By | 01 Mar 2023 at 12:37 PM
RBSE board exam syllabus 2023: Rajasthan board 10th 12th main exam 2023 syllabus released

RBSE Time Table 2023: Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education has made a minor change in the time table (RBSE Date Sheet 2023) of the Board’s examinations beginning from March 9. Administrator and Divisional Commissioner BL Mehra stated at the board headquarters in Ajmer that due to the state government designating a public holiday on the occasion of Mahavir Jayanti on April 3, the board’s previously scheduled examinations will now take place on Tuesday, April 4. He stated that the test for Mathematics of class 10 and Computer Science – Informatics Practice of class 12 was scheduled for April 3 but will now be held on Tuesday, April 4. The Board’s website now has a link to the Partial Revised Test Schedule.

Senior Secondary exams for the class of 2023 will take place from March 9 to April 12. While the secondary level examinations will commence from March 16 and end on April 11. A number of 21,12,206 students have applied for the Rajasthan Board Exam this year. 1031072 students will take the 12th test, 10,68,383 students will take the 10th exam, 5609 students will take the Senior Upadhyaya exam, and 7142 students will take the Praveshika exam.

New Time Table of 10th Exam (RBSE 10th Time Table 2023)

March 16 – English

March 21 – Hindi

March 25 – Social Science

March 29 – Science

April 4 – Mathematics (Earlier this paper was to be held on April 3)

April 8 – Third language – Sanskrit, Urdu, Gujarati, Sindhi, Punjabi, Sanskrit (first question paper) – entrance examination

April 11 – Examination of Vocational subjects and Sanskrit (Paper II).

This year 6 thousand 81 examination centres have been put up in the entire state. Of these, 49 examination centres have been identified as sensitive and 24 examination centres as extremely sensitive examination centres. Special security measures will be in place at these examination centres. The RBSE 10th test was passed by 82.89 percent of students last year (2023). Girls passed with an 84.38 percentile, while males passed with an 81.62 percentile. Whereas Nagaur had the highest pass rate of 91.44 percent, Pratapgarh had only 69.99 percent of children succeed.