The Delhi Pre-Board Exam will be held from 15 December to 28 December 2022 in two shifts. The first shift exam will be held from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and the second shift exam will be held from 2 pm to 5 pm. In the first shift, students study in the morning and the general shift will give the exam. At the same time, in the second shift, the students of the evening shift will be involved.
Delhi Pre-Board Exam Guidelines
1- No student will be allowed to submit the answer sheet before the completion of the Delhi Pre-Board Exam.
2- Only 24 students can sit in an examination hall. It is necessary to have at least one invigilator in every class.
3- Every school will have to collect sealed question papers from Zonal Distribution Centers. If any school delays in taking the question paper or demands to open the paper early, then the District Deputy Education Officers have been instructed to take action against them.
4- After the Delhi Pre-Board Exam is over, the question papers that will be saved will be given to the schools. With this, the students of the next batch will be able to practice for the exam from them.
Where will the pre-board exam be held?
All the government schools in Delhi are affiliated with the CBSE Board. Students of these schools will take the exam through the CBSE board (CBSE Board Exam 2023). But the pre-board exam is conducted by the Delhi Government (Directorate of Education). Delhi Pre-Board Exam will be held in the same schools where you are studying. For more information, students can talk to their school teachers/principal.