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CBSE Board To End 2 Tearm Exam Pattern From Next Year

CBSE Board To End 2 Tearm Exam Pattern From Next Year

On Thursday, it was announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) that they would be holding their board exams in a pre-pandemic fashion next year. This means that there would only be one exam period for each grade; instead of two, as is the usual schedule.


The CBSE has now officially released a notification confirming that there will only be one final written examination period for each term beginning from Term 1 to Term 3 for Class 10th and 12th students.

Reason For 2 Terms

Due to CoVID, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) divided the 2021-22 final exams into two terms. The 2021-22 CBSE Term 1 exam was conducted in November - December, 2021 while the Term 2 exam is scheduled for April - May, 2022.


This pattern was utilized to ensure that at least one exam per session remains available towards the end of every academic year so that results may be prepared in time.

CBSE Realeases 2022-2023 Syllabus

The CBSE also released a detailed syllabus for Class 10 and 12 on their official website for development in the next few years. Targeting the academic year 2023, the board has ordered schools to tread carefully and prepare students by teaching them using "suitable teaching-learning strategies” .