CBSE 12th board exams are conducted in the March/April month every year. CBSE 12th board exams are conducted by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) for class 12 students in its affiliated schools.
CBSE 12th Result 2014 will be declared in the third week of May.
CBSE is a central government board of education and the syllabus and exam pattern for CBSE students is decided by the Central government only. CBSE conducts a common exam for all students in a particular class of its all private and government schools. Over 12 lakh students appeared in CBSE 12th exam for 2014 year. This proves that the CBSE is the largest individual board of education in India.
Students, who are currently giving CBSE 12th board exams, must be wondering what to do next once CBSE 12th exams are finished. After 12th board exam, school education is over and students move towards higher/college education. Here we will discuss some tips for CBSE 12th students about what to do and expect after their 12th board exams.
CBSE 12th Results
CBSE 12th board results are usually declared in May. This year, CBSE 12th board results will be declared in the second half of May
CBSE 12th board students will get their result in May. Till then, they can have some fun and enjoy the last few days of school life.
12th students must instantly choose a higher education field for themselves. As soon as you pass 12th class, you are expected to prepare for college education. Before you enter a college for graduation, you must know what you want to do in your life. Once you decide it, you can proceed with the college admission. There are basically two ways of getting admission in a graduation college, entrance exams and direct admission.
1. JEE/AIEEE/PMT or other entrance exams
Students, who are going to appear for JEE, PMT or any other competitive exam for engineering or medical, can continue with their exam preparation. Since, the syllabus of these entrance exams is almost same that of 12th board CBSE exams, students need not to cover many extra topics. They can just continue reading their CBSE books.
CBSE syllabus is not limited by a book, but it covers many books. This is the advantage for JEE and other exam aspirants. They are already prepared for the most.
2. Direct Admission
Not many colleges accept direct admission, but many others do. You can take admission in your desired stream in a good college through management quota or personal interview.
Jobs after 12th
Not many 12th pass students go out looking for a job, but some of them do. If you want a job right after 12th class, you can find it at the right place. Search online for jobs for 12th pass-outs. Apply for all the suitable jobs. You may also need to do some training courses before you are eligible for a job. Remember that schooling education only gives us knowledge, not skills. College education or skills training is required to be familiar with a particular kind of work.