The revised syllabus and exam pattern for the 2021-22 academic year have been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
There are two terms in the CBSE board exam. The first term exam will be held between November and December 2021, and the second term exam will be held between March and April 2022.
After both the Term 1 and Term 2 examinations are completed, CBSE will calculate the final board result.
Guidlines issued by CBSE
- The CBSE Term 1 examination will be held between November and December 2021, with a flexible schedule of 4-8 weeks in length.
- The CBSE will prepare and distribute the Term 1 question paper to the schools, which will include Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) on assertion reasoning-related topics.
- The CBSE Term 1 examination will last 90 minutes, or approximately one and a half hours.
- The CBSE 2021 syllabus will be covered in half by the Term 1 exam.
- The CBSE Term 1 exam results will be included in the CBSE final board results for the 2021-22 academic year.
- The OMR sheet will be used for the Term 1 examination.
- Schools will be required to upload on the CBSE IT platform all of the marks earned by students in the internal evaluation.