CBSE 10th and 12th board exams started from today, see here important guidelines for students

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Term 2 examinations will begin today i.e. April 26. Today is the exam for class 10 petting and class 12 entrepreneurship exams. The board has made full preparations for the exam. CBSE class 10 English exam is scheduled to be held tomorrow. Before the start of the exam, the students should carefully read all the guidelines issued by the board. Take special care of what is allowed to be taken to the examination hall and what is not. The exam has already started at 10:30 am today and the entry to the examination hall will be closed at 10:00 am. This time, the CBSE board had organized a webinar for the 10th and 12th term 2 exams.

Guidelines for the exam:-

-Apart from the admit card, any other paper/sheets are not allowed to be taken to the exam room.
- Smartwatches, mobile phones, Bluetooth speakers etc. are not allowed to be carried in the examination hall.
Students are advised to wear their school uniforms to the examination hall.
Students are allowed to carry a clean bottle of water as well as their sanitiser to the examination centre.
- Wearing a mask in the examination hall is mandatory.

In Delhi and some parts of NCR such as Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, etc., students who are suffering from diabetes or are sick are allowed to carry a small packet of food/biscuits etc. in the examination hall. Students are also allowed to carry a clipboard and a pencil box to the examination centre. The clipboard and pencil box should be transparent and nothing should be written or printed on it. Examinees have to use blue pens to answer questions. Do not use any other colours, including red ink or black ink. Students are also advised not to use pencils to answer the questions in the answer sheets. All answers must be written with a blue ballpoint pen.

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