Sunday, December 22, 2019

ICSE Board 10th/12th Date Sheet 2020

The Council of Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) has released the date sheet for class 10 and 12 board exams 2020. The ISC  class 12 board exam will commence from February 3 and end on March 31. ICSE class 10th board exam will commence from February 27 and end on March 30. ICSE Board exam 2020: The date sheet for class 10th and 12th exam 2020 has been released. 
The Indian School Certificate Year 2020 Examination results will be issued through the Conveners to the Heads of Schools in the month of May 2020. The results will NOT be available from the office of the Council in New Delhi. Queries about the results by candidates/parents/guardians will not be entertained by the Council.”


ICSE Time Table 2020: 
The ISC exam will begin with Home Science (Paper 2) – Planning Session paper on February 3. The exam will begin at 9 am. The ICSE exam will begin from February 27 with English paper. The exam will commence at 11 am.

CISCE Date Sheet 2020: 
The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination, Year 2020 results will be issued through the Conveners to the Heads of Schools by the first week of June 2020. The results will NOT be available from the office of the Council in New Delhi. Queries about the results by candidates/parents/guardians will not be entertained by the Council. In addition to the time indicated on the Timetable for writing the paper, 15 minutes time is given for reading the question paper. The question paper may be distributed to candidates at 10:45 a.m. to enable them to start writing at 11:00 a.m.  

CISCE ICSE 2020 Instructions to Candidates : 

TEACHERS are advised to take care that their pupils are carefully drilled to carry out the following directions.

1. Be seated in the Examination Room five minutes before the time fixed for the start of the examination in the subject.

2. If an Examination Paper for which you are not entered is handed to you, or if the questions indicate that a map or any other stationery should also have been given out, bring it to the attention of the Supervising Examiner at once.

3. Attend carefully to all general directions that may be given at the head of a paper, e.g. directions limiting the number of questions that may be answered etc.

4. You are advised to answer only that number of questions as mentioned in the question paper.

5. On the LICR (Live Ink Character Recognition) top-sheet of the Answer Booklet, you are to put your signature in the space provided for the purpose. Do NOT write or scribble anywhere on the LICR top-sheet. In case the Answer Booklet provided to you does not have your details pre-printed, you must write your name, Subject, Paper No. Year of Examination, Unique ID, Index No. and sign in the space provided for the specific purpose.

6. Clearly write your Unique ID, Index Number and subject on the inner page of the LICR Answer Booklet in the space provided. This information should also be given on the front sheet of each continuation booklet used. If you are using loose maps, graph papers, etc. write this information on these also. All entries on the Answer Booklet are to be made with Black/Blue ball-point pen ONLY.

7. Write on both sides of the answer booklet and leave a margin at both the right-hand and the left-hand edges. Begin the answer to each separate part of a question on a separate line.

8. Write the number of the question clearly in the left-hand margin at the beginning of each answer. Do not copy the question. Be careful to use the same system of numbering as that used in the question paper. Leave a blank space after the answer to each question.

9. Remember that handwriting and spelling will be taken into account. Write your answers with pen and ink. You may use a fountain pen or ball-point pen, but pencils may be used only for diagrams. Bring mathematical and drawing instruments and colour pencils for subjects for which they will be needed. The use of any electronic devices, hand, desk or other types of calculating machines is not permitted.

10. In addition to the time indicated in the timetable for writing the paper, 15 minutes time is given for reading the questions.

11. Read the questions very carefully. Time should not be wasted in writing down information that is not asked for as no marks will be given for it.

12. Do not spend too much time on one or two questions so as to leave yourself no time to answer the others.

13. When the time allotted for writing the examination has concluded, arrange your answer scripts sequentially in ORDER, THE FIRST PAGE AT THE TOP etc. See that they have your Index Number/Unique ID written on them. Fasten them together at the left-hand top corner and hand them over unfolded.

14. A candidate who arrives late will be required to give a satisfactory explanation and reason to the Supervising Examiner. Except in exceptional circumstances, a paper will not be given to any candidate who is more than half an hour late. Absolute punctuality is essential. Candidates are not allowed to leave the Examination Room before the conclusion of the paper.

15. Candidates must write on both sides of the paper unless the rubric of the question paper prohibits this.







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