Board Exams Date Sheet 2023, check list of board exams time table details

Board Exams Date Sheet 2023 or Board Exams Time Table 2023 will be released by the State Board on its official website. Students who are appearing the board exams can check the time table (Date sheet) details on its web portal.

State Board Exam Latest Updates (List of State Board Exam Info) are provided here for you. Students can also check list of board exams time table details. With Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) releasing the date sheet of class 10 and 12 exams, most state boards have announced their schedule on its web portals.

As per the latest news, the Andhra Pradesh government has decided to cancel its class 12 and class 10 or intermediate and SSC examinations. Andhra Pradesh Education Minister A. Suresh has announced the cancellation of Class 10 and intermediate examinations in the state.

As the CBSE cancelled its exams for class 10 and for class 12, Uttarakhand, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana and Rajasthan have also cancelled their state board exams for these classes due to an alarming surge in coronavirus cases. Other states information provided below.

The developments came as the central government announced the cancellation of class 10 exams and the postponement of class 12 exams conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, following a high-level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This is the first time that the CBSE has completely cancelled the board exams and it will affect over 21 lakh students across the country.

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), the other prominent national board besides the CBSE, said it will soon decide on conducting class 10 and 12 board exams.

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Board Exams Date Sheet 2023
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TS SSC Pre Final Exams Time Table 2023
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AP SSC Date Sheet 2023 (AP SSC Time Table 2023)
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Assam Board Exam Date Sheet 2023
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Bihar Board Exams
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Bihar Class 10 Admit Card 2023
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Bihar Class 12 Date Sheet 2023
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Chhattisgarh Board Exams
Chhattisgarh Class 10 Date Sheet 2023
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Chhattisgarh Class 12 Date Sheet 2023
Chhattisgarh 12th Class Admit Card 2023
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CGSOS Class 10 Time Table 2023
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Gujarat Board Exam Date Sheet 2023
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Goa Board Exam Date Sheet 2023
Himachal Pradesh Board Exams
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HP Class 10 Date Sheet 2023
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HP Class 12 Date Sheet 2023
HP 12th Class Result 2023
Haryana D.El.Ed Exam Date Sheet 2023
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Haryana 10th Class Result 2023
JK Board Exam Date Sheet 2023
JKBOSE Class 10th Result 2023
Jharkhand Board Exam Date Sheet 2023
Karnataka SSLC Exam Time Table 2023
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Kerala SSLC Exam Time Table 2023
Odisha Board Exams
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Manipur 10th Class Result 2023
Manipur 12th Class Result 2023
Madhya Pradesh Board Exams
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MP Class 12 Date Sheet 2023
MP Class 12 Admit Card 2023
Maharashtra Board Exams
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Maharashtra SSC Time Table 2023
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Maharashtra Class 12 Registration 2023
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Maharashtra HSC Admit Card 2023
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Meghalaya Board Exams
Meghalaya HSLC Date Sheet 2023 
Meghalaya 12th Result 2023
Meghalaya SSLC Date Sheet 2023
Meghalaya 10th Result 2023
Mizoram Board Exam Date Sheet 2023
Mizoram 10th Class Result 2023
Punjab Board Exams
Punjab Pre Board Exam Date sheet 2023
Punjab 12th Class Date Sheet 2023
Punjab 12th Class Result 2023
Punjab 10th Class Date Sheet 2023
Punjab 10th Class Result 2023
Punjab Class 8 Result 2023
Rajasthan Board Exams
Rajasthan Class 10 Date Sheet 2023
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Rajasthan 12th Class Result 2023
Rajasthan 12th Class Admit card 2023
Rajasthan 12th Class Result 2023
RSOS Result 2023
Tamilnadu Board Exams
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TN Class 10 Time Table 2023
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TN HSE Time Table 2023
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Tripura Board Exam Date Sheet 2023 *
Tripura 12th Class Result 2023
Tripura 10th Class Result 2023
Uttarakhand Board Exam Date Sheet 2023
Uttar Pradesh Board Exams
UP Class 10 Date Sheet 2023
UP 10th Class Admit Card 2023
UP 10th Class Result 2023
UP Class 12 Date Sheet 2023
UP 12th Class Admit Card 2023
UP 12th Class Result 2023
West Bengal Board Exam Date Sheet 2023
State Board Exam Info 2023

Which board should be read to lay a suitable foundation for writing the Civil Services Exam? Is it difficult to choose if you do not read it? Many such doubts come to students and parents. Let’s salvage these and raise proper awareness!.

Candidates who have won the Civil Services Examination say that their background is due to the principle of working hard in a particular direction. We see them struggling with full concentration on the exam a year or two before they even write the test.

Background means .. working towards this goal from school days onwards, making quick decisions in life. In the case of school children, all decisions regarding them are made by the parents. However, it is doubtful how many parents at the school level want their children to go into the civil service. There are also schools that encourage students in this regard. Schools follow different boards.

Most schools offer the student the opportunity to choose between two or three boards. There are national and state level boards on school education. These include the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Council of Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE – also known as ICSE), the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and others.

What kind of books should be read? Useful for National Open School material. You can read news magazines to find out about current affairs. By doing so one can try to bridge the gap.

CBSE: There are more board schools in our country. All these CBSE schools follow the NCERT certified textbooks. This board is suitable for syllabus, undergraduate entrance and competitive examinations. The curriculum focuses on mathematics and science subjects.

ICSE: This approach places a high priority on practicals and specific skills. As well as science, language, arts‌ subjects will be given equal priority. Students will have the opportunity to choose from a number of subjects. English and literature seem to be more important. Preference is given to teaching practically rather than theory. This curriculum is known to be complex.

NIOS: One of the largest open schooling systems in the world. It was introduced under the auspices of the Department of Human Resource Development. It was set up to increase literacy and to educate all sections of the society at convenient times.

This syllabus is similar to CBSE. Examinations are conducted twice a year. It is an alternative for those who are unable to attend regular schooling for various reasons. Interestingly, the study material provided by the Open School is very useful for the Civils examination.

State Board: Each state has its own state board. All administrative powers are vested in the respective states’ Ministries of Education. Curriculum, curriculum and paper format vary from state to state.

  • There are many boards available to choose from. Each has its own unique advantages and limitations.
  • If the candidate chooses CBSE it will serve as a foundation for entry into the Civil Services.
  • If the candidates choose other boards .. then join the Bridge‌ course in specific subjects.
  • Otherwise you can choose companies that offer modules in subjects like history and geography and attend these classes during the summer holidays.
  • If it is not possible to attend classes, read the National Open School Basic Material.
  • If you want to go a little deeper, you can study the study material of IGNOU and other Open Universities.
  • What are the subjects of Civil Services? Preparation for the examination should start two years in advance.

What students should note is that … it is appropriate to choose a good school that has the best teachers and is closest to the residence. There is no need for parents to explore schools beyond their financial level just under the name of Civils‌ Foundation. Above all, a student must have a good professional degree. This is not an obstacle to the goal of the Civils.

What is a better foundation?

Which board to choose depends on many factors. But let us know which board can lay a better foundation for success in the Civil Services exam. From a broader perspective .. The Civil Services Examination tests a candidate’s attitude towards serving the public.

Examines the candidate’s understanding and responses to social issues. This ‘Governmental Attitude’ is observed by the candidate not only during the written test but also during the interview. This is what General Knowledge deals with.

Civils examines knowledge of Indian history, culture, Indian politics, Indian geography, social and economic development of India, environment and ecology and international relations at the macro level. If the candidate chooses the optional subject according to his wishes .. he will be tested to see if he has in-depth knowledge in it. This civils‌ examination system is specially designed to test the subtle, macro knowledge of the candidate. The student tests the ability to detect new changes in a subject.

Considering all these things .. the benefits of CBSE board may be somewhat higher than other boards. This includes the opportunity to acquire the knowledge required for the Civil Services Exam. The CBSE syllabus contains all the questions from the subjects appearing in the Civils question paper.

However, there is nothing to worry about if the students choose any other board. If you do not choose the board that will help you lay the foundation like CBSE, you can join the bridge course. They are also available through Home Tuitions. They provide a basic knowledge of Communicative English and Humanities subjects.

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