CBSE Board Exam Scheduled in February 2023?? 100% Syllabus For Test??

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CBSE Board Exam Scheduled in February 2023 100% Syllabus For Test
CBSE Board Exam Scheduled in February 2023 100% Syllabus For Test

CBSE Board Exam Scheduled in February 2023?? 100% Syllabus For Test?? Central Board of Secondary Education-CBSE has a plan to back to their actual academic circle which is practiced before the time of pandemic. So the CBSE board decide to conduct the board’s annual exams in February month of the upcoming educational year 2023 for 100 percentage of the syllabus. To know more details stay tuned with us.

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CBSE likely conduct the board examination in 2023 February for full regular syllabus which is omitted and relaxed for the past two year exams of the CBSE. Because the board bring back its academic cycle in the accurate line. Schools under CBSE voice out their concerns about   whether or not the given time is sufficient to prepare students for boards. The reason for their concerns is that the students of this batch also lag in their two years of learning and only study most of the time through virtually.

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Completing the whole syllabus on before the scheduling time of exam date on February 20213 is not the easy job for the teachers of the CBSE schools as well as the students. Principal of Amity International School at Sector 43, Gurugram said that, “Delay in Board exams this year has left students of class 11 with less time to cover their syllabus and to build a strong foundation for class 12. That is one area that will need serious planning and extra classes”.

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