CBSE Class 12 exams 2020: Important notice for private candidates
CBSE Board Class 12 Exam Date Sheet 2020: This year, the Class 10 and 12 examinations will commence from February 15, 2020. The candidates need to secure a minimum 33 per cent marks to pass the examination
CBSE Board Class 12 Exam 2020: The question papers of Mass Media Studies, Library and Information Science, Typography and CA English, Shorthand English, Typography and CA Hindi, Web Application will be as per the CBSE pattern as given for 2019 examination for the private candidates. Through a notice, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has clarified regarding subjects offered for the private candidates appearing for the class 12 examination.
The question papers in the subjects of Fashion Studies, Agriculture, Office Procedures and Practices, Geospatial Technology, Taxation, Marketing, Salesmanship, Banking, Insurance will be as per pattern as given in the curriculum and sample question paper for examination for the candidates appearing under the category private candidate, read the official notification.
The class 10 and 12 examinations will commence from February 15, 2020.
CBSE class 12 date sheet
February 15 – Media, agriculture, retail, automotive, introduction to financial markets, intro to tourism, food production, health care, multi-skill foundation course, security, beauty and wellness, front office operations, banking and insurance, apparel
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February 17 – Home Science, National Cadet Corps, e-publishing and e-office
February 20 – Information and technology, marketing sales
February 22 – Kannada, Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Gurung
February 24 – Urdu, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Sindhi, Marathi, Gujarati, Odia, Assamese, Tibetan, Russian, Persian, Nepali, Bodo, Spanish, Mizo, Tamang, Sherpa, Thai, Urdu Course B, Manipuri, Malayalam, Limboo, Kashmiri
February 26 – English communication, English literature
February 28 – Elementary block K
February 29 – Hindi course A and B
March 2 – Carnatic Music, Hindustani music
March 4 – Science theory, Science practical
March 6 – Elements of business
March 7 – Sanksrit
March 12 – Mathematics – standard and basic
March 14 – Painting
March 18 – Social Science
March 20 – Computer applications, information and communication technology.
The examinations will from 10 am and 15 minutes will give given to each candidate to read the question paper. To pass the exams, candidates need to clear both theory and practical exams separately. For CBSE, candidates need to secure 33 per cent marks to pass.
Some members of the state Legislative Council claimed that government make announcement that Marathi must be taught in CBSE and ICSE schools.
The government should make an announcement that Marathi must be taught in CBSE and ICSE schools in Maharashtra, it was demanded in the state Legislative Council on Wednesday. Member of Legislative Council (MLC) Vilas Potnis raised the issue through a calling attention motion.
The decision to make Marathi a compulsory subject from standard 1st to 10th in CBSE and ICSE schools should be implemented strictly, he said. He was supported by Leader of Opposition Pravin Darekar, MLC Kapil Patil and several others including Shiv Sena leader Ramdas Kadam. Education Minister Balasaheb Thorat said the government will find out how other states incorporate the regional language in the curriculum of central board schools. The previous government had formed a committee on the issue, and the government will go by what this committee recommends, he said.
The quality of Marathi-medium primary schools has also improved, the minister claimed. However, legislators were not satisfied, and demanded that government make announcement that Marathi must be taught in CBSE and ICSE schools. There were noisy scenes, which led to adjournment for 15 minutes.
After the house reassembled, council chairman Ramraje Nimbalkar suggested the minister convene a meeting of MLCs who had raised the issue in his chamber. Considering the legislators’ strong feelings on the issue, Thorat should discuss the issue with the Chief Minister, the chairman added.
Thorat said he agreed to the suggestion. Vinayak Mete raised the issue of fellowships to Maratha-Kunbi students. Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Research Training and Human Development Institute was set up in Pune to give training and fellowship to students from Maratha and Kunbi communities, he said.
However, fellowship and scholarship allowances of thousands of students have been stopped due to ongoing enquiry into some irregularities, Mete alleged. Social Justice Minister Nitin Raut assured that the fellowships and scholarships will not be stopped.
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