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CBSE 10th 12th Exams 2021: Fill CBSE 10th and 12th exam forms from today

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The process of filling the examination form for the class 10th and 12th annual examination to be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in the year 2021 has started from today. Examination forms will be filled by October 15. If a student is unable to complete the form by October 15, then he can fill the examination form from October 16 to 31 with late fee. According to the board, the examination fee will be 15 hundred per student. At the same time, an additional two thousand rupees will have to be paid. Students of general category will have to pay a fee of Rs. 1500. At the same time, students of SC and ST categories will have to pay an examination fee of Rs. 1200. Three hundred rupees will have to be given separately for taking additional subjects.

Apart from this, a fee of Rs 150 per subject will have to be paid separately for the practical examination in class 12th. At the same time, if you talk about tenth, then you have to pay three hundred rupees per subject for additional subject. According to the board, students can get a migration certificate. For this, a fee of Rs 350 will have to be paid. 

Due to Corona, CBSE has also reduced the syllabus by 30 per cent for the annual examination from class 9 to 12 for the session 2020-21. This reduction in syllabus is only for one year. After the annual examination of 2021, students of 9th and 11th will have to study the complete syllabus in 10th and 12th.

Two major changes going on from session 2020-2021 The
CBSE Board has added a new option of Applied Mathematics to the syllabus of Math at secondary level. This subject has been implemented from the current session 2020-21. Students who have studied Basic Mathematics in 10th can opt for Applied Math in 11th.

Apart from this, there will be a change in the CBSE 10th and 12th board exam 2021 question papers. Students will now have to answer 20 per cent objective questions in the board examination. Earlier only 10% objective questions came in the exam. This rule is going to be implemented in CBSE from this session i.e. 2020-21. This order of CBSE has reached most schools.

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