The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the CBSE Term 2 Admit Cards for the Class 10 and 12 board examinations in the year 2022. Admission cards can only be obtained by schools through cbse.gov.in, according to a notice on the e-Pareeksha portal. Students can also access their CBSE admission cards by entering their school affiliation number.
The admit card contains vital information such as exam locations, dates, and other instructions. Although multiple accusations of cheating were discovered during the term 1 test, CBSE allowed pupils to take exams in their schools. “For the term 2 exams, new test centers will be assigned,” CBSE announced when announcing the term 1 results. Exam centers will be assigned to students solely by their institutions.
Step 1: Visit the official CBSE website
To get the CBSE Term 2 Admit Card, go to the Central Board of Secondary Education’s official website, i.e., @cbse.gov.in.
Step 2: Click on the main website
After visiting the official website of CBSE, a link to the Main Website will appear; click on it to go to another page.
Step 3: Locate the option named “Admit Card “
An option for Admit Card (Hall Ticket) will appear; click on it to be redirected to another web page.
Step 4: Fill out the needed credentials
After the redirect, it will prompt you to provide the needed credentials. Fill in the required information.
Step 5: Print or download the admit care for future references
After filling in the required credentials, print or download your CBSE Term-2 10th or 12th Admit card for 2022.
Schools must stamp the hall tickets with the principal’s signature before handing them to the students after downloading the CBSE Term 2 Admit Card. Before obtaining their CBSE Class 10 and 12 Admit Cards, students should double-check all of the information on them to ensure that they are valid for Term 2 Exams.
Remember that the CBSE term 2 tests will be place in April and will include 50% of the previously prescribed reduced syllabus. The exam is 2 hours long and has a case-based, situation-based, open-ended short response, and lengthy-type question format.