Marking Scheme for CBSE

Marking scheme for CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education shortly known as CBSE is a Board of Education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India. Over 18,000 schools across India are affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education. The board conducts the final exams for 10th and 12th standard every year mostly in the month of March. The CBSE results are announced by the end of May.

The CBSE marking scheme is decided by the board itself and is followed by all the CBSE affiliated schools. The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the marking scheme for both 10th and 12th standard in the official website of CBSE. The board is expected to release the CBSE exam dates in the first week of January 2018. There is no official confirmation of the release of CBSE date sheet but according to reports, the tentative date for the release of CBSE date sheet is 10th January 2018.

The subjects for which the marking scheme has been notified for 10th standard include Science, Mathematics, Social Science, English (Language and Literature) and English (Communications). The subjects for which the marking scheme has been notified for the 12th standard include Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, English, and Hindi.

Students can get the complete CBSE marking scheme 2018 for Class 10 and Class 12 from the links mentioned below.

Steps to check the class 10 & 12 marking scheme 2018

Step 1: Visit the official website of CBSE.

Step 2: Click the ‘Examination’ tab.

Step 3: The CBSE marking scheme 2018 for class 10 and 12 will be displayed.

Step 4: Download the marking scheme and take a printout.

Around 10,98,891 candidates appear for CBSE class 12 exam out of which 4,60,026 are girls and 6,38,865 are boys. An increase of 2.82% was seen in the registration of 2017 CBSE exam, compared to the previous year.

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