CBSE Affiliation Must for Schools

Schools without CBSE affiliation would soon be disqualified

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) informed that the schools where regular classes are being held without CBSE affiliation would be disqualified for a period of two years.

The CBSE secretary in the official CBSE notice states that no schools are not permitted to run classes 6, 9 and 11 without obtaining formal permission of the CBSE for affiliation. This notice by CBSE is intended for schools that have applications pending for middle class syllabus(classes 6 to 8) or provisional affiliation up to secondary level(classes 9 and 10) and for upgradation to senior secondary level(classes 11 and 12) for the academic year 2015-16.

It is clearly mentioned in the CBSE notice that any school violating these conditions would be disqualified for a period of two years.

It is already a known fact to CBSE that many schools are functioning without proper CBSE affiliation. In these schools, CBSE syllabus is being taught to students without any official affiliation from the CBSE Board.

Currently, schools who fail to get CBSE affiliation in class 8 do not get permission to conduct classes. As it is diffficult for getting no-objection certificate(NOC) from the state government, many of the schools still continue teaching for classes 9 and 10. According to CBSE guidelines, all schools have to apply for approval to middle class 6, but they are allowed to conduct classes without affiliation till class 8. So the schools often directly apply for provisional affiliation after class 8. The schools who simply submit the application for affiliation doesn't mean that they are given any rights for affiliation.

Meanwhile, CBSE will publish the CBSE 2016 Results Class 12th and CBSE 2016 Results Class 10th for all the regions.

How To Prepare For CBSE Board Exam

How to Prepare for CBSE Board Exam in little time?

How To Prepare For CBSE Board Exams for Class 10th and Class 12th 2016?

As the countdown to CBSE Board exams has started, its time for students to prepare wholeheartedly and in the little time. Its common when students who are preparing for cbse board exams study hard as well keep on forgeting a lot. So, students need not worry as we provide here some of the finest rules and tips so that you are able to crack the toughest of the cbse exams effectively and quickly.

1. Make a plan of study ready. Make this plan easy and stay away from making it complicated.

  • On a sheet of paper, list down all major topics and sub-topics of a particular subject like the way table of contents is written at the begining of a book. Simply keep ticking off whatever gets completed in the CBSE Board exams 2016.
  • Mark one tick for those topics that you think you have studied reasonably well. 
  • Mark two ticks for the parts you think practiced quite well and are quite confident. 
  • Mark three ticks for those parts of the subject where you have studied very well as an expert as well as performed another revision.
  • So, you might have guessed it correct that your target is to simply have as many three-ticks as possible before the cbse board exams begin.

2. You must decide target topics to be covered for the day in the begining of the day as there is no need to shell out more than 5 minutes for this.

3. Take a short target topic for next 25 minutes, one specific topic. Don't think beyond 25 minutes at a time.

If you wish to gain maximum from the above 3 rules, you need to follow the daily routine which is recommended by experts:

  • The students preparing for the cbse board exams for class 12 and class 10, must take a small break every 40 minutes. Do some light stretching during the breaks.
  • Now, this is must to be followed. Students must maintain a regular sleep pattern. Before going to sleep, leave study for at least 30 minutes. During the 30 minutes, wash your limbs and face, settle down, close your eyes and relax your mind, and allow yourself into a wonderful sleep.
  • Avoid caffeine as you can. This often make you sleep more with sometimes disturbed sleep, reduce the grasping capacity of brain, and you will feel tired when you wake up next day. It is recommended to have lemon water or green tea instead of tea or coffee.
  • Avoid TV, films, chatting, long phone calls, social media unless absolutely necessary. This will result in making your brain tired. Speak less and do more.
  • Play music, or sing, or simply meditate during the short intervals.
If you follow these rules by heart, it will help you crack CBSE Board exam 2016 successfully.

CBSE Board Exam Tips And Tricks

CBSE Board Exams: Top 10 Tips to keep in mind on the day of the CBSE board exam

Cbse Board Exam Tips And Tricks, Cbse Board Exam Preparation Tips

Students preparing for the CBSE board exams for Class 10 as well as CBSE board exams for Class 12 are advised to follow this to-do list on the day of exam that will not only help to maintain calm but also perform with much concentration and better performance.

Cbse Board Exam Tips And Tricks Before the exam starts:

Tip 1: Students are advised foremost to wake up on time. You must take enough sleep so that you you feel refreshed for the whole day so please do not study late on the night before the exam.

Tip 2: Stay calm, maintain a positive attitude. Do not think negative about the exam. Try some stress buster for yourself - go for a brisk walk or simply take gaps between the study.

Tip 3: Revision is a must, it is necessary to take a quickly revise the notes of all the topics of the particular subject.

Tip 4: Have a proper breakfast. It is just not good to go for the exam on an empty stomach.

Tip 5: Now, this is for everybody. You must reach the exam venue with sufficient time in hand. Don't forget to carry stationery, admit card/ hall ticket for the CBSE board examination.

Cbse Board Exam Preparation Tips During the exam:

Tip 6: Read the instructions carefully before starting the examination.

Tip 7: This is must for any and every examination you give throughout your life. Do not waste time over a question if you got stuck over it. Simply leave that particular question and move ahead to the next question. At last of time in the exam, try to attempt the left questions.

Tip 8: Wisely select the appropriate question to be solved to avoid wasting time later on in the first 15 minutes that is allotted as reading time.

Tip 9: Write neatly with proper margins (presentation is also that counts).

Tip 10: Try leaving at least 15 minutes for revision of answers.

CBSE Sample Papers

CBSE Sample Papers

The following are CBSE Sample Question Papers for Class 10th and Class 12th Board Exams. The CBSE Sample papers are available for Hindi, English, Maths, Science, Social Science, Sanskrit, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, History, Geography, Economics etc.
Session 2012-2013
Class X (Summative Assessment-II)
Class XII


Session 2011-2012
Classes IX and X  (S.A.-II)
Class XII


PSA Sample Papers 

Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) for classes IX and XI and sample OMR sheet is given below:

CBSE Syllabus 2016

CBSE Syllabus 2016

Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) has issued the Syllabus for Class 10th Board and Class 12th Board Examination 2016. The Class X Board exams will start from 1st March 2016 and will continue uptill 28th March 2016 whereas the Class 12th Board examinations will start from 1st March and will continue uptill 22nd April 2016. The examination starts at 10.30 AM sharp. Keep checking our website for information like the Syllabus, Subject Codes, study materials and previous year papers along with sample papers.

Curriculum/Syllabus - Secondary School Examination
 









Curriculum/Syllabus - Senior School Certificate Examination
 

























Revised Curriculum for Stenography and Computer Application w.e.f. 2009-10    Class-XI  |  Class-XII




CBSE Subject Codes

CBSE Subject Codes

 
1
ENGLISH ELECTIVE
121
RUSSIAN
2
HINDI ELECTIVE
122
SANSKRIT ELECTIVE
3
URDU ELECTIVE
123
PERSIAN
101
Functional English/ English Communicative
124
NEPALI
104
PUNJABI
125
LIMBOO
105
BENGALI
126
LEPCHA
106
TAMIL
27
HISTORY
107
TELUGU
28
POLITICAL SCIENCE
108
SINDHI
30
ECONOMICS
109
MARATHI
39
SOCIOLOGY
110
GUJRATI
40
PHILOSOPHY
111
MANIPURI
41
MATHEMATICS
112
MALAYALAM
54
BUSINESS STUDIES
113
ORIYA
195
BHUTIA
114
ASSAMESE
196
SPANISH
115
KANNADA
197
KASHMIRI
116
ARABIC
198
MIZO
117
TIBETAN
301
ENGLISH CORE
118
FRENCH
302
HINDI CORE
119
PORTUGUESE
303
URDU CORE
120
GERMAN
322
SANSKRIT CORE






Other Subjects:






42
PHYSICS
43
CHEMISTRY 
44
BIOLOGY
45
BIO-TECHNOLOGY
46
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
64
HOME SCIENCE
83
COMPUTER SCIENCE
65
INFORMATION PRACTICES
67
MULTIMEDIA & WEB TECHNOLOGY
72
Mass Media Studies
71
Graphic Design
70
Heritage Craft
056 to 62
Dance
66
Entrepreneurship
031 to 03
MUSIC
55
ACCOUNTANCY
049 to 052
FINE ARTS
54
BUSINESS STUDIES
53
Fashion Studies
30
ECONOMICS
48
Physical Education
68
AGRICULTURE
69
Creative Writing & Translation Studies
2
 Hindi Course A
40
Philosophy
85
 Hindi Course B
39
Sociology
184
English(Language and Literature)
37
Psychology
86
 Science
29
Geography
87
 Social Sciences
28
Political Science


44
BIOLOGY
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