CBSE Notifies Changes in Class 10 Board Exams For 2019 | Makes it Easier for Students

CBSE Board Exam 2019: Central Board of Secondary Education has been planning to make it easy for Class 19 students to pass the Board exam from 2019 onwards. CBSE will soon make the announcement regarding few changes to make Board exam easier for students for the year 2019. Recently the Board has announced that the exams will start in the month of February 2019 only instead of March.

CBSE has been deciding few major changes to bring on in for the benefits of the students for the year 2019. Recently CBSE announced changes in Class 12 English and Maths subject exam pattern to be followed from 2019. Check out more fresh changes to be announced by CBSE for Class 10 Board Exam 2019 below.

CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2019: To be Easier for Students to Pass

Central Board of Secondary Education is planning out to make Class 10 Board exam easier for the students to pass. According to reports, CBSE will now exempt students for scoring 33% separately in theory and practical for passing for the year 2019. This means, now students of Class 10 CBSE Board have to score a combined 33% marks in theory as well as the practical exam for the year 2019.

Although as of now planning has been going on regarding the same in between the CBSE officials. Soon the decision will be out whether lakhs of the student will get relief or not in passing the CBSE Class 10 Board exam 2019. Some more changes are also awaited by the Board regarding the Class 10 Exam 2019.

Know more changes in CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2019

Firstly, the Central Board of Secondary Education announced Board Exam 2019 will start in the month of February instead of March. In 2019, CBSE will hold Class 10 and 12 Board exams 2019 a month prior. Also, the Board has mentioned changes in the pattern of exam for Class 12 English and Maths subjects. Whereas in 2018 as well CBSE announced to make combined 33% as pass marks but it was for that year only. Now HR Minister has been planning to make compulsory for 2019 as well.

Whereas for more fresh changes in Board exam 2019 (Class 10 and 12), students are requested to keep a regular tap on the official website of CBSE i.e


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