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The Central Board of Secondary Education is a national level board of education in India. The main objective of this board is to provide rapid development and expansion to serve educational institutions more effectively and in a responsive manner. CBSE is a board of education under the Union Government of India for both public and private schools. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts final exams for class 10 and class 12 in March every year, and results are declared by the end of May. Apart from this, CBSE also conducts the Central Teachers' Eligibility Test and the class 10 optional proficiency test. This board is known for its comprehensive syllabus and well-structured exam pattern, which helps students to get a clear idea about the entire syllabus. There are approximately 21,271 schools in India and 228 schools in 25 foreign countries affiliated to CBSE that follow the NCERT curriculum.

CBSE Full Form Central Board of Secondary Education

Formed on

3 November 1962

Head Quarters

New Delhi, India

Chairman

Mr. Manoj Ahuja

Official Website

www.cbse.nic.in

Official Language

Hindi, English

Affiliation

Approx. 21271 schools in India and 228 schools in foreign countries



Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.


Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.


Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.


Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.


Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.


Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.


Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.


Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.


    CBSE Notification

    The academic year 2020-21 has started late due to the proliferation of coronavirus. The session usually begins in June. But, due to this pandemic, the session began by September this year. Here are some key points related to the CBSE board exam.

    1. CBSE Class 10th and 12th board will commence from May 4 2021 on Tuesday.
    2. CBSE Class 10th examination was held from February 15, 2020, to March 20, 2020, and Class 12 examination was held from February 15, 2020, to
    3. March 30 2020. But due to this covid-19 outbreak, some exams got cancelled.
    4. The result of CBSE board examination of class 10th and 12th was declared on July 15 and July 13, 2020, respectively.
    5. Keeping in mind the state of this epidemic, the board has decided to reduce the syllabus by 30%. The updated education policy of 2020 was
    6. already uploaded on the official website of CBSE (https://cbse.nic.in/).
    7. According to the major reform, the 10 + 2 structure is now replaced with the 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 structure.
    8. The updated syllabus is available at Praadis education. You can download it with just one click.

CBSE Preparation tips

    • Make concepts clear- NCERT is the best solutions to clarify your concepts. Learn from basics and review until the concepts get cleared. Once your concept is clear, you may find easy ways to solve your questions. Don’t stress yourself too much into one topic/subject. If you are stuck somewhere on any topic/subject then Praadis Education is always there to help.
    • Keep yourself focused-In this age, we face a lot of distraction. The main distraction is now-a-days a mobile which children are using all the time. To eliminate those distractions, you really have to put 100% effort to get over it. Use resources to a minimum that distract you will really help you focus on your studies. You need to set up a task for yourself so that you will be more engaged doing so. This will really help you focus on your set goals. This type of practice will help the child to get better results in his examination.
    • Take good care of health- Exercise daily and get plenty of rest. Stay away from junk food, which definitely makes you lazy. Health plays an important role in your studies. If you are not well, you will not give your 100% in your exam. Take intervals in the middle of preparations and have a sound sleep one night before the exam.
    • Involve in extra-academic activities along with studies- Don’t give yourself entirely into studies. Give your time to extra-academic activities as well. These activities will boost your confidence and help you to work smart in your life instead of working hard for long hours.
    • Learn from NCERT- If you want to understand the basics of any subject, then NCERT is the best study material. The NCERT books have a lot of questions along with in-depth explanations. By regularly discussing these solutions, students will develop a better understanding of the concepts. All these measures will prove to be very helpful for the students to score better percentage in the annual examination.

CBSE Exam Pattern

    CBSE Exam Pattern for class 10 and 12

    Those students who are appearing for CBSE Class 10 and 12 board exam must be aware of the exam pattern. Knowing the exam pattern will help the student to understand the syllabus of the exam as well as marking scheme allocated for each subject. CBSE exam pattern for a student of Class 10 and 12:-

    CBSE Board Class 10 Exam

    CBSE Board Class 10 plays a vital role in shaping the future of the student as a student who can be safe in the board exams can inevitably shape the possibilities for the student. The CBSE Class 10 board exam is the first public examination that every student has to face. The structure of this examination is to test the practical as well as theoretical knowledge of the candidate. Therefore, students should have a clear understanding of the concepts and will help them relate to real-world applications as well as have strong practical knowledge. Class 10 CBSE (NCERT solutions) are designed by our subject experts to provide one-stop solutions to all questions related to Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences. With the aim of excelling in the CBSE Class 10 board exam, the textbook solutions provide an excellent platform to understand all the mathematics, science and social science concepts covered in the syllabus. At Praadis education, we explain accurately with well-illustrated graphs and solved examples making learning simple and easy. It develops a strong conceptual base in the students, which plays an essential role in the later stages for successful competition of competitive examinations.

    Class 10th

    1. 1. Objective type Questions- out of 80 marks questions 20 marks are allotted to MCQs in the question paper for all subjects.
    2. 2. Internal choice in the question paper- 33% internal choice in all the sections of all subjects
    3. 3. 2 level of mathematics- Basic & Standard (for class 10 only)
    4. 4. Internal assessment- It is divided into 3 sections-
    5. i. Periodic test and multiple assessments- 10 marks
    6. ii. Subject enrichment activities (Lab Activities)- 5 marks
    7. iii. Portfolio- 5 marks

    Class 10 Maths 2020-21

    The maths is divided into 2 parts (A and B). There is a total of 36 questions in 2 parts. Part A comprises of 2 sections- 32 marks.

    1. Section I- 16 marks
    2. Section II- 16 marks
    3. Part B- 48 marks
    4. Question No 21 to 26- 2 marks each
    5. Question No 27 to 33- 3 marks each
    6. Question No 34 to 36- 5 marks each
    7. All 2 parts contain 80 marks questions, 20 marks internal assessment.

    Class 10 English

    The English question paper is divided into 2 parts (A and B). There is a total of 11 questions in 2 parts. Part A- Reading – 20 marks, Literature- 10 marks, and Grammar- 10 marks. Part B- Writing- 10 marks and Literature- 30 marks. All 2 parts contain 80 marks questions, 20 marks internal assessment.

    Class 10 Hindi

    The Hindi paper is divided into 2 sections (A&B). There is a total of 13 questions in 2 sections. Section A- Unseen passage and unread passage (10 marks), practical grammar (16 marks), textbook (14 marks). Section B- Textbook and supplementary textbook (20 marks) and writing (20 marks). All 2 sections contain 80 marks questions, 20 marks internal assessment.

    Class 10 Science

    The science is divided into 4 sections (Section A, B, C and D). There is a total of 36 questions in 4 sections.

    1. Section A- 20 marks
    2. Section B- 12 marks
    3. Section C- 21 marks
    4. Section D= 15 marks

    All 4 section contains 80 marks questions, 20 marks internal assessment.

    Class 10 Social Science

    The Social Science paper is divided into 5 sections (Section A, B, C, D and E). There is a total of 32 questions in 5 sections.

    1. Section A- 16 marks (MCQs)
    2. Section B- 18 marks
    3. Section C- 16 marks
    4. Section D- 25 marks
    5. Section E- 5

    All 5 sections contain 80 marks questions, 20 marks internal assessment.

    CBSE Board Class 12 Exam

    After clearing class 10 board exam students will select their respective streams like Commerce, Maths, Science, Arts etc. In class 12, you continue with the same stream. The CBSE Class 12 board exam is the turning point for your future. It is a decision-making class that tells you what one can do after passing the board exam. Under the pressure of examination and admission, many children get nervous due to which their exam scores get reduced. The children are advised to make a proper schedule and plan their studies only by referring to a marking scheme. We here at Praadis, try to provide all the necessary information about the CBSE Class 12 board exam.

    The NCERT solutions of CBSE classes are essential for the students, it will definitely help them to ace the class 12 exams as well as competitive exams if you are planning to give any.

    Class 12th

  • 1. Objective type Questions- 25% objective types which include MCQs and fill in the blanks in all the sections of all subjects.
  • 2. Internal choice in the question paper- 33% internal choice in all the sections of all subjects.
  • 3. Internal assessment- It is divided into 3 sections-
  • i. Periodic test and multiple assessments- 10 marks
  • ii. Subject enrichment activities (Lab Activities)- 5 marks
  • iii. Portfolio- 5 marks
  • Class 12 Maths

    The Maths is divided into 5 sections (Section I, II, III, IV and V). Total of 38 questions in 5 sections.

    1. Section I- 16 marks
    2. Section II- 8 marks
    3. Section III- 20 marks
    4. Section IV-21 marks
    5. Section V- 15 marks

    All 5 sections contain 80 marks questions, 20 marks internal assessment.

    Class 12 Physics

    The Physics paper is divided into 5 sections (Section A, B, C and D). Total of 33 questions in 5 sections.

    1. Section A- 14 marks
    2. Section B- 8 marks
    3. Section C- 18 marks
    4. Section D-15 marks
    5. Section E- 15 marks

    All 5 sections contain 70 marks questions, 30 marks internal assessment.

    Class 12 Chemistry

    The chemistry paper is divided into 4 sections (Section A, B, C and D). Total of 33 questions in 4 sections.

    1. Section A- 22 marks
    2. Section B- 18 marks
    3. Section C- 15 marks
    4. Section D-15 marks

    All 4 sections contain 70 marks questions, 30 marks internal assessment.

    Class 12 Biology

    The Biology paper is divided into 4 sections (Section A, B, C and D). Total of 33 questions in 4 sections.

    1. Section A- 22 marks
    2. Section B- 18 marks
    3. Section C- 15 marks
    4. Section D- 15 marks

    All 4 sections contain 70 marks questions, 30 marks internal assessment.

    Class 12 English Core

    This question paper is divided into two parts: A and B. There is a total of 13 questions in 2 parts.

    1. Part A - Reading (20 marks) and Literature (20 marks)
    2. Part B - Writing (16 marks) and Literature (24 marks).

    All 2 parts contain 80 marks questions, 30 marks internal assessment.