In this article, you will get CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 Guidelines. As you know CBSE has already announced the date sheet for the term 2 board examination of class X and the datasheet for term 2 board examination class XII on 11.03.2022. This article will help you with the points to be taken care of during this board examination.
CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 Guidelines
The CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 is commencing on 26/04/2022 and ends on 15/06/2022. Here you will get some important instructions for candidates. So here we go!
PERMITTED ITEMS, BARRED ITEMS, AND DRESS CODE for CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022
Watch this video for what is permitted items, barred items and dress codes for candidates appearing in the CBSE term 2 board exam.
- Candidates will be extensive and compulsorily checked before entering the examination centre.
- Permitted Items:
- Admit card and Identity Proof for private candidates
- Stationery Items:
- Transparent Pouch, Geometry/Pencil Box
- Blue/Royal Blue Ink/Ball Point/Gel Pen, Scale, Writing Pad, Eraser
- Analogue Watch, Trans-parent Water Bottles
- Hand Sanitizer 50 ml
- Metro Card, Bus Pass
- Barred Items:
- Stationery Items:
- Textual Material (printed or written)
- Bits of paper
- Calculator (Candidates with Learning disabilities i.e., Dyscalculia are permitted to use)
- Pen Drives, Memory Card
- Log table (Shall be provided by centres)
- Electronic Pen/Scanner
- Communication Devices
- Mobile Phone
- Health Band
- eatable items
- Stationery Items:
Any other item which could be used for unfair means. Use of the above or similar items will be treated under the UFM (Unfair Means) category and will attract punishment as per rules.
Seating Arrangements – CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 Guidelines
According to CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 Guidelines, the exam centres are directed to strictly make the searing arrangements in multiple of 18 candidates only in the examination room/hall. Only one room with less than 18 candidates will be permitted in the examination centre.
Instructions for candidates CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 Guidelines
The candidates are expected to follow these instructions during board examinations 2022.
- Candidates are permitted to carry the following items: –
- Hand sanitiser (50ml.) in a transparent bottle.
- Mask to cover the face
- Hand gloves only on hands
- Transparent Water bottles for their personal use
- Admit Card, School Identity Card
- Candidates will cover their noses and mouth with masks.
- Candidates will follow social distancing norms strictly.
- Candidates will carry their own drinking water.
- Candidates will not exchange or lend articles.
- Candidates will use the safe mode of transportation for coming to the examination centre and returning back home.
- Candidates will follow all instructions displayed in school and communicated to them.
- Candidates should try to avoid contact with unknown persons.
- Candidates will throw used tissue/ face masks into closed bins immediately after use.
- Candidates will maintain good hygiene in toilets during and after use.
- Candidates should not touch their eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
- Candidates will not shake hands or hug at any cost while greeting.
- Candidates will refrain from spitting in public places.
- Candidates will seek advice on COVID from their parents while coming to appear for the examination.
- Candidates will be given an additional time of 15 minutes before they start writing their answers. This time should be given exclusively for reading and understanding the question paper and this time should be 15 minutes before the scheduled time of starting of examination
Now in the next section of CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 Guidelines we are going to discuss instructions for parents:
Instructions for Parent CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 Guidelines
- They should ensure that their ward is carrying pocket hand sanitiser in transparent bottles, hand gloves, transparent drinking water bottles and only other permissible stationary items only while going to the examination centre.
- They should ensure that their ward has a covered nose and mouth with a face mask.
- They should guide their ward to follow social distancing norms strictly.
- They should instruct their ward not to exchange or loan articles.
- They should ensure that their ward uses the safe mode of transportation for going to the examination centre and returning back home.
- They should instruct their ward to follow all instructions displayed in school and communicated to them.
- In case their ward is not feeling well, they should consult the doctor and act as per the advice given by him.
- They should instruct their ward to avoid contact with unknown persons.
- They should instruct their ward to throw used tissue/ face masks into closed bins immediately after use.
- They should guide their ward on the other important guidelines issued by the Government of India to avoid the spreading of COVID-19 and to protect themselves.
- All stakeholders will follow other guidelines issued by the Government of India from time to time
Important points for filling up information on the answer sheet
Candidates should fill up the following information as per Admit card neatly and accurately on the OMR Sheet on the Left-hand side of the OMR Sheet:
- Subject Code
- Day and Date of Examination
- Medium of answering the paper
- Code No. as written on the Top of the Question Paper / Set number
- No. of Supplementary answer book(s) used
- Differently abled candidate
- Tick the category, if differently-abled
- Whether writer provided If visually challenged, name of the software used.
On the Right-hand side of the OMR Sheet:
- Candidate’s Name: In Capital Letters. Each letter is filled in one box and one box is left blank between each part of the name. (24 boxes have been provided for the Candidate’s Name. In case, Candidate’s Name exceeds 24 characters candidate be asked to write first 24 characters)
- Write and darken the appropriate circle as applicable for:
- Candidate’s Name in CAPITAL LETTERS
- Roll No.
- Subject Code
- Centre No.
- Roll No. in Words
- School No. as per Admit Card
- Father’s /Guardian’s Name
- Signature of Candidate
- In addition to filling in the information required on the title sheet of the main answer book and slip of the supplementary answer book, the candidate should be asked to write the question paper code number in the space provided on the title sheet carefully
- Candidates are instructed not to write their name, roll no. or make any distinguishable sign or mark anywhere inside the Answer Book
- roll no. and/or name is not written on the graph paper, map etc. but roll no. is written on the supplementary answer book(s)
DIRECTIONS FOR CANDIDATES – Appendix C
- Entry in the examination centre will be from 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.
- No candidate will be allowed to enter in the examination centre after 10.00 a.m. whatsoever may be the reason. This should be strictly complied with.
- The doors of the examination hall/room will open 45 minutes before the time specified for the commencement of Examination i.e., at 09.45 A.M. Candidates are advised to be in their seats 30 minutes before the scheduled commencement of the examination. After 10.00 A.M. no candidate will be allowed to enter the examination centre. Admission of any candidate to the examination hall in contravention of these instructions shall be considered invalid for that particular paper.
- Candidates are required to bring their own pen, pencil and ink. Only blue black or royal blue ink/ball point pen is to be used.
- A seat marked with his/her Roll number will be allotted to each candidate. Candidates will be required to find out and occupy their allotted seats.
- No candidate, without permission of the Assistant Superintendent, shall leave his/her seat or the Examination Hall until the end of the examination.No candidate shall speak without permission. If it is necessary for the candidate to communicate, he/she shall stand up in his/her place and one of the Assistant Superintendents will see to his/her requirements.
- Before beginning his/her paper, he/she shall write on the title sheet of his/her answer book the subject and question paper code number. He/she shall write his/her Roll No. in the space provided on title sheet and nowhere else in the answer book. He/she shall also write Roll No. on his/her question paper as soon as it is received by him/her. Roll No. shall also be written on the slip in the supplementary answer-book.
- Answers shall be written on both sides of the answer book supplied to the candidate and on both sides of the answer book. No candidate shall tear out any leaf from the answer book.
- If a candidate writes his/her Roll No. or puts any special mark in any part of the answer book or drawing sheet, map etc. other than the space provided for the purpose, he will render himself liable to have his paper cancelled.
- On the expiry of time the answer book must be handed over to the Assistant Superintendent irrespective whether the candidate has answered the paper in full or in part or not at all.
- Smoking & using of intoxicants is strictly prohibited in the Examination centre. Candidate found doing so during the course of the examination shall be liable to be expelled from the Examination Centre by the Centre Superintendent.
- Candidates can be physically searched by the Centre Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent/Inspectors deputed by the Board before or during the examination at any time.
- In case any page(s) of the answer book or Supplementary Answer book is/are found missing/ torn at the Examination Centre or is/are reported so by the candidate the same may be recorded on the answer book by the Assistant Superintendent and a written report be given to this effect with details to the Centre Supdts. for onward transmission to the concerned Regional Office.
- The candidate shall not ask for supplementary answer sheet till the main answer book/the earlier supplementary answer book is filled.
- The Candidate can visit the examination Centre prior to the date of examination.
- Apart from what is stated to be unfair means in the rules, regulations and Bye-Laws of the Board, if a candidate during the course of examination, is found indulging I n any of the following, he/she shall specifically be deemed to have used unfair means at the examinations and as such his/her result shall not be declared but shall be marked as UNFAIRMEANS (U.F.M.):
- Having in possession any item or article which has been prohibited in examination centre or may be used for unfair practices including any stationery item, communication device, accessories, eatable items, ornaments or any other material or information relevant or not relevant to the examination in the paper concerned;
- Paying/Placing someone else to write examination (impersonation) on candidate’s behalf or preparing material for copying;
- Breaching examination rules or any direction issued by CBSE from time to time, in connection with the conduct of EXAMINATIONS;
- Assisting other candidate to engage in malpractice, giving or receiving assistance directly or indirectly of any kind or attempting to do so;
- Writing questions or answers on any material other than the answer book given by the Centre Superintendent for writing answers;
- Tearing of any page of the answer book or supplementary answer book etc.;
- Contacting or communicating or trying to do so with any person, other than the Examination Staff, during the examination time in the examination centre;
- Communicating with another candidate or the Assistant Superintendent directly or indirectly.
- Taking away the answer book out of the examination hall/room/centre;
- Smuggling out Question Paper or its part or smuggling out answer books/ supplementary answer sheet or part thereof;
- Threatening any of the officials connected with the conduct of the examinations or threatening any of the candidates;
- Using or attempting to use any other undesirable method or means in connection with the examination;
- Forceful entry/exit in/from Examination Centre/Hall;
- Use or attempted use of any electronic device after entering the examination centre;
- Uploading/sharing any examination related material, correct or wrong, on social media.
- Affixing/uploading of fabricated photograph on the admit card;
- Erasing or obliterating any information printed on the ANSWER BOOK(S);
- Providing wrong information on the answer sheet;
- Having in possession Question papers of previous years;
- If a candidate approaches any Authority(ies)/person(s) related to the conduct of exams soliciting unauthorised privilege(s) in these Examinations.
- taking legal course or any other means to influence CBSE for gaining advantage in their favour, by providing false information
- A candidate found guilty of any of the unfair means mentioned at above-
- may be disqualified by the Board from the examination in that year (i.e., his/her examination for that year may be cancelled);
- may further be debarred by the Board from appearing at any examination of the Board for a period which may extend up to five years; and
- in serious cases, may permanently be debarred by the Board from taking any examination of the Board.
- All cases of Unfair Means will be dealt as per the following GUIDELINES
|1||Having Question Papers of previous years. Supported by the report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|2||Writing questions or answers on any material other than the answer book for writing answer. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|3||Tearing of any page of the answer book or supplementary answer book etc. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff or Evaluator.|
|4||Contacting or communicating or trying to do so with any person, other than the Examination Staff,|
during the examination time in the examination centre. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff
|5||Having copying material (hard copy or soft copy including electronic devices) in his/her possession|
but did not use it. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff
|6||Breaching examination rules or any direction issued by CBSE from time to time, in connection with the|
conduct of Examinations. Supported by credible evidence.
A consequence of category 1 cases:
- Cancellation of current examination in the concerned subject.
- Shall be allowed to take the examination in that subject in the Compartment examination, if otherwise eligible.
- The benefit of doubt shall be given to such candidates against whom no evidence is available to testify to the foul intents on their part.
|1||Affixing/uploading of fabricated photograph on the admit card. Supported by documentary evidence|
|2||Erasing or obliterating any information printed on the Answer Book(s). Supported by report of Invigilator/checking staff or Evaluator|
|3||Providing wrong information on the answer sheet. Supported by documentary evidence.|
|4||Having copying material in his/her possession (hard copy or soft copy including electronic devices) and|
having used it. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff or Evaluator.
|5||Having communicated with another candidate or the Assistant Superintendent directly or indirectly. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|6||Assisting other candidate to engage in malpractice Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|7||Giving assistance to other candidates directly or indirectly of any kind or attempting to do so. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|8||Taking assistance from other candidates directly or indirectly of any kind or attempting to do so. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
Consequences of Category 2 cases:
- Cancellation of current examination in full subjects.
- Shall have to take the examination in full subjects in the next year.
|1||Taking away the answer book out of the examination hall/room/centre.|
|2||Smuggling out Question Paper or part thereof, out of the examination hall. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|3||Smuggling out answer books/supplementary answer sheet or part thereof, out of the examination hall. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|4||Use or attempted use of any electronic device after entering the examination centre. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|5||Using abusive language, threatening the staff on duty. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|6||Indulging in violence at the time of examination or thereafter in the examination center. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|7||forceful entry/exit in/from Examination Centre or Hall. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
Consequences for Category Cases:
- Cancellation of current as well as next year’s examination in full subjects.
- shall have to take the examination in full subjects thereafter
|1||Impersonation. Paying/placing/making someone else to write examination. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff.|
|2||Uploading/sharing any examination related material, correct or wrong, on social media. Supported by credible evidence.|
|3||Approaching any Authority(ies)/person(s) related to the conduct of exams soliciting unauthorised privilege(s) in these Examinations. Supported by report of such authority.|
|4||Taking legal course or any other means to influence CBSE for gaining advantage in their favour, by providing false information. Supported by documentary evidence.|
The consequence for Category 4 Cases:
- Cancellation of current as well as of next three years’ examination in full subjects.
- shall have to take the examination in full subjects thereafter.
|1||A candidate found guilty of using obscene/derogatory language in the answer book. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff or Evaluator.|
|2||Having enclosed/attached a currency note or other such instrument with the answer book with or without any appeal/message for the evaluator. Supported by report of invigilator/checking staff or Evaluator.|
Consequences of Category 5 Cases:
- Counselling by UFM Committee so that he/she abstains from using such language in the answer book in future examinations.
- Currency notes etc. shall be forfeited and deposited in Board’s account.