CBSE Board Exam 2023 Dates OUT: Board Brings Major Changes For 2023 Exams. Details Here
After the results were declared, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced date for Class 10 and Class 12 board exams for the 2023 batch February 15 onwards. CBSE officials said that CBSE Class 12 exams 2023 will be held from February 15, 2023.
CBSE Board exam 2023: Only 1 exam
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The board has decided that the CBSE Board exam 2023 will be held once and the term-wise examination conducted in 2022 will be repelled. Hence, candidates should keep in mind that the marking scheme for board exam 2023 will be followed as previously.
CBSE Board Exams 2023: 30% Syllabus Cut
The board has also cut 30% syllabus for Class 9 to 12 students for this session. For more information on the new curriculum, students are advised to check the official website– cbseacademic.nic.in.
Besides the new syllabi, students can also check the sample question paper, marking scheme and question bank on the official website.
CBSE Board exam 2023: Sample paper, marking scheme
The sample question paper, marking scheme, question bank, etc., will be uploaded to the official website of CBSE and candidates will be able to check all details there.
In CBSE Results 2022: Improvement in pass percentage since 2020
This year, the pass percentage of the CBSE Class 12 results is 92.71%, which is a considerable improvement since 2020 (88.78%) Last year, all the students passed as exams were not held due to the COVID pandemic. The pass percentage in 2021 was 99.37%.
The overall passing percentage of the CBSE Exam 2022 is 92.71 per cent. Meanwhile, this year, girls have outsgined boys in CBSE board exam 2022. 94.54 per cent girls have passed CBS board exam 2022. The passing percentage of boys is 91.25 per cent.
This year, 1444341 students registered for the Class 12th Board exam. Meanwhile, 1435366 appeared and 1330662 students passed.
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