1. In Class IX, students get Registered with CBSE in the month of August / September.
2. In Class X students do Form Fill-up for the CBSE Board Examination in the month of August / September by paying fees as fixed by the board.
3.CBSE conducts the SA - 1 (Midterm) & SA - 2 (Year End) Examinations both for the Class IX and X.
4. For Class IX students, CBSE conducts Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) Test in the month of January / February. The PSA marks are reflected as FA - 4 marks in Class IX and Class X. A Class X student can improve his/her PSA scores by appearing the same examination. Appearance in PSA is compulsory for Class IX Students.
5. A student has two options for appearing X Board Examination.
- If after Class X, student wants to continue till Class XII of (+2) CBSE in the same school or at other CBSE Higher Secondary Schools, they shall opt this scheme of examination.
- This CBSE conducted examination will be held in the same school.
- ii. Scheme - 2 (Board Conducted Examination
- If after Class X, student wants to persue +2 stream in other board such as CHSE or ICSE then the student must opt for this scheme of examination.This CBSE conducted examination will be held in some other school.
- Both the examinations are based on same syllabus, question pattern and weightage.
i. Scheme - 1 (School Conducted Examination)
6. After Class X SA - 2 Examination, CBSE declares the result in the month of May / June.
7. CBSE issues Class X Result Certificate, which reflects both Class IX & X scholastic and co-scholastic overall performances (in grades and grade points).
After Class X SA – 2 Examination, CBSE also conducts following two examinations. These are optional and have no relation to Class X performance assessment or admission in +2.Optional Proficiency Test (OPT), to measure his/her learning standard at national level. Student's Global Aptitude Index (SGAI) to determine his/her aptitude and worthiness for a particular stream he/she wishes to opt after +10.