Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations has released CISCE Date Sheet 2022 for Class 10 ICSE exams and Class 12 ISC Exams. ICSE Date Sheet 2021 and ISC Date Sheet 2021 is available on the official website of CISCE on cisce.org. Students who will be appearing for the ICSE examination can check details and download the Class 10, 12 examination timetable form web portal.
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, CICSE will conduct board exams for classes 10 and Class 12 from May 4 and April 8 respectively. The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), which is class 10 exam, will be conducted from May 4 to June 7. The Indian School Certificate Examination (ISC), which is class 12 exam, will be conducted from April 8 to June 18.
All the students who are going to appear for CISCE class 10 and 12 board exams should keep a check on the official website cisce.org. Every time, ICSE, ISC Board Exam is conducted in February/ March. However, this year the CISCE board exams may get delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Students would be able to download the ICSE, ISC Board Exam 2021 Date sheet and notification once released on the official website.
The Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will conduct the class 10 or ICSE board exams 2022 into two semesters. The first will begin on November 29 while the second one will be held in March/April next year. The first semester will be in the form of multiple-choice questions (MCQs). The board has released the new format of the exam
|Date Sheet||CICSE Date Sheet 2022|
|Title||CICSE Time Table 2021|
|Subject||CICSE has released ICSE Time Table 2021 and ISC Time Table 2021|
|ICSE Exam Dates||04-05-2021 to 07-06-2021|
|ISC Exam Dates||08-04-2021 to 18-06-2021|
As per the instructions provided by CISCE, the candidates will have to collect their admit cards ahead of the examinations from the heads of their respective schools. Candidates must be seated at the exam hall five minutes before the exam begins. Once, they received the question paper–cum–answer booklets, they will be given 10 minutes time to go through the question paper. This will be in addition to the exam writing duration.
On the top sheet of the question paper–cum–answer booklets, candidates will have to put their signatures in the space provided for the purpose. Then they will have to write their Unique ID (Unique Identification Number) and Index Number on the top of the sheet in the space provided. All entries must be made with a black or blue ink pen only.
Candidates will also be provided with extra sheets along with the question paper–cum–answer booklets for doing rough work for those subjects where calculations, diagrams, etc., are required such as mathematics, physics, accounts, etc.
After the exam is over, candidates will have to hand over the paper to the invigilator. The candidates who appear for the examination will be issued a computer-generated mark sheet. The date of the result declaration will be notified by CISCE in due course of time. The mark sheet will only indicate the marks obtained by the candidates in each subject of the semester 1 exam. “The overall result i.e. – Pass Certificate Awarded/ Pass Certificate Not Awarded/ Eligible for Compartment Examination will only be declared after completion of the Semester 2 Examination,” the council wrote in its official notice.
In addition to the time indicated on the timetable for writing the paper, 15 minutes time is given for reading the question paper. The date and time for Practical Examinations of the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Indian Music (Hindustani), Fashion Designing, Physical Education, Computer Science (Examination Session), and Home Science (Examination Session), will be provided by the School concerned. For more related details candidates can visit the official site of CISCE.
To pass the ICSE exam, students need to score 33 marks while to clear the ISC exam, students need to have at least 40 per cent marks in each subject as well as aggregate. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations will allow the ICSE and ISC candidates to be seated in the examination room five minutes before the time fixed for the start of the examination in the subject.