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CBSE CLASS 8

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CBSE CLASS 10

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₹ 4,990.00 ₹ 3,990.00

CBSE CLASS 11

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₹ 4,999.00 ₹ 3,990.00

CBSE CLASS 12

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CBSE will be conducting class 10 board exams in the month of March 2018. Here's the marking scheme and question paper pattern for the Maths paper as released by the Board. CBSE has released marking scheme and sample papers for all main subjects. CBSE has released sample papers for different subjects at the official website.
NEET 2018 would be conducted by CBSE on May 10, 2018. As per the SC ruling, NEET is the only medical entrance examination for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses across government and private medical colleges. Only AIIMS and JIPMER are exempt from the examination. Also, two separate lists would be prepared for NEET 2018 – an all India rank list and a state-wise rank list. 15 percent of seats across the colleges are placed for All India Quota.
As per the schedule released by CBSE, the practical examinations for Class 12 Board examinations would start from next week across various affiliated schools. The schools have been asked to comply with the dates provided. All the schools are required to complete the practical examinations and upload the marks on the official website of CBSE by February 25, 2018. The CBSE Class 12 Board Examinations, as well as class 10 exams, are expected to start from March 5, 2018, due to the festival of Holi falling on March 2, 2018.