CBSE Board Exams 2023_The CBSE Board of Secondary Education are set to begin today, with almost 38 lakh pupils expected to take part (February 15). The tests will be administered between February 15 and April 5.
There are 21.8 lakh applicants overall who have enrolled for class 10th, of whom 9.39 lakh are female pupils, 12.4 lakh are male candidates, and 10 students have selected the “others” category. Since just 16.9 lakh aspirants have signed up for this year’s 12th board examinations, there are less candidates overall for class 12. 7.4 lakh of the 16 lakh students are female, 9.51 are male applicants, and 5 are listed under the “others” category.
CBSE Board Exams 2023 highlights
|10th||12.4 Lakhs||9.39 Lakhs||21.8 Lakhs|
|12th||9.51 Lakhs||7.4 Lakhs||16.9 Lakhs|
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has disclosed information indicating that board examinations would be administered in more than 7200 locations around the nation and in 26 different nations worldwide.
The class 10 examinations will be given in 76 disciplines over the course of 16 days, and they will be finished by March 21. During class 12, there are 115 subject tests that will last 36 days and end on April 5. The CBSE will administer examinations in 191 topics in total.
In order to prevent the use of unfair techniques, CBSE has further advised students against utilising electronic devices, including using gadgets to access ChatGPT, according to PTI.