The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) term 2 admit cards for class 10 and class 12 private candidates have been released today, 15th April on CBSE official portal, cbse.gov.in. By visiting the CBSE official portal and providing the details of application number, roll number and other details private candidates can download CBSE Class 10 term 2 hall ticket.
CBSE Term II Admit Card 2022 for Private Candidates Released At Cbse.gov.in
CBSE board recently released the term 2 exams hall tickets for class 10 and class 12 regular students. The hall tickets are presently accessible to download on the e-Pareeksha portal and CBSE official portal. Now, the CBSE board released the exam call letters for private students. The CBSE Term II admit cards for class 10 and class 12th private students have been released on CBSE official website, cbse.gov.in.
CBSE Term II exam dates 2022
CBSE Term 2 board exams will be held in offline mode from April 26 to May 24 for Class 10 and April 26 to June 15 for Class 12.
CBSE Term II examinations 2022: Exam Pattern
CBSE Term II examinations will be held for 50 % of the reduced syllabus as mentioned by the board. The term 2 papers will contain subjective and objective type questions. Case-based, situation-based, open-ended, short and long answer types of questions will be given in the question papers. For each subject, the duration of the exam is 2 hours.
CBSE 10th 12th Term 2 Admit Cards 2022 for private students: Downloading Process
- Visit the CBSE official website- cbse.gov.in.
- On the homepage, click on the e-PAREEKSHA tab and then click on the link that reads, ‘Admit Card/Centre Material for Examination 2021-2022’ option.
- Enter your User Id, Password and Security Pin to login.
- The CBSE Term 2 admit card will be displayed on the screen.
- Download it; and take a print out for future references.
CBSE Term 2 examination guidelines
- Students must wear the masks and make sure to maintain the social distancing due to COVID surge.
- Students must carry the exam call letters to the examination.
- CBSE banned some items. The banned items in the exam centre include electronic devices, mobile phones, headphones, and any other electronic gadgets.
- Students must report 30 minutes before the examination time. Lately entered candidates will not be allowed to write the examination.