CBSE has released a circular, to announce the dates for CBSE Class 10 and 12 Practical Exam 2018. As per the circular the practical exams are scheduled to be held from January 16, 2018. The schools have been instructed to upload the practical marks on the website by February 25, 2018.
The circular also mentions the instructions to conduct practicals as well as submit the internal grades for students in class 10th to the board.
CBSE board’s evaluation system for class 10 and 12 comprises of internal or practical exam and external or theory exam. For theory subjects candidates have to obtain 33% marks in order to qualify; however for those subjects which have theory and practical examinations, candidates have to obtain 33% marks jointly.
So, students should give an equal importance to the practical exams as well as the theory eaxsm. They must prepare for the practical exams carefully so that they can earn those additional marks to enhance their overall percentage.
To start with their practical exam preparation, students must know the latest syllabus so that they can prepare every important topic to perform well in their CBSE Practical Exam 2018.
Jagranjosh brings here the revised syllabus for the CBSE Class 10 and 12 Practical Exams along with some important preparation tips to perform well in the exam.
Syllabus for all practical exams of CBSE class 10 and class 12, is given below:
Some important preparation tips for CBSE class 10 and 12 prcatical exams 2018, are given below:
Check some more preparation tips in detail from the following link:
The date sheet for CBSE Board Examinations 2018 is expected to be released by the end of December or in January 2018. Keep preparing with best efforts for best remarks in CBSE Board Exams 2018.
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