All about the CBSE Practical Date sheet 2023 for both classes 10th and 12th. With less than 3 months remaining for the board exams now, the anticipation among the students for the datesheet is ever so increasing. The practical exams include exams for not only subjects like Physics and Chemistry but all subjects like Accounts, Maths, History, English, and many more. The practical examinations are conducted by the Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) and are taken by an external examiner appointed by the CBSE itself.
- CBSE Practical examinations are over.
- Now Board has released the written exams date sheet for bot class 10th and 10th Check Date Sheet 2023
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CBSE Practical Exam 2023: Highlights
|Name of The Exam||CBSE Practical Exam 2023|
|Conducting Body||Central Board of Secondary Education|
|Class||Class 10 and 12|
|Exam Type||Practical Project/ Internal Assessments|
|CBSE Practical Exam 2023 date||From 1 January 2023|
Are the practical exams important?
While you may already be aware of it by now, there are a few students who remain oblivious to the fact that the practical examinations are very crucial for the board exams and hold 20 marks in the final result( if the theory paper is 80 marks). Thus, the practical examination is very important for the final results of a student.
CBSE Practical Date sheet 2023
Have not checked it yet? Relax, we have got you. The CBSE practical exams for the board classes commence on January 1, 2023. As per the official notice by the Central Board Of Secondary Education, the practical examinations will include the practical exam, internal assessment, and projects, While the dates are to be followed by all the CBSE schools, they vary a little for winter-bound schools. Since they remain closed in the month of January, the practical examinations for such schools shall commence on November 15, 2022, and will end by December 12, 2022.
In case you wish to check the CBSE Practical Date sheet 2023, you can also visit the official website of the CBSE, cbseacademic.nic.in
What should you keep in mind for your Practical Exams?
- As per the official notice of the Central Board of Secondary Education, no extension of the dates will be given to the schools or students.
- The test must be conducted in slots or sessions if there are 20 students or more.
- No unethical activities or cheating shall be accepted or tolerated by the board. In case any student is caught involved in any such activity, their relevant information along with the relevant proofs and documents shall be submitted to the board by the teacher.
Hence, students are strictly advised to not indulge themselves in any such acts.
- For the teachers, the grades and scores must be submitted simultaneously as the exams are conducted. No extension for the deadline will be granted to the teachers.
- According to the notice, each student will be given two sessions to complete their art assessment.
How to Prepare for the Practical Exams 2023
We know how stressful these exams are, especially when they are taken by an unfamiliar face. We are acquainted with the pressure students face today and so here are the tips to score well.
- Know the syllabus. Yes, check the syllabus again. It is important to know the topics that are important and the weightage they hold. You can download the syllabus of your respective subject from the links below. CBSE Syllabus 2023
- After preparing from the recommended books, especially NCERT, make sure that you check the most commonly asked viva questions of each topic. Trust us, Internet is the best tool for you right now.
- Take advice from your teachers on how the question can be framed for the written exams or how they can be asked in the VIVA
- In case you have an English verbal practical exam, ASL, try to practice speaking on random but relevant topics as much as possible. You can also search for the topics online.
NOTE: The subject-wise dates for the practical examination are yet to be released by the board.
CBSE Practical Date sheet 2023 FAQ
The Board shall not extend the deadline for either the conduct of the exam or the submission of marks. So, if any of the students are absent, they will be marked zero.
Yes, it is necessary to pass both practical and theory exams. Marks from both the exams are considered while making the final result.
The exams begin on Januar 1st for both the classes 10th and 12th, however, for the winter-bound schools, they will begin on November 15 and will last till December 14