The registration process for the CBSE Board Exams of Class 9 and 11 has already begun. The registration process is followed by the submission of the list of the candidates of the different schools as well as the LOC and the filling of the examination forms formulated by the CBSE Board. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is taking up the registration process for the CBSE Board Class 10 & 12 Exams 2019. For all the necessary details, the official website that is www.cbse.nic.in should be visited.
Also, owing to the previous cases where the exam papers were leaked and some of them were even re-conducted, the Central Board of Secondary Education is now taking steps before-hand to have a tight security to avoid paper leakage.
CBSE Tightens Security To Avoid Discrepancies
The case of the CBSE Paper Leak was high on the headlines when it came out that Class 10 Maths Board Exam 2018 as well as the Class 12 Economics Board Exam 2018 were leaked. The case was considered to be a massive infamous paper leak of the 2018 CBSE Board Exams and therefore, for the 2019 CBSE Board Exams, the Board is known to have taken precautions in order to avoid the discrepancies in the exams.
The 2018 CBSE Board Exam of Mathematics subject for Class 10 was to be conducted again which was followed by a cancellation as well which further witnessed a widespread protest along with an internal investigation as well as an audit. Hence, Central Board of Secondary Education is known to conduct a proper and a thorough check on all the things but the pressure of the same is being felt by the teachers.
CBSE Board Exams 2019 To Begin From February 2019
As per the order which has been passed by the Delhi High Court, a notification has already been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) which confirms the month in which the CBSE Board Exams 2019 will begin for the students. The CBSE Board Exams 2019 are going to begin from February 2019.
Apart from the month of the exams, the Central Board of Secondary Education has also formulated a list of the vocational subjects that are total 48 in number. Out of these 48, 24 belong to Class 10 and the rest 24 belong to Class 12, the exams for which will be conducted in the second half of the month of February 2019. Whereas, the full-fledged list will only be circulated once the examination process which is being undertaken is complete.