CBSE Date Sheet 2023 LIVE Updates: Board exams 2023 to commence from February 15th


CBSE Date sheet 2023 is out | Board exams 

2023 to commence from February 15th

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The detailed board sheet is now available at the official CBSE website —

The board will conduct Class 10 and 12 exams from February 15.

CBSE Board Exam 2023 Datesheet LIVE Updates, Download CBSE 2023 Time-Table Live at The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today released the date sheet for the 2023 board exams. The detailed board sheet is now available at the official CBSE website —

According to the official notification, the CBSE board exams 2023 for class 10 will commence from February 15, 2023 and conclude on March 21, 2023. Similarly, class 12 board exams will take place between February 15, 2023 and April 5, 2023. Exams will begin at 10:30 am. Most exams will be of three hours duration and conclude at 1:30 pm, while some will be of two hours duration and conclude at 12:30 pm.

Unlike 2022 when exams were held in two parts, CBSE will now hold single board exams. It was earlier announced that the board exams for the ongoing academic season (2022-23) will be conducted in February 2023. Also, the exams will now be conducted on 100 per cent syllabus, like it was done in pre-pandemic years.

“In light of the lessening impact of the Covid pandemic across the globe the Board has decided to conduct 2023 examinations from the 15th of February, 2023,” reads the Board’s press release of July 22.

In the last session, CBSE results for class 10 and 12 were announced in July where class 12 recorded an overall passing percentage of 92.71 per cent, and  94.40 per cent of students managed to pass the class 10 exam. 

With CBSE Class 10 and 12 date sheets expected in the next 1-2 weeks at best, tension is soaring amongst students as it usually becomes a barometer to get serious about final preparation for boards.

The Central Board of Education is likely to disclose the Class 10 and Class 12 exam timetables anytime. According to the official announcement made, the Board has planned to conduct CBSE Class 10 and 12 board exams from 15 February, 2023. The official website will host Class 10 and 12 date sheets when announced.

The practical board exams will begin on January 2, except for winter-bound areas where these exams are already going on. Students need to follow the date sheet for the upcoming examination carefully. It will help them stay prepared and have a study plan to achieve optimum results.

What exactly do you need for to win Board Exams 2023?

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Sample Paper 2023 are creating hype all over the bookshops and in the online market as well. It contains previous years' papers and several sample papers that you must practice for your Board Exams.

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CBSE Sample papers make you aware about the pattern coming in your Board Exams. CBSE Previous years’ Board Papers give you the idea of the questions repeated by CBSE. Also it helps you to practice those questions that CBSE asks in the Board Exams.

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Sample papers given by Shiv Das Educational Publishers are based on the pattern and syllabus on which the questions will be asked in the Board Exams 2023. Therefore, solving sample papers will help the students stay updated with the latest guidelines and exam pattern.

Also, apart from everything, many students need clarification about the length of the answers. Hence, regular practice CBSE Past Years Solved Board Papers will give them an idea of the length of answers they are expected to write in board exams.

NCERT has removed many topics and chapters this year. So students are worried if they have bought an outdated book for their exams prep. For those who want to practice questions from recent past years, Shivdas books with solved papers and the latest CBSE Curriculum based on NCERT rationalized syllabus can be the best option to buy at this time.