CBSE CLASS 12 DATE SHEET 2017

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CBSE CLASS 12 DATE SHEET 2017

CBSE CLASS 12 DATE SHEET 2017

CBSE EXAMINATION 2017:…….The Countdown begins…….

 Your last mile is the most important mile and is also our first priority.
Click below for complete CBSE Date Sheets.

CBSE CLASS 12 DATE SHEET 2017

CBSE CLASS 10 DATE SHEET

Excerpts from the date sheet for the science students.

Please verify with the original.

CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION 2017

(CLASS XII)
DATE SHEET

10.30 A.M. TO 1.30 P.M.

  • Thursday, 09th March, 2017                                                     ENGLISH 

 

  • Wednesday,15th March, 2017                                                   PHYSICS

 

  • Monday, 20th March, 2017                                                        MATHEMATICS

 

  • Saturday, 25th March, 2017                                                      CHEMISTRY

 

  • Wednesday, 5th April, 2017                                                      BIOLOGY

 

  • Monday, 10th April, 2017                                                          PHYSICAL EDUCATION

 

  • Monday, 17th April, 2017                                                         ECONOMICS

 

 

CBSE CLASS 12 DATE SHEET 2017

CBSE EXAMINATION 2017……..The Countdown begins

The links to CBSE Physics sample paper for the year & the marking scheme have also been appended for ready reference.

Here are useful links for you.

CBSE PHYSICS SAMPLE PAPER 2017

CBSE PHYSICS 2017 MARKING SCHEME

A close look on the marking scheme revealed that some of the hints/brief solutions in the marking scheme are incorrect.

So I thought it appropriate to provide you with the model answers to the questions asked in the sample paper. This will give you an idea about the way  the expected answers are written.

Model Answers CBSE PHYSICS Sample paper 2017

REMEMBER, the answers should be strictly in accordance with the language of the question. Before attempting a question, it is very important to have a clear idea of what has been asked in a particular question. It is always more important to know what has not been asked as the students tend to provide superfluous matter leaving them less or no time for some other questions. This affects our performance in the examination.

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