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CBSE Board Exam 2023: Admit Card, Roll Numbers and Timetable Details


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Central Board of Secondary Education recently released the dates of the Board Exams for the Classes Xth and Xth respectively. CBSE shall soon release admit cards and Roll numbers shortly.

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With the CBSE Board exam around the corner, students’ preparations are on the full swing. Meanwhile, the board is trying its best to ensure that the examinations are conducted in a hassle-free manner. Recently the board released the timetable for the exams on the Official website. According to the published schedule, the X and XII th board exams shall commence on February 15 of this year. Class X boards are scheduled to commence on February 15th and end on March 21st. And the Class XII will commence on February 15, 2023, and end on April 5, 2023.

CBSE Board Exam Schedule

Prospective candidates are awaiting their admit cards and the roll numbers. For the information of students, the board can release the information anytime now. Candidates are advised to check the information on the official CBSE portal.

CBSE Board Exam
CBSE Board Exam

Process to download CBSE Board Exam 2023 Admit Card

The CBSE Board Exam is expected to release both Admit Cards and Roll Numbers in the last week of January. Students can collect their respective admit card from their schools after their release. Afterwards, the students should download their admit card and take a fresh printout of it. They can access their admit card from the official website of the board.

Process to download CBSE Board Exam 2023 Admit Card

Candidates can download the admit card through the official website. Here are the steps to download the Admit card.

  1. Visit the CBSE Official website
  2. Click on Class 10 or 12 admit cards
  3. PDF in a new window opens. Save and Download the card.
  4. Take the printout.
  5. Ensure that the printout should have the signature of the head of the school. Admit cards without the signature of the school head are not acceptable.

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