CBSE 10th releases separate Mathematics Basic and Standard Sample Question Papers, Download at cbseacademic.nic.in, Get Direct Link
CBSE 10th and 12th Sample Question Papers 2020 2019 Released: The Central Board of Secondary Education has released separate sample question papers for Mathematics Basic and Standard. The students who wish to appear for the Mathematics Basic and Standard examination can visit the official website to download the sample question papers. The CBSE introduced the Mathematics Basic and Standard examinations to make it simpler for the students who do not wish to pursue Mathematics in their higher secondary level. Candidates can download the Mathematics Basic and Mathematics Standard sample question papers from the official website. The sample papers are also available through the direct link given below.
To download the sample question papers of class 10 and 12 candidates need o click on the class 10/12 link provided. The sample question papers of class 10 and 12 are available in the PDF format which can be downloaded for reference.
Steps to check the CBSE class 10 and 12 Sample Question Papers
Step 1: Visit the official website provided
Step 2: Click on class 10 and 12 Sample Question Papers notification
Step 3: Click on the Class 10/12 link given
Step 4: Download sample questions and marking scheme for reference
The Central Board of Secondary Education had recently increased the examination fee for the class 10 and 12 students appearing for the board examination in 2020. The board, however, received a lot of slack from the parents and students for the sudden hike in the examination fee.
The Delhi Cabinet has now approved the government’s proposal of paying the CBSE examination fee of around 3.14 lakh class 10 and 12 students from the government schools from 2019-20. This move is estimated to cost the government Rs. 57 Crore.
In a meeting held on Wednesday, the cabinet approved the Department of Education’s proposal that the government of Delhi will be paying the CBSE examination fee for the class 10 and 12 students from government schools and government-aided schools which include those taken over and Patrachar Vidyalayas.
The government has announced that it will be paying the fee following the board’s decision to increase the examination fee last month. As per the revised fee, the students from the general category need to submit Rs 1500 as exam fee while those from the reserved categories have to pay an exam fee of Rs 1200 for five subjects and 300 for additional subjects.