CBSE Class 12th Board Exam 2019

CBSE 12th Board Exam Date Sheet, Registration, Time Table, Syllabus, Results 2019



CBSE board has released the admit card for the private students of class 10th and 12th. The admit card can be downloaded from the official website.

1. CBSE has published the new revised datesheet for the class 12th board examination 2019. Subjects such as computer science and informatics practice will be conducted on 2 April 2019. Whereas Philosophy, Entrepreneurship, Human Rights & Gender Studies, Theatre Studies and Library & Information science exams to be held on 4 April 2019

2. CBSE has published the new updated board examination Timetable for class 10th and 12th. The board exam will commence by 21st February 2019 and will end by 3rd April 2019. Scroll down to get the complete schedule of 2019 board examination.

3. Class- XII CBSE Submission of forms for Private Candidates 2019. The Online submission of Registration form for 2019 Board examination candidates placed in the category FAIL/COMPARTMENT.

Those who wish to appear for improving their performance or for an Additional subject as the Private candidate for the examination scheduled to be held in February/March/April 2019 has been started.

New Exam Timing for Class 12th board: CBSE has regulated the entry timing in Exam Hall for the board examination for the session 2019, now as per the new CBSE norms students will report at the examination centres by 10:15 am whereas earlier is used to be by 9:15 am.

Alert: List of Vocational Subjects for February & March 2019 has been released by CBSE official. Click Here to check all the vocational subjects for 12th & 10th.

CBSE has released the list of vocational subjects whose examination will be conducted in the month of February 2019 whereas the CBSE board has decided to start the board examination for class 12th in the month of March 2019 CBSE offers about 40 skill education courses in class 12th and 10th.  

Introduction To CBSE 12th Board Exam 2019:

  • About: CBSE stands for Central Board OF Secondary Education. It Conducts the board Examination across India.

  • Background: Central Board OF Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts the 10th and 12th level examination and is a national level board of education body in India.

  • Repute: It is one of the esteemed boards in India and its examination is viewed as one of the toughest in India.

  • Frequency: CBSE 12th Board Exam is conducted once a year usually in the first week of March. Exam gets completed over a span of 30 to 40 days from the date of the commencement of the exam.

  • Capacity: Central Board of Secondary education (CBSE) has become the largest board in India after the addition of NET in the year 2014.

  • Education: The board provides stress-free, holistic and student-centric education with aiming to enrich the educational quality.

  • Preference: CBSE board has the advantage of being the most preferred board all over India and it has been given more preference as compared to other boards as this board comprises a maximum number of schools in India.  

CBSE 12 Result – Last Year's Statistics

If you are feeling nervous or anxious about the upcoming CBSE 12th Result 2019, you don't need to worry. It is quite natural to be a bit edgy as CBSE 12th Class Result 2019 is an important event that will shape your academic and professional careers. The key to managing this pressure is in setting realistic goals and expectations for the CBSE Result 2019.  In order to do this, we have given last year's CBSE 12th Result statistics below. These statistics will help you to understand the competition and to evaluate your chances of performance.

  • In 2018, nearly 11 lakh candidates Registered —
    • 6,38,865 Male Candidates

    • 4,60,026 Female Candidates

For the CBSE Class 12 exam against 10.67 lakh in the year 2017. The number of centres and schools registered for the Class 12 exam were 3,502 and 10,678 respectively. The CBSE topper scored 99.6 percent, while the second topper from Chandigarh scored 99.4 percent.

  • CBSE 12th Exam will be conducted at 4,138 centers across India and 71 centers outside India.

  • A total of 2,846  differently-abled candidates have registered for CBSE class 12. Special arrangements have been made for them. 

CBSE 12th Result – Last Year's Statistics

Total number of students

Nearly 11 lakh

Overall pass percentage

82 %

The overall pass percentage of girls


The overall pass percentage of boys


After looking at the above numbers, it seems that the overall performance in CBSE Class 12 Result 2018 will surpass last year's statistics. All the students, parents and even the CBSE Board seems to be confident about this trend.

CBSE 12th Board Exam Highlights 2019:

CBSE 12th Board Exam 2019 Highlights: Exam Overview   


Board name

Central Board of Secondary Examination



Exam Name

CBSE 12th Board Exam

Commencement of Exam 

21st February 2019

  Exam Centres

All over in India


Delhi, INDIA 


Contact details

011-22509256, 22509257, 22509258, 22509259.

CBSE 12th Board Date Sheet 2019:

  • Declaration: The Central Board Of Secondary education has declared the date sheet/timetable for CBSE 12th Board examinations 2019 on their official site.

  • Duration: According to the CBSE Date Sheet/time table available on the official website, the CBSE 12th exams will be held from 21st February 2019 and will end up by 03rd April 2019.

  • Time Slot: The candidates can download the CBSE 12th Exam Timetable from the official site. The exam timing for the class 12th has been scheduled from 10:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m and there are no breaks in between the examination.

CBSE 12th Board Registration 2019:

  • Registration: Application Form has been released online on the official site of the CBSE board. The candidates of 12th class are required to fill the CBSE 12th Board Exam 2019 Application Form at the earliest before the last date arrives.

  • Official Site: Students can read more about CBSE 12th Board Exam 2019 about Registration Form procedure by going through the registration section.

  • No Delay: The registration form for 12th class board exam is available online on their official site. It is obligatory for the students of the 12th class to fill the CBSE 12th Board Exam Application Form at the latest the last date. The students who neglect to do as such won't be permitted to appear for the CBSE 12th Board Exam.

  • School Authority: The school can also do the registration for their students. Follow the steps for CBSE 12th Board Registration process.

 CBSE 12th Board Admit Card 2019:

  • Trend: The Examinations and the Admit card distribution date has been the same as earlier year patterns and examinees have been spared from the stress of waiting for the CBSE admit card/hall ticket till the last few days before the examination. 

  • CBSE 12th board Admit Card will be available to download 24hours for about next 25 days online on the official website of CBSE after which official stamp is to be taken on it from concerned schools.

CBSE 12th Board Syllabus 2019:

  • Subjects: CBSE has presented all the syllabus for the CBSE 12th Board Exam 2019-19. The syllabus and the part astute imprints circulation are accessible on the official site of CBSE. The syllabus is also accessible on our Syllabus Section.

  • Languages options available(I & II): The following is the available option to choose from for two languages i.e. core/elective 































  • For III, IV & V: Three electives to choose from the following




Computer Science



Engineering Graphics



 CBSE 12th Board Result 2019:


Date of Examination(tentative)

Exam Result Date

CBSE 12th 

March 5 to April 13-2019

29th May 2019

  • Past Trend: Taking a look at the present reputation of the CBSE 12th Result delivery timeframe, it appears that the CBSE Board will figure out how to pronounce the outcomes this year also.

  • Result Date: The experts are presuming that the results will be declared on time, as per the schedule of the academic calendar.  Approximately, the CBSE 12th Result comes out by the fourth week of May every year. 

  • Keep Track: CBSE Class 12th 2019 Results candidates must be in touch with the official website of CBSE whereas student needs to enter his or her date of birth, school code and also the centre code to check the marks.  

CBSE Board Class 12th FAQ's (Frequently asked questions) and their Answers:

What is the pass criteria for Class 12th?

  • A candidate has to pass all five subjects as per board.

Can a candidate appear in two or more subjects in compartment examination in class 12th?

  • No, since compartment examination in class 12th is a single day examination.

How does a candidate apply for verification of marks in class 12th?

  • Verification of marks

  • Provides a photocopy of evaluated answer books

  • Re-evaluation of identified subjects

Is it mandatory to pass in Theory and Practical Examinations separately at class 12th?

  • Yes, candidates have to obtain 33% marks in each subject to qualify the subject. In a subject involving practical work, a candidate must obtain 33% marks in the theory and 33% marks in the practical separately in addition to 33% marks in aggregate, in order to qualify in that subject.

Do the marks increase after verification/ Evaluation?

  • The marks may increase or decrease on verification/ Evaluation and the candidate will have to accept the revised result.

Is a new mark sheet issued after verification/ Evaluation?

  • Yes, a new mark-sheet is issued in case of the change in marks. 

If a student fails in the pre-board examination conducted by the school. Can he/she be detained from appearing in the class 12th exam?

  • No, he/she can still give the exams.

Is it possible for a student who has failed in Science stream in Class XII to change subjects to pass at subsequent examination?

  • Yes, but with prior permission of the board.

Is it compulsory for a student to repeat the practical examination also if he/she fails in theory?

  • The candidate has an option to appear for practical examination again or retain the previous year practical marks for two consecutive years.

Does the Board provide any supplementary material for students preparing for 10th and 12th examinations?

  • Yes, the CBSE Board publishes Sample Question Papers and marking schemes for Class 10th and 12th.


Are the questions for 12th board exams strictly based on NCERT Books?

  • NCERT books cover the prescribed syllabus and are recommended for studies.

Are marks deducted for missing steps in Maths?

  • Yes, marks are deducted for missing steps. It will be better to get a copy of the Marking Scheme to know about the weightage and steps and practice accordingly.

What are the choices available to a student of Class XII having Commerce with Maths after +2?

  • The student can opt for B.Com(Hons.), Economics (Hons.), BBA, ICWA, CA course.

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