CISCE 10th 2nd Semester Exam 2021-22 : The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) will conduct the ICSE (class X) board examination 2021-22 in two semesters. The first semester examination will be conducted in November 2021 and the second semester board examination will be conducted in March-April 2022 on the exam centres.

Students will get 50% questions of the Syllabus in each semester examination. The marking scheme in both semester examination will be different. In each semester students will get the questions of 80 / 100 marks. Here in the below paragraphs, we have described the CISECE 10th 2nd Semester exam 2021-22 details.

Latest Update : The ICSE 1st semester examination 2021-22 will be conducted in November and the second semester examination will be conducted in March-April 2021.

CISCE 10th 2nd Semester Exam 2021-22

The council has divided the ICSE (class 10th) examination of the academic year 2021-22 in two semesters. Students will appear in board examinations in November & March-April 2021 two times.

The syllabus for the both semester examination are divided and students can download it from the official website. In each semester examination, the council will ask 50% questions from the syllabus.

Students of ICSE (Class X) will appear in both theory & practical examination to pass the Board examination.

ICSE 2nd Semester Examination 2021-22

The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) examination controller will conduct the class 10th annual examination in two terms for the academic year 2021-22.

Students will be get the questions from the reduced syllabus for the academic year 2021-22. The syllabus have been prepared for ICSE level examination without compromising the quality of the content.

The modified assessment plan for ICSE (class 10th) 2nd semester examination have been uploaded on the official website with reduced theory syllabus.

Important Details of ICSE 2nd Semester Exam 2021-22

Board NameCouncil for the Indian School Certificate Examinations
ClassICSE (Class 10th)
1st Semester examNovember 2021
2nd Semester ExamMarch-April 2022
Exam Pattern of 1st semesterMCQ based Online exam
Exam Pattern of 2nd semesterOnline/offline mode
Question papers for each semester examination80/100 marks

Also Read : CISCE 10th First Semester Exam Schedule & Details.

CISCE 10th 2nd Semester Exam Details

  • The Second Semester Examination will be conducted in March/April 2022 and will be based ONLY on the portion of the Syllabus (Reduced Syllabus for ICSE Examination year 2022) specified for the Second Semester.
  • This examination will be conducted in online/offline mode, depending upon the pandemic situation in the country.
  • The question papers for each semester examination will be of 80/100 marks for ICSE, as per the maximum marks currently allotted for the Theory component of the subjects

Reduced Syllabus for ICSE Year 2022 Examination – 2nd Semester

Subject NameDownload Link
Indian LanguagesDownload
Modern Foreign Language – Group IDownload
History & CivicsDownload
History & Civics (Thialand)Download
Geography (Thailand)Download
Commercial StudiesDownload
Modern Foreign Language-Group IIDownload
Classical LanguageDownload
Environmental ScienceDownload
Computer ApplicationsDownload
Economics ApplicationsDownload
Commercial ApplicationsDownload
Performing ArtsDownload
Home ScienceDownload
Fashion DesigningDownload
Physical EducationDownload
Technical Drawing ApplicationsDownload
Environmental ApplicationsDownload
Modern Foreign languages – Group IIIDownload
Mass Media & CommunicationDownload
Hospitality ManagemnetDownload
Beauty & Wellness (Skin & Beauty)Download
Beauty & Wellness (hair Styling)Download

All the best for CISCE 10th 2nd Semester Exam 2021-22…!!!

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