The schedule of the Central Board of Secondary Education exams is back to the octogenarian timetable and has been timed to commence at an appropriate time for students after two long years of arduous wait from the students. Prior to this arrangement with the exams in March and the results being declared after 45 days, a subsequent delay in undergraduate admissions had been observed. The examination timetable for the board had been released on its official the website for class 10th and 12th respectively this Sunday. The commencement of examinations for both the classes begin on February and end in April. For Class 12, the exams will start on February 15 and end on April 3. The Class 10 exams start on February 21 and end on March 29. Timely declaration of the board results will make all the difference in securing admissions in top universities of the country. According to the schedule, the exams of vocational subjects will first finish followed by other subjects. There are as forty vocational subjects in both the tenth and twelfth classes. P. Obul Reddy Public School Principal Anjali Razdan delineated, “In the last a couple of years, there were disturbances in the schedule as there was a long delay, which is not normal. This year the exams are on proper schedule, coming back to normalcy.” As ordered by the Delhi High Courts, the University of Delhi is supposed to fix cut off dates for admission into its UG courses only after results are declared by the CBSE, including revaluation.