Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started with class 10 and class 12 exams from February 15, 2020. While the exams for the main subjects are going to start from February 26, 2020. So, if you are a regular or private student then check out this last minute to do list before appearing for the exams. The instructions listed here are as per the official notification released on its official website – cbse.nic.in.
CBSE Important Instructions 2020
What Items Allowed Inside Exam Hall
Students appearing for class 10th and 12th exams 2020 make a list of these items allowed to carry inside the exam hall.
- Admit Card and School Identity
- Transparent Pouch
- Geometry / Pencil Box
- Blue/ Royal Blue Ball Point / Gel Pen
- Writing Pad
- Analogue Watch
- Transparent Water Bottles
- Metro Card/ Bus Card
Please Note: No Black Pen Is Allowed For CBSE 2020 Exam.
What Items Are Strictly Restricted Inside Exam Hall
Why to make delay in the exam if we have the list of items of not allowed inside the exam hall? So, have a look at the following points as listed below.
- Any Textual Material (Printed/ Written)
- Bits of Paper
- Log Table (Provided by the board at the exam centre)
- Electronic Pen/ Scanner
- Mobile Phone
- Health Band
- Pouches (other than transparent)
- Any eatable item packed or opened except for diabetic patient
Dress Code For Exams 2020
Regular and private students appearing for class 10th and 12th exams 2020 need to appear for the exams while wearing their school uniform only with their identity card.
Reaching Exam Centre After 10:00 am Not Allowed
CBSE board exam 2020 examination starts from 10:00 am. Students must ensure that they reach their respective exam centre by 9:45 am. Entry inside the exam hall after 10:00 am is not allowed. Thus, to avoid any kind of delay in the exam it is must to be on time.
Instructions On Question Papers
Once you received your question paper students are advised to read all the instructions carefully and follow the instructions given on the answer book. The details need to enter must be accurate and relevant.
All The Best for your exams!
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