ICSE Board Exams 2023 for Class 10 Begin Today, Read Important Guidelines Here
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ICSE Board Exams 2023: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will conduct the ICSE class 10 exams starting today, i.e., February 27, 2023. Students can read the important guidelines for exam day here.
ICSE Board Exams 2023: Important Details
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will conduct the ICSE class 10 exams starting today, i.e., February 27, 2023. The CISCE is already conducting ICSE Board exams for class 12th from February 13, 2023.
The ICSE 2023 class 10th board exams will be conducted from 11:00 am to 01:00 pm. The students will get an additional 15 minutes to read the question paper. The question paper will be distributed at 10:45 am as per the guidelines released by the CISCE.
ICSE Board Exams 2023: Important Guidelines
The students slated to appear in the ICSE class 10 exams 2023 must go through the guidelines mentioned here before appearing in the exam:
- The students must report to the exam centre 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the exam. The exam will begin at 11:00 am.
- The candidates must carry their own pens and stationery as per the board guidelines.
- If you are handed the wrong question paper, inform the exam invigilator/supervisor immediately.
- It is advisable for the students only to attempt those number of questions as mentioned in the exam question paper.
- The students will be required to write in the exam answer sheet using only a black or blue ballpoint pen.
- Electronic devices such as mobile phones, earphones, tablets, Bluetooth devices, digital watches etc and study material such as books, notebooks, blank paper sheets etc are prohibited inside the exam hall.
- The continuation booklet shall only be provided to the student after he/she is done writing in the main booklet.
- The answer sheet must be used for carrying out rough work.
- Keep malpractices such as cheating, copying, or any other such unfair practices at bay, as the same would lead to the cancellation of your candidature.
Official Website: cisce.org