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CBSE Class 10th Board Exam 2019: Are you ready for Board exams? Know these new rules before entering into the exam hall

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 20 February 2019, 13:26 IST

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) would commence the Class 10th Board exams from 21st February 2019. As many as 18.19 lakh students are likely to appear for the class X board examination.

Also, the vocational subject exam will also start from tomorrow and the main or core subject examination would start on 7th March 2019.


This year, CBSE has notified several guidelines to board students and their parents also. Also, the board has introduced some new changes and rules to the examination pattern and other.

If you are also going to appear for the CBSE class 10th board exams, then you should know the new rules and security features implemented by CBSE this year.

Check here:

Every board students should keep in mind that carrying the admit card is mandatory. No students would allow appearing for the exam without hall tickets. Board aspirants should also note that this year Board has also asked for parent signature in the admit card.

Therefore, a parent should ensure that they should properly sign the admit card, otherwise, their ward will not be allowed to appear for the exam.

Candidates can enter the examination centre until 10:00 am. Because after the last reporting time, no candidates will allow entering the examination centre. Therefore, be sure that you have to reach the centre latest by 9:45 am.

Also read: CBSE Board Exam 2019: Want to score extra marks in your class 10th or 12th Board exams? Know this new rule

Also, the question papers will be distributed to the students at 10:10 am. To ensure the security measures, students have been called to witness the breaking of the sealed envelopes of the question papers.

However, students will allow answering questions from 10:30 am.

First published: 20 February 2019, 13:18 IST
 
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