Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) to start it’s 2019 intermediate exam from February 15, 2019 (Today). Strict measures have been taken by CBSE this year, to prevent the exam from malpractices. The board has instructed private students to attend the examination in light clothes, while regular students to come in school uniform.
Rama Sharma, CBSE Spokesperson said, “Private students have to wear light clothes in the examination and regular students have to wear their school uniforms. This strict measure has been taken to prevent the exam from malpractices and cheating as centre has reported to the board earlier carrying cheats inside the examination hall”.
Rama Sharma also added, “all the instructions are mentioned behind the admit card of students”.
CBSE has introduced many strict measures like geo-tagged, time-based tracking and monitoring of confidential material and live web-streaming from examination centres. Through a circular, CBSE has alerted students and parents that old question papers are not entertained in the examination hall. Students can download exam centre app locator to reach at the centre on time.
31 lakh students are appearing for the examination. Around 12.5 lakh students are going to sit for class 12th examination and 18.5 lakh will sit for 10th board examination. 10th board exam to start from February 21, 2019.
The candidates appearing for board exam, CBSE has issued some important instructions:
- Candidates need to be at the centre before 10 am on exam days.
- Students appearing for the exam have to wear their school uniform for security purpose. Whereas, private students have to wear light clothes. No casuals will be entertained for regular students.
- Parents/guardians of the students are not allowed to be inside the exam premises.
- Students have to bring their admit card with themselves. Without admit card no student will be allowed to sit in the examination hall.
- Only 24 students will sit in one examination hall. No student will leave their seat without permission.
- There will be 33% more internal choices. Creative answers will be given special consideration, CBSE said.