class 12th practical dates have been confirmed by the CBSE through an official notice. CBSE has instructed all the affiliated schools to conduct the class 12th practical exams from between January 01 to Febtuary 07. Marks of practical exams and the project assessment marks must be evaluated and submit online on the portal sumultaneously. CBSE 12th practical exams conducted in the presence of the internal as well as the external examiner.
How To Check CBSE Class 12 Exam Date 2020
CBSE 12th date sheet release in a pdf format online. Thus, to check it a certain steps required as follows.
Step.1- Firstly, visit the official website and click on the link of the date sheet available under the recent announcement section. Or directly click on the link of the date sheet available on this page.
Step.2- Once you click on a direct link provided here you will be directed to a new page.
Step.3- Here again, click on the link of the date sheet provided below the table section.
Step.4- Check your exam dates for all the subjects very carefully and download it as per the further instructions mentioned on that page.
Class 12 Exam Date 2020 – Previous 5 Years Release Date
Here we are with the release date of the date sheet of class 12th of the past 5 years. This year CBSE has uploaded the final date sheet a bit early and make the students clear about their exam dates. Now, check the table below to know the dates.
|Year||Release Date||Exam Dates|
|2020||17 Dec 2019||15 Feb – 30 Mar|
|2019||23 Dec 2018||15 Feb- 04 Apr|
|2018||10 Jan 2018||05 Mar- 12 Apr|
|2017||09 Jan 2017||09 Mar – 29 Apr|
|2016||03 Jan 2016||01 Mar – 22 Apr|
|2015||07 Jan 2015||02 Mar – 20 Apr|
CBSE 12th Syllabus 2020 – Know Here
Board exams are going to conduct in a few months. Preparation of the students is at its pace. So, it is must that you covered all the topics prescribed by CBSE. Syllabus of all the subjects are available on the official website of CBSE under the ‘Examination’ tab. Along with this, CBSE has also instructed the schools and the students to read the content provided in the box also. The questions are also going to frame from them. So, students are advised to before switching to the other reference book. First go through your NCERT topics and prepare them properly.
Class 12th Sample Question Paper and Marking Scheme
All the students appearing in class 12th examinations can now download their sample papers and marking scheme. CBSE has released the sample papers and marking scheme to help students get a better understanding of the exam. Class 12 students can follow the steps mentioned below to download the SQP and MS.
1st Step- Firstly, visit the official website by clicking on the link given on this page.
2nd Step- Once you will click on the link, you will be redirected to a new page. On this page, you will see the list of different subjects of class 12th.
3rd Step- After this, you need to click on the link of your desired subject to download the sample paper and marking scheme.
4th Step- You can download the sample papers and start preparing for your exams accordingly.
Who Can Appear For CBSE 12th Examinations 2020?
CBSE 12th exams Feb/ Mar/ Apr 2020 are not only valid for the freshly appeared students. But also for those students who
- Declared fail in 2019
- Got Compartment In July 2019
- Got Compartment in main exams 2019 and not appear for compartment exams in 2019
- Passed in 2019 and want to improve their performance in two or three subjects.
- Passed in 2014 and want to appear for the exam in Additional Subject.
Notable Changes In CBSE 12th Board Exams 2020
CBSE is now all set to conduct the examinations for the next academic session 2019- 20. So, if you are going to appear for board exams to be held in February 2020 then you must aware of these amendments. Firstly, for class 12th CBSE is going to conduct the practical exams for all the subjects. Hindi, English, Mathematics, Accountancy, Economics, Sociology and Political Science of 20 marks. While Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Biotechnology have the practical exam of 30 marks. The theory exams of these subjects are of 80 and 70 marks respectively.
CBSE has also increased the objective type questions in the paper. There would be more internal choices in the paper. CBSE tries to make paper student friendly ‘Not Lengthy’ this year. As the number of the long answer type questions has been reduced from this year. In class 12 Sanskrit paper the number of questions reduced from 53 to 37. While in Political Science the questions from 25 reduced to 14. Including the questions in Physics and Chemistry reduced to 17.
CBSE 12th Subject List And Codes
Here, in this session, we have discussed the list of subjects and their respective codes which a student should know. The list of subjects is as follows:
- Accountancy (055)
- Biology (044)
- BioTechnology (045)
- Business Studies (054)
- Chemistry (043)
- Computer Science (Old) (283)
- Computer Science (New) (083)
- Economics (030)
- Dance (056- 061)
- Engineering Graphics (046)
- Entrepreneurship (066)
- Geography (029)
- History (027)
- Home Science (064)
- Mathematics (041)
- NCC (076)
- Physical Education (048)
- Physics (042)
- Political Science (028)
- Psychology (037)
- Sociology (039)
How To Prepare For Examinations
With the name of the board exams many of the students get stressed and not able to tackle with it. Most of the students face problems while preparing for the exams. So, here we are with some of the preparation tips for the students.
Routine: Before going to prepare for any subject, it is advised to the students to make a proper routine first. It must include a proper timing dedicated to a subject.
Curriculum: CBSE has prescribed the syllabus for all the students appearing for the exam. So, check out the entire syllabus first and list out the important topics.
Make Points: While preparing any topic it is advised to make short points. This will help you to understand better and helps you to retain it for a longer period.
Previous year Question Papers: After completing the subject from the prescribed textbooks, you can also go for the previous year question papers. This helps you to understand the pattern of the paper and get an idea of the marking scheme of the paper.
Sample Papers: To test yourself you must need to practice the sample papers. There are various other publishers which provide the sample papers on the basis of the current syllabus.
Healthy Intakes: With the study it is also important that you take care of your body. So, take proper food diet during the exam time. Avoid junk food and street foods for a period of exams.
Revision: Before the exam day take a revision of all the topics you have prepared. Take a twice or thrice revision for the better results.
Official Website: cbse.nic.in
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