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CBSE Class 10 and 12 Supplementary Exam Date(Announced): Check Latest Update, Revaluation, Marksheet, Dates, Sample Papers
CBSE Latest Updates:
- Sep 24, 2020: Results for CBSE compartment exam 2020 will be released on or before Oct 10, 2020
- Sep 23, 2020: CBSE 10th and 12th compartment exam conducted amid the pandemic, maths paper reads tough as per the candidates. Get Complete Analysis
- Sep 23, 2020: CBSE and UGC to have a coordination meeting for the release of compartment result, as directed by the Ministry of Education
- Sep 22, 2020: CBSE 10th and 12th compartment exam will start today. Get deatils here
- Sep 21, 2020: CBSE has announced a set of instructions for students appearing in the supplementary exam. Read More
- Sep 14, 2020: CBSE has released the admit card for compartment exam of class 10th and 12th, check at cbse.nic.in
- Sep 10, 2020: Hon’ble Supreme Court will hear the plea on Sep 14, 2020 challenging the decision of CBSE to conduct supplementary exam.
- Sep 5, 2020: CBSE will conduct class 10th and 12th supplementary exam from Sep 22, 2020 to Sep 29, 2020
- Sep 1, 2020: TERM program launched by CBSE to boost competency based learning. Check Details
- Sep 1, 2020: CBSE class 12 revaluation result announced today, check at cbseresults.nic.in Check Direct Link
- Aug 20, 2020: Hon’ble Supreme Court disposed off the petition regarding cancellation of CBSE compartmental exam, says student can challenge the notification dated August 6, 2020. Read More
- Aug 18, 2020: Candidates who opted for basic Mathematics in class 10th can choose Mathematics in class 11th without appearing in compartmental exam. Read details
- Aug 14, 2020: Improvement exam for class 12 to be conducted in September, 2020 and application for the same shall be made online.
- Aug 14, 2020: Application link for compartment exam of CBSE class 10th and 12th board activated, apply by August 20 to avoid late fine. Click here to apply
- June 26, 2020: CBSE has announced the scheme of class 10th and 12th assessment for the canceled exams. Read More
- June 22, 2020: The syllabus for Class 12th academic session 2020-21 has been released. Check Here Latest Changes in Class 12th Exams
- June 1, 2020: CBSE has started tele counseling services (free of cost ) for Class XII students from June 1 to July 15, 2020. All the queries of students and parents for board exams will be answered by teleoperators. Read More
The overall passing percentage for the academic year 2020 is 88.78% which is 5.38% greater than last year. Following the previous years’ tradition, girls have again outshined boys by 5.96% in overall CBSE Class 12th Result 2020. Candidates must note that CBSE Class 12th Result Verification form was started from July 17 and will end on July 21, 2020. Check Here CBSE Class XII Result Verification Form 2020
Class XII board exams were scheduled from July 1 to 15, 2020 but the board cancelled class 12th remaining papers due to the COVID-19 situation. However, Class 12th students also have the option to appear for the pending class 12th exams when the situation is conducive.Otherwise, students will have the alternate option to opt not to appear for the examination. For those students, the result has been made on the basis of their performance in past exams and assessed accordingly.
- Candidates who have a wrong name or DOB in their Class X and XII Documents can get it rectified. Read More
- The Board has activated the helpline for post-result counselingfor students fromJuly 13 to July 27, 2020 (9:30 Am to 5:30 pm).Candidates can clear their queries on a toll-free number 180-11-8004.
- CBSE begins sending SMS to students to download DigiLocker for Class 10th and 12th mark sheet.
- Revaluation/Rechecking forms for CBSE Class 12th Result will be released from August 6 to August 7, 2020.
- HRD Minister announces reduction in CBSE syllabus up to 30% from Class 9th to 12th for the academic year 2020-21. Read More
- The exams were to be conducted for 12 major subjects. Previously CBSE Class 12th exams were scheduled between February 15, 2020, and March 31, 2020, but were postponed due to the adverse situation raised amid COVID-19 pandemic.
CBSE Board Class 12 th Highlights
|Name of the Exam||Central Board Senior Secondary Examinations|
|CBSE Class XII Board result date||July 13, 2020 (Announced)|
|Official Website||Cbseresults.nic.in or cbse.nic.in|
|Results available on||Online Portal, SMS, Google, Digilocker, IVRS, SMS Organizer App|
|Total Students appeared||Around 12 lakh|
|Total Schools||21499 (as on May 1, 2019)|
CBSE 12 Board: Important Dates
|Release of CBSE 12th Date Sheet||December 17, 2019|
|Class 12th Practical examinations||January 1 to February 7, 2020|
|Class 12th main examinations|
|CBSE Result 2020 for class 12th||July 13, 2020 (Announced)|
|CBSE Class 12th Result Verification form||July 17 – 21, 2020 (Available)|
|CBSE Class 12th Revaluation/Rechecking form||August 6 – 7, 2020|
|CBSE Class 12th Revaluation Result||2nd Week of August 2020|
|CBSE Class 12th Compartment Application Form||2nd week of August 2020|
|CBSE Class 12th Compartment Exam||Sep 22, 2020- Sep 29, 2020|
|CBSE Result for Compartment Exam||2nd week of October 2020|
Steps to check CBSE Class 12 Result 2020
CBSE 12th Result has been declared in online mode on July 13, 2020, at the official website i.e. cbse.nic.in. Candidates can check their results by entering their admit card id, school number, center number, and board roll number. Follow the undermentioned steps to check their CBSE 12th class results.
Step 1: Log onto the official website i.e. cbseresults.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link stating “Senior School Examination (Class XII) 2020”.
Step 3: You will be redirected to the result portal.
Step 4: Enter your Roll number, School number, Center Number, and Date of Birth and Click on the Submit Button.
Step 5: The results will appear on the screen.
Step 6: Download and save it for future reference.
How is CBSE Class 12th Result Trend this year?
Students are curious about the results trend and region-wise performances post result announcement. The board has released the list of top-performing regions however merit list has not been released considering the pandemic conditions this year. CBSE Class 12 Result Trend 2020 shows 12,03,595 students appeared for the CBSE Class 12 exams, out of which 10,59,080 passed the examination.
- Number of Students Registered for CBSE Class 12th Board Exam- 12,03,595
- Total Students Appeared for the Exam- 11,92,961
- Total Students Passed in the board exam- 10,59,080
- Total Pass Percentage- 88.78
- Increase in Pass Percentage- 94.39
- Girls outshined boys in the CBSE Class 12th results 2020 with the pass percentage of 92.15%
- The pass percentage for boys turned out to be 86.19%
- A total of 38,686 candidates have secured 95% marks and a total of 1,57,934 students have secured 90% or above marks
CBSE Class 12th Result 2020 vs Result 2019
|Total Students Registered||12,18,393||12,03,595|
|Total Students Appeared||12,05,484||11,92,961|
|Total passed Students||10,05,427||10,59,080|
|Overall Pass Percentage||83.40%||88.78%|
Top Performing Regions for CBSE Class 12th Result 2020
|Rank (performance-wise)||Name of Region||Pass percentage|
CBSE Class 12th Re-checking and Re-evaluation
CBSE Class 12th Re-checking and Re-evaluation 2020
The Board has announced the Revaluation/rechecking application dates. Candidates can apply for verification from July 17, 2020. CBSE provides an option of re-checking and re-evaluation of the board exam papers for those students who were expecting a better CBSE Class 12 Result 2020. In the re-checking process, CBSE will re-allocate and re-tally the marks awarded to the students for different questions. Similarly, during the re-evaluation process, the complete answer sheet for CBSE Class 12th Result 2020 will be rechecked by the individual examiner. The Re-checking and Re-evaluation process allows the candidates to clarify the doubt with regard to their performance in the results. It helps the students to make sure that their answer sheets have undergone fair evaluation.
CBSE Class 12 Revaluation Results
The CBSE Board has declared the revaluation result for class 12 on September 1, 2020. Candidates can check the result on the official website. Candidates will require to enter their board roll number, admit card id, school number and center number in order to access the result. The total marks may be reduced in the revaluation process and no claims shall be accepted for reduced marks. Those whose marks is changed will recieve and The steps to check the result are as follows:
- Visit the official website- cbseresults.nic.in
- Click on ‘CBSE 12th Updated Result after Revaluation, result later and combined result, for compartment candidates’
- Enter the roll number, reg id, admit card id, center and school number
- Click on submit
- The result will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the result for all future reference.
CBSE Class 12 Improvement Exams 2020
Students who are not satisfied with their performance in the CBSE 12th exam can apply for improvement in the respective subjects. The application form for the same can be filled in the month of October and November. The result will be declared by the CBSE Board in the month of August. The best score from the Improvement and Board exam will be taken into consideration while making the final scorecard. CBSE releases the class 12th result online in the second week of May. Candidates can check their results on cbseresults.nic.in.
Criteria to Apply for Improvement in Class 12
Candidates who passed the CBSE Board exam in 2018 and 2020 are eligible to apply for the 2020 improvement exam.
- Candidates can choose more than one subject for improvement.
- The application fee will vary according to the number of subjects chosen.
- Candidates can prefer the latest or improvement result after the declaration of CBSE 2020 Improvement result.
Students are advised to go through the eligibility criteria as per CBSE before applying for the improvement exam. If the candidate does not meet the eligibility criteria, his/her exam form will be cancelled.
- Candidates are eligible only if they have passed the previous Board Exam they had appeared for.
- Only candidates who want to raise their previously scored marks are allowed to give the improvement exam.
- He/she must have studied from CBSE Board.
- He/she must not have a compartment in any subject.
- He/she can only write an improvement exam for the subjects he previously appeared for.
- Improvement exam can be given for subjects out of the five main subjects only.
Online Class 12 Improvement Form Submission Candidates can fill the online form from the month of October. The steps to apply for the same are given below:
- Visit the official website of Central Board of Examination cbse.nic.in
- Click on ‘Apply Online for Improvement exam’.
- Enter Roll number and school name.
- Next, choose the subjects they want to give the exam in.
- Enter the preferred choice of exam centers.
- Provide the asked personal details.
- Click the submit button and select the mode of payment.
- After successful payment, the application form must be downloaded and printed for future reference.
|Fee Slab||Outside India||Delhi Scheme||All India Scheme||Online form submission Dates (Tentative)|
|Without late fee||INR 900 for 5 subjects||INR 900 for 5 subjects||INR 5000 for 5 subjects||October 23, 2020, to November 17, 2020|
|INR 180 per extra subject||INR 180 per extra subject||INR 1000 per extra subject|
|INR 200 per subject for additional/improvement||INR 200 per subject for additional/improvement||INR 1000 per subject for additional/improvement|
|Practical Fee||INR 80 for each project work/practical subject||INR 80 for each project work/practical subject||INR 200 for each project work/practical subject|
|With late fee (slab-I)||Last date with late fee of INR 500||November 18, 2020, to November 23, 2020|
|With late fee (slab-II)||Last date with late fee of INR 1000||November 24, 2020, to November 30, 2020|
|With late fee (slab-III)||Last date with late fee of INR 2000||December 01, 2020, to December 07, 2020|
|With late fee (slab-IV)||Last date with late fee of INR 5000||December 08, 2020, to December 14, 2020|
CBSE Class 12 Compartment Exam 2020
CBSE has announced the schedule of compartment exam for class 10th and 12th. The official notification is available on the official website of CBSE. Students who failed in one subject are eligible to appear for compartment exam. Maximum of three chances are given to take the compartment exam. The student will be declared pass if he/she scores more than 33% in the compartment examination. The sechedule for the exam are tabulated below:
CBSE Compartment Exam Schedule: Class 10th
|Date of Exam||Subject(Class 12)||Subject(Class 10)|
|Sep 22, 2020||Urdu(E), Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Physical Education, Accountancy, Entrepreneurship, Legal Studies, NCC, Nepali, Sanskrit, Punjabi, Automotive, Web Application, Capital Market Operations, Financial Market Management, Tourism, Beauty and Wellness, Agriculture, Food Production, Front Office Operations, Banking, Marketing, Insurance, Painting, App/Commercial Art, Kathak.||Social Science|
|Sep 23, 2020||Geography||Painting, Science, Science(without practical), Hindi(Course A), Hindi(Course B), Home Science|
|Sep 24, 2020||Chemistry/Business Insider||--|
|Sep 25, 2020||Home Science||Mathematics|
|Sep 26, 2020||Sociology||English Communicative, Sanskrit, English Language and Literature|
|Sep 28, 2020||Hindi(core)||Urdu(course A), Punjabi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Manipuri, Malayalam, Oria, Assamese, Kannada, Arabic, Tibetian, French, Nepali, Lepcha, Spanish, Mizo, Urdu(course B), Hindustani Music, Telugu(Telangana)|
|Sep 29, 2020||English(E), English(Core), Biotechnology, Information Technology, Computer Science, Information Practice||--|
CBSE 10th and 12th Supplementary Exam Instructions:
The board has released a set of instructions for the students who are appearing in the supplementary exam. The instructions are as follows:
- Candidates will carry their own hand sanitizers in a transparent bottle
- Water bottle should be transparent
- Mask/cloth is compulsory for all the students
- Physical distancing shall be strictly followed
- Students shall follow all the intructions prescribed by the exam center
- All the instructions mentioned in the admit card shall be strictly followed
CBSE Compartmental Exam Admit Card
The board has released the admit card for compartmental exam of class 10th and 12th today i.e. Sep 14, 2020. The admit card is available on the official website of CBSE. However, the plea in the Hon’ble Supreme Court against the decision of CBSE to conduct the compartmental exam is due for today i.e. the court will hear the plea today. The decision is pending yet but the board decided to release the admit card to fast track the process. Candidates can download the admit card by following the steps mentioned below:
- Visit the official website of CBSE i.e. cbse.nic.in
- Click on ‘CBSE Website’
- In the next window, click on ‘Admit Card for Regular Candidates for Comptt Exam 2020’
- Enter user id, password and security pin
- Click on login
- Admit card will appear on the screen
- Download and print the admit card for the upcoming exam.
Internal Assessment Scheme for Board Exams
CBSE XII Results 2020: DU Admissions, Cutoffs, and Special Provisions for CBSE students?
CBSE has decided to give an option to improve Class XII results by appearing for the canceled CBSE Board exams at a later date when the situation is conducive. Few Delhi University Professors raised objections and even called the CBSE Evaluation Criteria to release CBSE Class XII result 2020 “disadvantageous: for North East Students.
Anjali Srivastava, Principal, Hindu College says, DU Cutoff 2020 would be released after the CBSE XII Result 2020 is announced on July 15, 2020.
DU’s Dean (admissions) Shobha Bagai, expressed that the university would follow the policy of “wait and watch”, before addressing the concerns. She further added the cut-offs will come into the picture once the results are out. We will just have a look at it. For instance, Computer Science paper was pending and the impact will be similar to all the students. We will like to wait and watch and then the committee will make a decision whether to go ahead with the same methodology or whether we need to make certain changes.
CBSE exams evaluation need around 2 months
- It's stated that although the results are to be published based on the exams already conducted, the evaluation couldn't be carried out due to the imposition of lockdown.
- The authority has mentioned that it will take around two months to evaluate the papers, it will begin as soon as they get the advisory from the central government to start off the evaluation maintaining social distancing.
- Close to 70% answer sheets still need to be evaluated even though some of the papers have already been checked in the first 15 days before the lockdown was imposed.
- Around 35 lakh students appeared for CBSE exam and approximately 2 crore answer scripts are to be checked.
- MHRD also asked the states to start off with their evaluations in a meeting held on April 28, 2020.
Candidates should not panic about NEET and JEE
- Secretary said that although it’s genuinely problematic for the candidates who are appearing for CBSE board exams and competitive exams. They must remain patient as JEE Main is scheduled to be held from September 1 to 6, 2020 and NEET 2020 will be held on September 13, 2020.
- The authority stated that since the competitive exams like NEET and JEE are held after Board exams, so these tests will remain postponed and candidates should not panic about them right now.
- CBSE added that officials and parents should support students mentally and emotionally.
CBSE books are available online free of cost.
- NCERT has made all the books available online for the convenience of students free of cost. Candidates can download or take a printout of the same.
- Candidates should be aware that Home ministry has directed the bookshops to remain open during the lockdown in an order released on April 22, 2020.
- The authority has also suggested the teachers make the online classes more interactive with enhanced activities and performing assignments in short lectures.
CBSE Class 12: Latest Changes
The major changes introduced by CBSE for 2020 are:
Increase in the number of Internal choices
This year more internal choices will be provided in CBSE Class 12 boards so as to make the assessment student-friendly. There will be 33% internal choices in the question paper.
Reduction in Descriptive Questions and more number of MCQs
The number of descriptive questions will be reduced and there will be increase in the number of multiple choice questions in majority of subjects. 2 marks questions are expected to be more than that of 5 – 8 marks questions. There will be an increase in 1 mark objective type questions.
Hike in Application Fee
CBSE has hiked exam application fees from INR 750 to INR 1500 for general category candidates, however, no exam fee is applicable for Delhi students. As per the recent reports, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia has announced that the students of Delhi government and aided schools are not required to pay the board exam fees.
Earlier there were no internal assessment in subjects of Class 12, like Mathematics, Political Science and Languages. As per the new assessment scheme, 20% marks will be given for internal assessment in all class 12 subjects. That means class 12 board exam 2020 will carry 80% marks. Earlier only few subjects had assessment now it is applicable for all subjects.
School exams will weigh 10 marks in the final marks
10 marks will be allotted from school exams and will count in the total marks in a subject. Mathematics and English board exam will be of 80 marks and remaining remaining 20 marks will be for internal assessment. In these 20 marks, 10 marks will be from the school exam results and remaining 10 marks will be from internal evaluation.
English will carry 20 marks for Assessment for Speaking and Listening (ASL)
Students will be tested for English language listening and speaking skills. On the basis of this students will secure 20 marks. ASL will be conducted by the schools internal examiners only.
CBSE Class 12 Result Analysis 2019
CBSE Class 12 (2019) Result Trend shows 12,05,484 students appeared for the CBSE class 12 examination, out of which 10,05,427 passed.
- The pass percentage for boys is 79.4%, while for girls 79.4%. 83.4% of transgender students passed the examination.
- Kendriya Vidyalas are the best performing schools with a pass percentage of 98.54%, followed by Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas with a pass percentage of 96.62% Pass percentage according to school type is given below:
|Number of Schools||11,510||12,441|
|Number of Exam Centres||4,145||4,627|
|School Type||Pass Percentage|
|Government Aided Schools||88.49%|
There was an increase of 0.39 % in overall pass percentage this year. Regions having highest-pass percentage are:
CBSE Class 12 Toppers List
CBSE 2020 Class 12th Toppers List
As per the latest update from CBSE Office, the board has decided not to release the CBSE 12th Merit List or Toppers List due to the COVID-19 Epidemic. The CBSE Class 12 Result 2020 has been computed on the basis of the new assessment scheme released by the board earlier, and therefore, the board has decided not to publish toppers list for this year i.e. 2020.
CBSE 2019 Class 12 Toppers
Hansika Shukla of Ghaziabad and Karishma Arora of Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh has topped the exam with 499 marks each followed by Gaurangi Chawla of Nirmal Ashram school Rishikesh, Aishwarya of Bareilly and Bhavya BR, Jind, Haryana with 498 marks each. Top 3 rankers are-
|1st||Hansika Shukla||Delhi Public School, Meerut Rd, Ghaziabad, UP||499|
|1st||Karishma Arora||Sd Public School, Muzaffarnagar, Up||499|
|2nd||Gaurangi Chawla||Nirmal Ashram Deepmala P Public School, Rishikesh||498|
|2nd||Aishwarya||Kendriya Vidyalaya No 1, Rae Bareli, UP||498|
|2nd||Bhavya||B R S K International Public School, Safidon, Jind, HR||498|
|3rd||Ayushi Upadhyay||Lucknow Public School, South City, Lucknow UP||497|
|3rd||Mehak Talwar||Delhi Public School Sec-24 Phase III, Rohini ND||497|
|3rd||Parth Saini||St. Luke`S Sr Sec School, Solan, HP||497|
|3rd||Veeraj Jindal||Vasant Valley School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi||497|
|3rd||Ananya Goel||K L Intnl School, Somdutt Vihar, Garh Rd, Meerut, UP||497|
Career Opportunity after class 12th
Candidates get a lot of career opportunity after appearing class 12th exam, The fields like Science, Engineering, Medical, Law etc are open and candidates can go in whatever field they like. For students who opted for Maths and science can apply for Engineering and Medical courses for higher studies similarly for commerce students BBA, B.Com, BCA and other courses are readily available. In the table given below candidates can check and get details of national and state-level exams that they can appear to pursue higher education.
For science and engineering
|Entrance Exams (Streamwise)||Top Exams|
|Engineering Entrance Exams|
|Medical Entrance Exams|
|Science Entrance Exams|
For Arts courses
|Entrance Exams (Stream-wise)||Top Exams|
|Law entrance exams|
|Design entrance exams|
|Hospitality entrance exams||NCHMCT JEE|
|MassComm entrance exams|
|Humanities entrance exams|
CBSE Class 12 Datesheet 2020
CBSE 12 boards which were scheduled from February 15 to March 30, 2020 underwent changes. CBSE has revised dates and exams are rescheduled from July 1 to July 15, 2020, due to the prevalent conditions of COVID-19 in the country. Subject-wise revised dates will be notified soon
|Subject Code & Subjects||Original Dates||Revised Dates|
March 2, 2020
|March 31, 2020|
February 2, 2020
|April 1, 2020|
796-Web Application (Old)
February 26, 2020
|April 3, 2020|
March 7, 2020
|April 4, 2020|
February 28, 2020
|April 7, 2020|
February 29, 2020
|April 8, 2020|
March 3, 2020
|April 9, 2020|
March 5, 2020
|April 11, 2020|
March 6, 2020
|April 13, 2020|
March 4, 2020
|April 14, 2020|
CBSE Class 12 Exam Pattern 2020
The total duration of CBSE Class 12 is 3 hours. The question paper usually consists of the following type of questions: Very short answer questions (1 mark each), Short answer type questions-I (2 marks each), Short answer type questions-II (3 marks each), Value-based question (4 marks) and Long answer type questions (5 marks each).
Students have to obtain 33% marks to qualify the exam. Additionally, they have to secure more than 33% in both practical and theoretical exams.
- Students not passing in any one subject have to write compartment for the same in July.
- Students only get 3 chances to clear all the papers.
- Student failing compartment thrice or one who fails in two or more exams have to rewrite all the subjects next year.
To prepare well for exams, students should know the complete CBSE 12th syllabus and exam pattern.The exam pattern for various streams of CBSE 12th is given below:
|Streams||Behaviour of Questions||No. of Sections||Time Allotted||Type of Questions|
|Arts/Humanities||psychology, history, geography, and other related subjects||4-5||3 hours|
|Commerce||mix of theory as well as practical/numerical questions.||3||3 hours|
|Science (Medical)||mix of theory as well as practical/numerical questions.||4-5||3 hours|
|Science (Non Medical)||mix of theory as well as practical/numerical questions.||4||3 hours|
A new type of questions which are known as VALUE BASED QUESTIONS is introduced in every paper which is of 4 marks each.
CBSE Class 12 Examination Scheme
The examination scheme of CBSE Class 12 include theory, internals or practicals as per the syllabus for each subject.
- Theory: This includes the Board exams which cover the entire syllabus of class XII. Marks and grades are assigned on the basis of 9-point grading system. Grades will be given for each scholastic subject.
- Internal Assessment: As per the details given in the syllabus for each subject.
- Assessment of Co-Scholastic Areas: An objective assessment will be prepared by the concerned teacher on the basis of level of performance/participation by a student throughout the academic year and accordingly assign grades.
CBSE Class 12 Subject-wise Syllabus 2020
|Electric Charges and Fields||Electromagnetic Induction||Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter|
|Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance||Alternating Current||Atoms and Nucleus|
|Current Electricity||Electromagnetic Waves||Semiconductor Electronics Materials Devices|
|Moving Charges and Magnetism||Ray Optics and Optical Instruments||Communication Systems|
|Magnetism and Matter||Wave Optics||-|
|Chemistry in Everyday Life||The P Block Elements||Polymers|
|Solutions||The D and F Block Elements||Aldehydes Ketones and Carboxylic Acids|
|Chemical Kinetics||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||-|
|Surface Chemistry||Alcohols Phenols and Ethers||-|
|General Principles of Isolation of Elements||Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen||-|
|Relations and Functions||Continuity and Differentiability||Differential Equations|
|Inverse Trigonometric Functions||Application of Derivatives||Vector Algebra|
|Matrices||Indefinite Integration||Three Dimensional Geometry|
|Determinants||Definite Integration||Linear Programming|
|Limits and Continuity||Application of Integrals||Probability|
|Reproduction In Organisms||Evolution||Organisms and Populations|
|Sexual Reproduction In Flowering Plants||Human Health and Disease||Ecosystem|
|Human Reproduction||Strategies For Enhancement In Food Production||Biodiversity and Conservation|
|Reproductive Health||Microbes In Human Welfare||Environmental Issues|
|Principles of Inheritance and Variation||Biotechnology and Its Applications||-|
|Molecular Basis of Inheritance||Biotechnology: Principles & Processes||-|
|Flamingo (Prose)||Flamingo (Poem)||Vistas|
|The Last Lesson||My Mother at Sixty Six||The Third Level|
|Lost Spring||An Elementry School Classroom in a Slum||The Tiger King|
|Deep Water||Keeping Quiet||Journey To The End of Earth|
|The Rattrap||A Thing of Beauty||The Enemy|
|Indigo||A Roadside Stand||Should Wizard Hit Mommy|
|Poet and Pancakes||Aunt Jennifers Tigers||On The Face of It|
|The Interview||Events Tries an O Level||-|
|Going Places||Memories of Childhood||-|
|Short Stories - Introduction||Poetry - Introduction||Non - Fiction - Introduction|
|I Sell my Dreams||A Lecture Upon the Shadow||Freedom|
|Eveline||Poems by Milton||The Mark on the Wall|
|A Wedding in Brownsville||Poems By Blake||Film - making|
|Tomorrow||Kubla Khan||Why the Novel Matters|
|One Centimetre||Trees||Thr Argumentative Indian|
|The Wels Swan of Coole||On Science Fiction||-|
|Time and Time Again||Drama - Introduction||-|
|Principles and Functions of Management|
|Nature and Significance of Management||Principles of Management|
|Business Finance and Marketing|
|Financial Management||Marketing Management|
|Financial Markets||Consumer Protection|
|Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Organizations||Accounting for Partnership Firms|
|Accounting for Companies||Analysis of Financial Statements|
|Cash Flow Statement||-|
|National Income and Related Aggregates||Money and Banking|
|Determination of Income and Employment||Employment|
|Balance of Payments|
|Indian Economic Development|
|Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991||Current Challenges facing Indian Economy|
|Development Experience of India – A Comparison with Neighbours||-|
|Planning in Sports||Sports & Nutrition|
|Yoga & Lifestyle||Physical Education & Sports for CWSN (Children with Special Needs - Divyang)|
|Children & Women in Sports||Test & Measurement in Sports|
|Physiology & Injuries in Sports||Biomechanics & Sports|
|Psychology & Sports||Training in Sports|
|Programming and Computational Thinking||Computer Networks|
|Data Management||Society, Law and Ethics|
|The Story of the First Cities: Harappan Archaeology||Religious Histories: The Bhakti-Sufi Tradition||Representations of 1857|
|Political and Economic History: How Inscriptions tell a story||New Architecture: Hampi||Colonialism and Indian Towns: Town Plans and Municipal Reports|
|Social Histories: using the Mahabharata||Agrarian Relations: The Ain-i-Akbari||Mahatma Gandhi through Contemporary Eyes|
|A History of Buddhism: Sanchi Stupa||The Mughal Court: Reconstructing Histories through chronicles||Partition through Oral Sources|
|Medieval Society through Travelers’ Accounts||Colonialism and Rural Society: Evidence from Official Reports||The Making of the Constitution|
|Human Geography||Human settlements||Transport, Communication and International Trade|
|People||People||Geographical Perspective on selected issues and problems|
|Human Activities||Human Settlements||-|
|Transport, Communication and Trade||Resources and Development||-|
|Cold War Era||Security in Contemporary World||India’s External Relations|
|The End of bipolarity||Environment and Natural Resources||Challenges to the Congress System|
|US Hegemony in World Politics||Globalization||Crisis of the Democratic Order|
|Alternative centres of power||Challenges of Nation Building||Rise of Popular Movements|
|Contemporary South Asia||Era of One-Party Dominance||Regional aspirations|
|International Organizations||Politics of Planned Development||Recent Developments in Indian Politics|
|Introducing Indian Society||Challenges of Cultural Diversity||Change and Development in Rural Society|
|The Demographic Structure of Indian Society||Suggestions for Project Work||Change and Development in Industrial Society|
|Social Institutions-Continuity and Change||Structural Change||Globalization and Social Change|
|Market as a Social Institution||Cultural Change||-|
|Patterns of Social Inequality and Exclusion||The Story of Indian Democracy||-|
|Variations in Psychological Attributes||Psychological Disorders||Social Influence and Group Processes|
|Self and Personality||Therapeutic Approaches||Psychology and Life|
|Meeting Life Challenges||Attitude and Social Cognition||Developing Psychological Skills|
|Protein and Gene Manipulation||Cell Culture and Genetic Manipulation|
CBSE Class 12 Important Books
|Important Books for Science Stream||CBSE Chapter-wise Solutions – Mathematics (Class 12)||Hemant Malhotra|
|CBSE Examination Mathematics: 15 Sample Question Papers (Class 12)||Prem Kumar|
|Mathematics (Class – XII)||NCERT|
|CBSE Chapter-wise Questions-Answers: Chemistry Previous Year’ Questions||Sharma P|
|CBSE Chapter-wise Solutions – Chemistry (Class 12): A Collection of Fully Solved Questions asked- Examination||Purnima Sharma|
|Chemistry (Class – XII)||NCERT|
|CBSE Chapter-wise Solutions – Physics (Class -12: Previous Year’s Questions)||Singh S|
|Physics (Class – XII)||NCERT|
|Concepts of Physics (Volume-1 and Volume-2)||H C Verma|
|Important Books for Arts Stream||Flamingo Textbook in English||NCERT|
|XamIdea English Class||Editorial Board|
|CBSE All in one English core||Arihant Experts|
|Together with English Core||Hemant Bedi and Rachna Jain|
|CBSE Chapter-wise solved papers||Lucy Shaily|
|15 sample question paper political science||Arihant Experts|
|Chapter Wise CBSE Solved Paper Political Science||Arihant Experts|
|Together with political science||Namrata Singh|
|15 sample question paper History||Arihant Experts|
|Chapter Wise CBSE Solved Paper History||Arihant Experts|
|History with a solution||Dolly Haryal|
|Important Books for Commerce Stream||Twenty-Twenty Accountancy - Question Bank and Mock Test Papers for Class XII||Vijayshree|
|T.S. Grewal's an Aid to Accountancy||T.S. Grewal|
|CBSE Accountancy for Class - XII||Vikas Sharma|
|THE MIRACLE BOOK of Economics, Class XII||J P Goel|
|Average2Excellent CD Class XII - CBSE Board||Average Excellent|
|Eco Treasure Economics book for Class 12||Amit Arora|
|Shiv Das-CBSE-Class 12-Business Studies-Case Studies||Tapan Pathak|
|Business Studies Class - 12||Meena Verma|
|Case Studies Mentor in Business Studies Class- XII||Alka Dhawan|
CBSE Class 12: Exam Day Guidelines
- It is mandatory to take exams in school uniform only.
- Students must carry their respective CBSE class XII admit cards, signed by parents, to the allotted exam center.
- All instructions given on the back of the admit card should be read carefully before appearing for the examination.
- Banned items like mobile phones, calculators, and smartwatch and (or) any cheating material should not be carried to the exam hall.
- Reporting time for the examination is 10 am.
- The question paper will be distributed by the assistant superintendent at 10:15 am. 15 minutes will be given to candidates for going through the question paper and strategizing their action plan.
- The duration of time given for each subject should be followed meticulously by the candidates.
- Candidates should write their particulars on the answer book cautiously and double-check the details before submitting.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College