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ICSE Class 10 Term 2 Exam from Tomorrow; Check Exam Day Guidelines Here

Students are required to reach the exam centre and take their place by 10.45 am as the question papers will be distributed by 10.50 am.

Updated: April 25, 2022 12:41 AM IST

By News Desk | Edited by Victor Dasgupta

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CISCE Exam 2022: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is all set to conduct the class 10 semester 2 exams from 25 April. The students will sit for their English exam tomorrow, which will be held from 11 am to 12.30 pm. The candidates must note that they will have to reach the exam centre and take their place by 10.45 am as the question papers will be distributed by 10.50 am.

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For the convenience of the candidates, we have mentioned the exam day instructions below

  • Candidates must answer only that number of questions mentioned in the question paper.
  • Students must sign their names in the space provided on the top sheet of the answer booklet. They should not scribble or write anything on the top sheet.
  • Students will also have to write UID (Unique Identification Number), index number and subject on the top-sheet of the standard answer booklet.
  • Registered students who will be taking the exam should make sure to carry printout of admit card with them. In case they fail to do so, they may not be allowed to take the exams.
  • Students should make sure to reach the exam centre at least an hour before the exam so as to avoid rush and crowding.
  • Candidates are advised to go through the instructions mentioned on admit card. They should also read the general directions that may be given at the head of a paper.
  • Candidates should not write or scribble anywhere on the top sheet.
  • Use of any electronic devices, hand, desk or other types of calculating machines are not permitted inside the exam hall.

Covid-19 guidelines

  1. Students must use face masks/cover and carry their own hand sanitiser.
  2. Maintain social distance from the main school gate to the examination hall.
  3. Entry or exit from the exam hall in a staggered manner in order to avoid crowding.
  4. Students are required to bring their own writing stationery and avoid sharing the same with other candidates.
  5. The exams will ensue even as students of classes 10 and 12 have demanded their cancellation in view of the surging Covid-19 cases.

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