What if i scored less marks in one subject in my CBSE improvement exam? Will there be a marksheet that shows the previous mark that was higher or will it just show my latest mark?
Improvement exams are an opportunity given by CBSE board for its students to improve their previous scores. So if you couldn't improve your score that means if your score was lower or a 'repeat theory' was mentioned in the result then it won't be considered. Your previous mark sheet which has your previous higher score will be valid and considered for your future endeavors. To again appear for an improvement exam to improve the score as a private candidate is entirely the students choice. SO don't worry your previous original mark sheet could be used for your future admissions.
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My domicile is Odisha. my 10th and 12th education is from maharashtra through CBSE. can I eligible for admission in NIT Rourkela in my state quota
Following below is the set of criteria which are needed to be fulfilled in order to get benefits of state quota reservation during the counseling process:
- The student should be a native citizen of that particular state having a authenticate proof of it.
- The student must have completed his secondary or higher secondary education from a institution in the state which is also recognized by the government.
- Parents must be working in any government or private institution for at least seven years in that particular state.
Since you fulfill one of the mentioned criteria, you shall be eligible for admission in NIT Rourkela through state quota.
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I am from Odisha. my 10th and 12th education from CBSE in Maharashtra. can I eligible for NIT Rourkela admissions in state quota
Since you have done your 12th from Maharashtra, you can only get benefits of state reservation quota of Maharashtra only . You aren't eligible for NIT Rourkela under home state quota . Not only Orissa, but also for other states, you are not eligible for home state quota except Maharashtra.
One more thing , you will need a central government approved Certificate to apply for reservation signed by a officer designated at the post of SDM (minimum) .
CBSE Class 11 MCQs 2021-22 pdf can be accessed from which website?
I got comp in class10 cbse so i again given improvement exam and again i got comp in that so now what should i do
See without passing your 10th its hard for you to get into any higher courses. Now I would recommend you to go for another time with a better preparation or you can opt for open schooling like NIOS etc. In open schooling the curriculums are relatively easier and you can easily coup the subject. As the open schooling is accepted all over India, so you will not find any issue with your higher education.
To know more about NIOS visit the link below:
For 10th CBSE preparation tips visit the link below:
I hope this answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!
i had completed my 12th in 2020, can i apply for cbse improvement exam 2022
CBSE rule states that any candidate who has appeared for 12th exams and is not happy with his/her score can appear for improvement exams in one or two subjects in the succeeding year only. If the candidate is under vocational stream he/she may reappear for the improvement of the subject in the main examination of the succeeding year or the following year provided they have not pursued higher studies in the meantime.
Now according to this rule since you had completed 12th in 2020 you were supposed to appear for improvement exam in 2021 only. The rules revised this year which states that students can give compartment exams to improve their scores so that they don't have to wait for a year to improve their scores is only applicable to students appearing this year in 2021 and succeeding years.
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Which books we have to study To score good marks in IPE Telangana CBSE
Which stream are you from dear?
To score well in ipe / 12th cbseboard. NCERT books are the best books as cbse board follows NCERT . I have complered my 12th from CBSE board and I had followed NCERT books and got 90.2 % . More than books what matters is the way you follow it. You should go thoroughly through NCERT.
You can go for reference books for the subjects in which you face difficulty in clearing your concepts from NCERT.
I had PCMB in my 12th and I had used reference book only for physics as I found it difficult to understand concepts from NCERT and except physics I had studied all the other subjects from NCERT .
And the most important thing to score well in CBSE board examination is to practice previous 10 year question paper, you can go for chapterwise previous 10 year paper books by Arihant, personally I had used it during my 12th.
Follow the given below tips to score well in your board examination :-
---------) Go well through your textbooks
---------) While reading the book, underline the important points and then later make short notes
---------) Do go through the questions at the end of the chapter, just reading is not going to help.
---------) Follow a routine, it should be such that it moves around 3 important things i. e first studying, then practicing questions and finally revision.
---------) Focus relatively more on your weak subject so that you can make them strong
---------) Have daily, weekly and monthly goals like you will complete these topics today , these chapter by the end of the week and these many chapters by the end of the month
---------) Be practical in your approach. For example, if you need 4 days to complete a chapter but you plan to finish it in 1 day from scratch then that's not going to help you, at the end of the day it will give you disappointment and down your morale, so be practical.
---------) Complete your syllabus at least 1 month before your board examination so that you can give it for revision and practicing questions
---------) solve previous year question papers :- it will be really of great help to you because you will know what type of questions are asked in the exam, their difficulty level , examination pattern etc
---------) Go through chapterwise and unitwise test and once you're done with the complete syllabus ,go through full mock test papers. And do at least 5-10 full mock test papers in each subject.
---------) practicing days full mock test papers will let you know the level of your preparation for your board examination .
---------) after each mock test analyse your performance to know your mistakes / weak areas , after that you need to work on improving them in the subsequent mock tests .
I hope that you find this helpful.
I got 69.5 marks in pucet and my percentile was 44.951%. i have secured 83.6% in class 12th in cbse. can i get admission in Panjab University in bsc.hons.?
when cbse will release 12 class date sheet , it was told to be released today but its not yet done ??
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will release CBSE Class 12th date sheet 2022 term 1 today on October 18, 2021. CBSE date sheet Class 12 2022 pdf download will be available on the board’s official website, cbse.gov.in. The officials have not yet released the date sheet but it is expected that by tomorrow it will be released. There is no news from the officials for the reason of delay. Keep an eye on the official website for the latest information.