CBSE Board Exam 2019 – Date Sheet and Grading System for Class X and XII

Published on : 27th October 2018    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to conduct the board examination after 15 February 2019. The board will tentatively release the date sheet for class 10th and 12th board examination in the fourth week of December 2018. Candidates are required to keep a track of the official website – www.cbse.nic.in.

As per recent events, CBSE has asked all the affiliated schools to send the list of students for class 10th and class 12th board examination who are going to appear in the 2019 board examinations. As per an official notice released by the board, the examinations for vocational subjects will be conducted in the month of February 2019 while that for the core subjects will be conducted in the month of March 2019.

CBSE Date Sheet 2019 – Class 10th and 12th

CBSE Exam 2019 Events

Important Dates (Tentative)

Class 10th

Examination begins

After 15th February 2019 (vocational)

 

1st week of March 2019 (core subjects)

Examination ends

1st week of April 2019

Class 12th

Examination begins

After 15th February 2019 (vocational)

 

1st week of March 2019 (core subjects)

Examination ends

1st week of April 2019

CBSE Grading System – Class 10th and 12th

The CBSE board follows a grading system for class 10th and 12th for which the board prepares separate rank lists for both the classes covering all the candidates who have passed the examination. Grades are then awarded to the candidates in the following manner:

Candidates’ Group

Grades Awarded

Top 1/8th of the candidates passed the examination

A-1

Next 1/8th of the candidates passed the examination

A-2

Next 1/8th of the candidates passed the examination

B-1

Next 1/8th of the candidates passed the examination

B-2

Next 1/8th of the candidates passed the examination

C-1

Next 1/8th of the candidates passed the examination

C-2

Next 1/8th of the candidates passed the examination

D-1

Next 1/8th of the candidates passed the examination

D-2

Failed candidates

E

The board has stated that minor variations in the proportion of candidates will be made to adjust ties. Details are mentioned below:

  • In case of a tie, candidates securing the same marks will get the same grade.
  • If the number of candidates who have passed a particular subject is more than 500, the grading method will be used.
  • If the number of candidates who have passed the subject is less than 500, grading will be applicable as per the pattern of grading and distribution used in other similar subjects.

Till the board releases the board exam date sheet, candidates are advised to streamline their exam preparation according to the time in hand.


About the Author: Himanshu Basant Bhatt

Himanshu Basant Bhatt

Himanshu Basant Bhatt is working as a writer for ExamsPlanner from last 18 months. Joining the project at its initial stage, she had contributed to the expansion of the project in many ways. Her research and understanding on the official information and presenting it in an easy-to-grab manner has helped in providing the authentic information on our web portal. Her skills of keeping a track on all the latest updates are well utilized for answering the queries of all the aspirants. With such an asset, we aim to help students with genuine information on various competitive exams.


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