List of Barred Items in CBSE Board Exams 2021 – 2022 – The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started conducting the Class 10, 12 Term 1 exam 2021-22. The exam has been started for ‘Minor’ subjects. Lakhs of students are appearing for the CBSE Term 1 exam 2021-22 at their respective schools. The candidates must be aware of the items that are barred in CBSE Board Exams as any student found carrying any of the barred item shall not be allowed to sit for the examination. Carrying any certain items to the exams that incriminated you will lead you to direct disqualification from the CBSE Board Exams 2021. The candidates can check all the necessary details regarding the List of Barred Items in CBSE Board Exams 2021 from this page.
List of Barred Items in CBSE Board Exams 2021
Here is the list of items that should not be carried by the candidates while appearing for their CBSE Board Exams 2021 for the classes 10th and 12th, or else they would not be allowed to give their exams:-
- Unnecessary Stationery items that are not required in the particular exam
- Pen drive
- Log table
- Electronic pen
- Communication device – mobile phone, Bluetooth, earphone, microphone, pager, health band.
- Paper Chits
- Accessories of any sort – ring, nose pin, chain, necklace, pendant, badge, brooch.
- Watch/Wrist Watch
- Any metallic item
- Any eatable item opened or packed
CBSE Board Exams 2021-22 Dress Code
CBSE Dress code has been formulated to minimize the chances of a candidate using unfair means of items. Heavy clothes with accessories make an invigilated suspicion that the candidate is hiding something such as notes or electronic devices. This dress code may seem inconvenient to the candidates but it is for their own benefit only. Here is the following dress code that must be followed by the candidates of Class 10th and 12th while appearing for the CBSE Board Exams 2021:-
- Wear your School uniform.
- The candidates must wear light clothes.
- The clothes must have half sleeves.
- The clothes must not have very big buttons.
- There must be no brooch or flower or badge.
- The candidates must wear trousers for boys and salwar for girls.
- The clothes must not have any heavy embroidery or glitters.
- Wear school shoes or flat sandals or slippers.
- Do not wear any sort of accessories.
- Do not wear a wrist watch.
- Do not wear any bracelets.
- Wallets or Handbags should be avoided.
Rules for CBSE Board Exam Day 2021
Here are some important exam day rules and instructions that must be followed by the candidates of Classes 10th and 12th while appearing for the CBSE Board Exams 2021:-
- The candidates should enter the examination center atleast 20 minutes before the reporting timing.
- The candidates must carry their respective CBSE Board Admit Card 2021 and School ID Card to the examination center, or else they would not be allowed to give their examinations.
- The invigilators will check the candidate’s CBSE Board Admit Card 2021/ School ID Card before letting them enter the examination hall.
- The candidates will be allotted a particular seat according to their board roll number. Do not sit on any other seat.
- The candidates must maintain the CBSE Dress code by wearing proper uniforms and shoes.
- The candidates must not carry any barred items to the examination hall.
- The candidates will be provided with a time duration of 3 hours to complete their examination.
- The candidates will be provided with an extra 15 minutes of time duration to go through their question paper correctly.
- The invigilator will check the candidate’s CBSE Admit Card and also sign their answer sheets.
- Any kind of unfair means of behavior of the candidates will not be tolerated and they will be disqualified.
- Physically handicapped candidates will be provided with an extra 30 minutes of time duration to complete their exams.
- All the candidates should maintain a complete silence inside the examination hall.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level education board of India. The CBSE Board was formed by the Government of India for educational purposes on 2 July 1929. The CBSE Board was a bold experiment towards the inter-state integration and corporation of secondary Education. The Board has its main headquarters located in New Delhi, India. The Board has more than 26,000 affiliated schools combining both in India and Abroad. The CBSE Board handles and manages all the education related responsibilities and policies for its affiliated authorities.