CBSE Term 2 Exams 2022 important guidelines released for Classes 10, 12

CBSE Term 2 Exams 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, Term 2 board exam 2022 is scheduled to begin from April 26 for the current academic session. To ease the hardships of students, official authorities have issued some exam guidelines for the examination centres. Students can check the official website, i.e., cbse.gov.in. for more updates and information.

IMPORTANT GUIDELINES

Covid-19 guidelines eased CBSE allows 18 students to be seated in a classroom as opposed to 12 students for Term 1
Students are advised to strictly follow Covid-19 guidelines including social distancing, mandatory masks, and temperature checks remain in place.
Three-step verification processes at each step has been mandated by the board to ensure smooth conduct of the examination
Classes 10 and 12 Term 2 examinations 2022 would be a two-hour examination which would be conducted from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Students would be required to report to the designated exam centers by 9:30 am and be seated by 10:00. Entry to the examination centers would be closed at 10:00 am and no student would be allowed inside under any circumstances.

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Question paper and answer sheet would be distributed to the students at 10:00 am so that they can fill the answer sheets carefully and also go through the question paper
A reading time of 20 minutes is provided to the student, as directed by CBSE board.

Entrance to examination hall would be on the presentation of the CBSE Roll Number/ Admit Card, which are duly signed by the principal of their respective schools as well as their own signatures
Students with unsigned admit cards are not accepted and students may be barred from entry
Geo-tagging of the confidential stuff is mandatory at every stage to ensure proper record of movement of the same
Parents and students are advised to go through the instructions which would be printed on the admit card as well.

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