The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has also changed dates of 4 exams of ongoing Class 12 board examination, since the dates were clashing with Lok Sabha poll dates. The change in 2014 board exam dates of Senior School Certificate (Class XII) Examination have been notified via an official statement issued by
CBSE mentioning about the postpone of the respective subject examinations.
Over 10 lakh students have been appearing for the Class 12 CBSE board examination 2014 that has been started from 01 March.
The postponed examination details for 4 different subjects are as follows:
1. Original date: 9 April 2014
Rescheduled Date: 25 April 2014
Subject: Exams for Urdu Elective, Music Carnatic Vocal, Music Carnatic Instrument Melodic, Music Carnatic Instrument Percussion, Music Hindustani Vocal, Music Hindustani Instrument Melodic, Music Hindustani Instrument Perucssion and Urdu Core.
2. Original date: 10 April 2014
Rescheduled Date: 21 April 2014
Subject: Sociology, Graphic Designs, DTP Cad and Multimedia and Business Processes Outsourcing Skills exam.
3. Original date: 12 April 2014
Rescheduled Date: 19 April 2014
Subject: Exams of Philosophy, Entrepreneurship, Office Procedure and Practices, Cash Management & Housekeeping, Communication & Health Nursing II, Library Administration & Management, Computer & Life Insurance Administration, Basic Concept of Health & Diseases & Medical Terminology, Midwifery, Food Services-II, Geospatial Technology, and Post Harvest Technology & Preservation exams..
4. Original date: 17 April 2014
Rescheduled Date: 22 April 2014
Subject: Exams for Agriculture, Creative Writing & Translation Studies, Painting, Graphics, Sculpture, and Applied Art/Commercial Art. The CBSE Class 12 exams 2014 began from 01 March 2014.
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