Jharkhand Board Exams Begins on February 21, 2019
Jharkhand Board Exams – The future of more than 7 lakh students of the schools of Jharkhand will take a turn as they will appear for the class X and class XII Board examinations.
The Class X and Class Xll Board Examinations of the State of Jharkhand begin from 20th February 2019 and will conclude on March 9, 2019.
Time Table and Itinerary
The Jharkhand Madhyamik Examinations will start at 9:45 a.m and go on till 1:00 p.m, this for the Commerce/Home Science streams whereas the ITS/IIT/MAE/HEL/BAW/TAT/RET/SEC papers will be conducted from 9:45 am to 12:30 pm. The JAC or the Jharkhand Academic Council will hold the Vocational Examinations for all the streams of Intermediate Students on the 20th February 2019.
The Jharkhand 10th Board Examination will be held in the morning session starting at 9:45 am ending at 1:00 pm from date February 20, 2019, to March 9, 2019.
The afternoon session from 2:00 pm to 5:15 pm will be reserved for the 12th Board Examinations also starting from February 20, 2019, to March 9, 2019.
The practical examinations for all the required subjects of both the Boards viz 10th Board and 12th Board have already been held.
The students have already been issued the admit cards on January 25, 2019.
Special Instructions for students
It is advised that the students read carefully all, the instructions and the JAC Class 10, 12 exams 2019 rules printed on the admit cards and follow them diligently so as to avoid any discrepancies and misunderstandings. This is especially important as the nervous student is apt to falter if he /she does not read the instructions properly and attempt the answers with a cool mind.
The availability of extra 15 minutes time after the distribution of the question papers will be given for the students to go through the questions and understand them properly, but it is to be noted that no one will be allowed to write the answers during this 15 minute period.
As the number of students appearing for the 10th Board and 12th Board Examinations in Jharkhand this year is more than 7 lakhs the number of centres set up by the JAC is 1,137 all through the state.
An important feature this year is the installation of CCTV cameras in centres and disallowing mobile phones to be taken into the classrooms by candidates as well as invigilators in order to keep strict vigilance and prevent the use of unfair means.