CBSE Board Class 10,12 Exam Dates Announced, Board Exams 2020-21

The long awaited, CBSE Board Exam dates have been announced by the Education Minister, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal. Pokhriyal went live on Twitter announcing the board dates on 31 December 2021. So, here we are with CBSE Board Exams 2020-21 Dates, as your new year gift.

Earlier it was announced that the exams will not be conducted till the end of February, read more of it here – Click Here to Read.

But now, finally we have the dates.

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What about the Date Sheet?

The date sheet will be soon uploaded here, as soon as it is provided by CBSE. You can directly download the Date Sheet and Start your preparation accordingly.

What about Pre-Boards?

As of now, there is no clear update on when will pre-boards be held.

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So, Finally, when are my exams?

The Board Written exams will be conducted in offline mode from 4 May, 2021. Practical Exams will commence from 1 March. This is surely a relief for all of us who couldn’t complete our syllabus on time. The exams will continue till 10 June.

What about the result then?

The results will be announced somewhere around July 15.

New dates, so new strategies?

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