CBSE Date Sheet 2021-22: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released Class 10 and Class 12 board examination date sheets for first-term board examinations. Students can download CBSE date sheets 2021 PDF file from the official website – In the wake of the challenges being faced by students and teachers due to the continuing pandemic situation, the board has bifurcated Academic Session 2021-22 into two terms (Term 1 & 2) and reduced syllabus for major subjects. While the first-term board examinations for Classes 10 and 12 will be conducted offline in November-December, the second terms are scheduled for March-April 2022. CBSE sample papers 2020-21 for both Classes 10,12 have been already released on Read - CBSE Term Exam Datesheet 2021 to be Released on Monday: 10 Important Things Students Must Not Miss

CBSE Date Sheet 2021 | Here Are The Latest Updates

22.00 PM: CBSE Class 12 Exam Dates

CBSE has released the Class 12 exam date sheet and the board will conduct Class 12 board exams from December 1 to December 22.

21.30 PM: CBSE Class 10 Term-1 Exam Dates

CBSE has released the Class 10 date sheet and the board will conduct their exams from November 30 to December 11.

21.10 PM: Download CBSE Class 12 Term 1 date sheet PDF here 


21.05 PM: Download CBSE Class 10 Term 1 date sheet PDF here 


21.00 PM: CBSE Class 10, Class 12 Date Sheet 2022 Term 1 Released

20.00 PM: Thousands of students awaiting date sheet

Students are waiting impatiently for the release of the date sheet for first-term board exams. While some students tagging CBSE on Twittter, asking about the delay, some are sharing memes.

19.30 PM: Date sheet not released yet

CBSE Class 10, 12 date sheet has not been released on the official websites yet. Students must keep checking this blog and the official website- to stay updated.

18.30 PM: When will CBSE release date sheet?

CBSE will release the Class 10, 12 exam 2022 date sheet today as said by the board in an official notice. However, the board has not declared any timing for the release of CBSE date sheet 2022.

17.15 PM: CBSE warns against fake date sheet

“It has come to the notice of CBSE that a fake date sheet is being circulated on social media for the forthcoming term 1 exams in Nov 2021, to confuse students of class X & XII. It is clarified that the board has not released any official notification in this regard till now,” the bard said.

16.45 PM: CBSE has provided a marking scheme and internal assessment criteria to all affiliated schools and it is mandatory to adhere to the devised curriculum and mark the students accordingly. Schools will be required to upload the marks on CBSE online portal.

16.15 PM: How to download CBSE Class 10, 12 Date Sheet 2022 once released?

  • Visit the official websites–,
  • Click on the CBSE board date sheet link on the homepage
  • Select the respective class
  • Download the CBSE date sheet PDF

15.45 PM: CBSE Class 12 Exam 2022: Evaluation criteria

CBSE Class 12 students will be assessed on the basis of exams and internal assessment. As per the internal assessment criteria devised by the board, students will be evaluated continuously through end of topic or unit tests, exploratory activities, practicals or projects.

15.15 PM: CBSE Class 10, 12 Date Sheet: Where to check?

Students can check the CBSE date sheet on the following websites:

  • 2021

14:51 PM: Students are advised to verify the date sheet from the school to confirm if it is the correct schedule. Do not visit an unofficial website to download the time table.

14:36 PM: If reports are to be believed, term 1 board exams will begin from November 15. However, nothing has been confirmed as of now. A final date sheet will be released shortly at

14:00 PM: CBSE Class 10,12 term-1 exam – Key Highlights

Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour, 30 minutes)

Start time: 11:30 am

End time: 1 pm or 1:20 pm

Candidates will get 20 minutes reading time.

13:55 PM: Meanwhile, students are sharing funny memes on Twitter. Check out some hilarious ones here:-

13:52 PM: CBSE officials have warned students against fake date sheet PDF circulating on WhatsApp. Talking to a portal, a CBSE official confirmed, “The date sheet is not released by board.”

13:00 PM: Once it is signed, the date sheet would be uploaded in PDF format on Students can expect it by evening today.

12:47 PM: Students can expect the date sheets for first-term board examinations by evening today, officials told a leading portal.

12:23 PM: The date sheet of CBSE 12th Science, Arts and Commerce will be released together. Class 12 students must note that time tables won’t be released separately for each stream.

2:19 PM: CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Exam Major Subjects | Hindi Course A, Mathematics Standard, Home Science, Hindi Course B, Science, Social Science, Computer Application, English Language & Literature and Mathematics Basic.

CBSE Class 12  Term 1 Exam Major Subjects |  Hindi Elective, History, Political Science, Geography, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Physical Education, Business Studies, Accountancy, Home Science, Informatics Prac. (New), Computer Science (New), English Core, Hindi Core.

11:34 AM: A fake date sheet is doing rounds on social media. Students must note that the board is yet to release the date sheet. 

10:18 AM: CBSE Class 10, 12 Date Sheet : Steps to Download

  • Visit the official website—
  • Click on the respective link that reads ‘CBSE 12th date sheet 2022 PDF Download’ and CBSE 10th date sheet 2022 PDF Download.
  • A PDF of the CBSE 10th or 12th date sheet will appear on the screen.
  • Download the file and save the date sheet for reference.

09:42 AM: As per the notification issued by the CBSE, the exams would begin from 11:30 am instead of 10:30 in the wake of winter season. The question papers would be shared by the board by 11:10 am. Students would get 20 minutes reading time before the exam. The exams would end at 1:00 pm. CWSN candidates wold get extra time, as per the rules.

09:00 AM: Ahead of the release of CBSE date sheet 2021, a fake timetable listing out dates along with subjects is going viral on on Whatsapp. The viral exam schedule claimed that CBSE would begin first term exams 2021 for class 12 students from November 24 with Chemistry. Students must note that official date sheet is still awaited. Once released, direct link to download PDF would be shared on this page.

08:45 AM: While an official confirmation is awaited, reports have claimed that the board would release the date sheet after 2 pm today. Students are advised to keep an eye on the official website for all the latest information. When the date sheet will be released, direct links will be made available here.

08:43 AM: The board might give long gaps between two papers this time. Last year, the board had given as long as 9-day gap between a few exams. Usually students get a gap of at least three-four days between two papers.

08:39 AM: Earlier CBSE had warned students against fake circulars on social media. Thus students are advised to visit, to download timetable and for other authenticated information.

08:10 AM: Date Sheet 2021 for term 1 examination will be downloadable in PDF format on Earlier the board used to release exam date sheets on but now it will redirect the students to the new website.

07:41 AM: How to check date sheet on phone

After the official announcement, CBSE will upload board exam date sheets on its official website –, To download CBSE Class 10, 12 timetable, visit the official website and find links under the latest announcement section on the homepage.

07:33 AM: CBSE date sheet will contain exam schedule for major subjects. It will also contain instructions for exam day.

07:21 AM: Preparation tips for CBSE term 1 board exams

  • Solve the previous year sample papers
  • Go through the exam pattern of board exams and marking schemes.
  • Ensure that no section or topic is left out
  • Leave time for revision

07:00 AM: The term 1 exams will be objective-type and the duration of the tests will be 90 minutes. However, in view of the winter season, the exams will start from 11.30 am instead of 10.30 am.