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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released an official notice to the schools for class 10th and 12th students. Board has instructed the schools that it is a must for the students to maintain their attendance of 75% till January 01, 2019. If any of the students who are going to appear for the exams for an academic session 2018- 19 doesn’t have at least this percentage of attendance. Then he/ she will not be allowed to appear in the board exams. This is the first time that CBSE is going to take such a strict decision against the students of class 10th and 12th.

Keeping in mind the Delhi High Court's decision CBSE has passed this rule for the students from CBSE board class 10th and 12th. As per the reports, from January 01, 2019 internal assessment of students from both classes will start. Also after January 15, 2019, no requested letter regarding attendance will be accepted. As a result of less percentage than 75%, a student will miss out on a chance to appear in the board exams.

This is really a big surprise for the students of class 10th and 12th. As for preparing for exams students give little preference to be attended in the schools. But for the year 2019 CBSE is coming with a number of changes and the list is not yet ended.

Maintaining the 75% attendance is made compulsory due to the decision of the High Court for declaring the result a bit earlier this time. If we look back then, HC has ordered the board CBSE to declare the result including the revaluation result before the Delhi University(DU) admission process. Moreover, CBSE is going to conduct the exams for the vocational subjects of class 10th and 12th initially in the month of February, and later on core subjects in the month of March.

Students are eagerly waiting for their date sheet for session 2018-19. CBSE date sheet 2019 is expected to be released earlier than that of the previous year. According to the reports, CBSE will first release the date sheet for the practical exams expectedly by December 11th. After this, the board will come up with the date sheet of the main examinations expectedly by the second week of January. Around lakhs of students have registered themselves under the CBSE board and At the same time, the students are also waiting for their entire exam schedule. Although CBSE has only confirmed this that the exams will be conducted only after February 15th. 

Though it is advised to the students to hold some patience and the datasheet will soon be available. Stay firm and confident with your preparation. Being fearless and confident will surely ace your preparation strategy.

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