- CISCE Improvement Exam 2021| CISCE Revised The Dates Of Improvement And Compartment Examinations Of 10th And 12th, Now The Papers To Be Held On August 20 Will Be On August 19
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The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has changed the dates for the improvement and compartment examinations for ICSE (10th) and ISC (12th) students. According to the notification issued by the council in this regard, the examination which was to be held on August 20 will now be held on August 19. The council has released the new exam dates as well as the new time-table.
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20th August exam will be held on 19th August
According to the released notification, due to the Muharram holiday on 20 August 2021, the papers scheduled on this date will now be held a day earlier i.e. on 19 August. Candidates appearing in the Improvement and Compartment Exam can download the new time table through the official website of the council at cisce.org.
Download new time table from this link
According to the revised time table, the 10th examinations will be conducted on the scheduled dates from 11 am onwards. The duration of the exam is 2 hours. However, the Maths paper will run for 150 minutes and the second language paper will have a duration of 180 minutes.
At the same time, the 12th examination will be conducted in two shifts of three hours each on the scheduled dates. The exams will start at 9 am and 2 pm. However, students will be given 15 minutes before the exam time for paper reading.
10th-12th exam canceled this year
CISCE had canceled the 10th-12th board exams this year due to the corona pandemic. After this, the board had released the results of both the classes on July 24 on the basis of optional evaluation. This year the ICSE result was 99.98 percent, while the ISC pass percentage was 99.76 percent. However, for the students who are dissatisfied with this result, the board will conduct the improvement exam from August 16, by participating in which the students can improve their marks.