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  • Last Modified on 17-01-2023

Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam

About Exam

The Directorate of Education in Sikkim is the Human Resource Development Department. To regulate class 10th board examination in the state, Sikkim schools are affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi and the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ICSE). Until September 25, 1985, the Board functioned as the Ministry of Education. On September 26, 1985, it was renamed the Ministry of Human Resource Development. It is chaired by the Minister of Human Resources Development, who has been a cabinet member.

The Sikkim Board class 10 exam is a state-level board exam conducted by the Sikkim Department of Secondary Education for students in class 10. Every year, the department conducts this examination for secondary school (class 10) students to evaluate their proficiency based on their performance in the Sikkim SSLC Exam. The government of Sikkim has made the education sector a priority. It now contributes approximately 20% of Sikkim’s budget to the educational sector.

As Sikkim lacks an autonomous State Board of Secondary Education and Senior Secondary Education, Sikkim state is totally dependent on the CBSE, Delhi, for conducting this exam:

The Class 10 time table of Sikkim board 2023 is expected to be released by the Sikkim board in January 2023. The time table will be released on the official website. Students can take the reference of the tentative exam schedule provided in the article as the present time table is yet to be released.

Particulars Details
Name of the Exam Sikkim SSLC Examination 2023
Name of the Board Sikkim Board of Secondary Education
Conducting Body CBSE
Exam Start Date March 2023
Exam End Date To be announced yet
Exam Timings To be announced yet

Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Summary

As Sikkim lacks an autonomous State Board of Secondary Education and Senior Secondary Education, Sikkim state is totally dependent on the CBSE, Delhi for conducting this exam:

Name of the Exam Sikkim SSLC Examination 2022
Name of the Board Sikkim Board of Secondary Education
Conducting Body CBSE
Exam Start Date March 2022
Exam End Date To be released soon
Exam Timings To be released soon
Official Website sikkimhrdd.org

 

Sikkim Board Official Website

http://www.sikkimhrdd.org/

Sikkim Board Class 10 Latest Updates

Exam Pattern
  • The Sikkim board Class 10 timetable will be released on the official website in January 2023.
  • The final examinations of Sikkim board Class 10 are scheduled to commence in March 2023.

Exam Pattern Details - Scoring Pattern (+/- Marking)

Each subject is scored for 100 marks; 20 of those marks are taken from internal assessments, which could be practical or project-based depending on the subject. In addition, 80 marks would be awarded based on the success in a board conducted exam. Class 10th Sikkim Board exam scheme is defined in the table below:

Total Marks

100 marks

Theory

80 marks

Practicals 

20 marks

Exam Pattern Details - Total Time

The duration of the examination is 3 hours or 90 minutes. Before commencement of the exam, students will be provided with an additional 15 minutes to verify documents and to read their question paper.

Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Calendar

The Sikkim Board Class 10 exam dates are given below:

Exam Date Subjects
March 3, 2022 Banking and Insurance, Security, IT, Info, & Comm., Tech, Introduction to FMG, Dynamic of Retail, Inter to Tourism, Introductory Agric, Food Production, Automobile Tech., Beauty and Wellness, Front Office Operation
March 4, 2022 Hindi Course- A, B
March 5, 2022 IT Foundation
March 6, 2022 NCC, E-Publish and e-off, Element Book-K & Accy.
March 7, 2022 English Language & Literature, English Communication.
March 8, 2022 Music Per. Ins., Carnatic Music Vocal, Hind. Music MEL. INS, Hind. Music Vocal, Car. Music MEL INS.
March 9, 2022 Science-Theory, Science without PR
March 10, 2022 Nepali, Arabic, healthcare service, Tibetan
March 11, 2022 Urdu Core, Panjabi, Tami, Urdu Elective, Manipur, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Sindhi, Assamese
March 12, 2022 Social Science
March 13, 2022 Home Science
March 14, 2022 Maths
March 15, 2022 Urdu Course-B, Communicating Sanskrit, French
March 16, 2022 Elements of Business, Telugu- Telangana
March 17, 2022 Painting

Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Application Form/Registration 2023

Exam Syllabus

The Sikkim Board of Secondary Education administers the Sikkim Board Class 10 examination. Students must complete their Sikkim Board 10th registration within the specified time frame in order to sit for the Sikkim Board final test.

Students must be particularly cautious when filling out the Sikkim Board 10th Registration Form, as any error could result in their registration being cancelled. The details of the Sikkim Board application form and links will be made available as soon they are announced.

Sikkim Board Class 10 Mathematics Exam Blueprint

The Sikkim Board Class 10 Mathematics exam blueprint is given below:

Unit Number Unit Name Marks Periods
1. Number System 06 15
2. Algebra 20 45
3. Coordinate Geometry 06 14
4. Geometry 15 31
5. Trigonometry 12 33
6. Mensuration 10 24
7. Statistics and Probability 11 28
  Total 80 190
  Internal Assessment 20  
  Grand Total 100  
Internal Assessment Marks
Pen paper test and multiple assessments (5+5) 10
Portfolio 05
Lab Practical (Lab activities to be done on prescribed books) 05
Total Internal Marks 20

Sikkim Board Class 10 Science Exam Blueprint

The Sikkim Board Class 10 Science exam blueprint is given below:

Unit No. Unit Marks Periods
1. Chemical Substances – Nature and Behaviour 25 55
2. World of Living 23 50
3. Natural Phenomena 12 23
4. Effects of Current 13 32
5. Natural Resources 07 20
  Total 80 180
  Internal assessment 20  
  Grand Total 100  
Internal Assessment Marks
Periodic Assessment (5+5) 10
Portfolio 05
Subject Enrichment (Practical Work) 05
Total Internal Marks 20

Sikkim Board Class 10 Social Science Exam Blueprint

The Sikkim Board Class 10 Social Science exam blueprint is given below:

Unit No. Unit Marks Periods
1. India and the Contemporary World – II 20 60
2. Contemporary India – II 20 55
3. Democratic Politics – II 20 50
4. Understanding Economic Development 20 50
  Total 80 215
Internal Assessment Marks
Periodic Assessment (5+5) 10
Portfolio 05
Subject Enrichment (Project Work) 05
Total Internal Marks 20

Sikkim Board Class 10 English Exam Blueprint

The Sikkim Board Class 10 English exam blueprint is given below:

Sections Competencies Total marks Periods
Reading Comprehension Conceptual understanding, decoding, analysing, inferring, interpreting, and vocabulary. 20 50
Writing Skill and Grammar Creative expression of an opinion, reasoning, justifying, illustrating, appropriation of style and tone, using appropriate format and fluency, applying conventions, using integrated structures with accuracy and fluency. 20 60
Literature Textbook and Supplementary Reading Text Recalling, reasoning, appreciating, applying literary conventions illustrating and justifying, etc., extracting relevant information, identifying the central theme and sub-theme, understanding the writer’s message, and writing fluently. 40 60
Total   80 170

Sikkim Board Class 10 Practical/Experiments List

Science Practical Syllabus

The list of experiments are:

  • Finding the pH of the following samples by using pH paper/universal indicator: Unit-I
    • Dilute Hydrochloric Acid
    • Dilute NaOH solution
    • Dilute Ethanoic Acid solution
    • Lemon juice
    • Water
    • Dilute Hydrogen Carbonate solution
  • Studying the properties of acids and bases (HCl & NaOH) on the basis of their reaction with:
    • Litmus solution (Blue/Red)
    • Zinc metal
    • Solid sodium carbonate
  • Performing and observing the following reactions and classifying them into:
    • Combination reaction
    • Decomposition reaction
    • Displacement reaction
    • Double displacement reaction
      • Action of water on quicklime
      • Action of heat on ferrous sulphate crystals
      • Iron nails kept in copper sulphate solution
      • Reaction between sodium sulphate and barium chloride solutions
  • Observing the action of Zn, Fe, Cu and Al metals on the following salt solutions:
    • ZnSO4(aq)
    • FeSO4(aq)
    • CuSO4(aq)
    • Al2(SO4)3(aq)
  • Arranging Zn, Fe, Cu and Al (metals) in the decreasing order of reactivity based on the above result.
  • Studying the dependence of potential difference (V) across a resistor on the current (I) passing through it and determining its resistance. Also plotting a graph between V and I. Unit-IV
  • Determination of the equivalent resistance of two resistors when connected in series and parallel.
  • Preparing a temporary mount of a leaf peel to show stomata.
  • Experimentally show that carbon dioxide is given out during respiration.
  • Study of the following properties of acetic acid (ethanoic acid):
    • odour
    • solubility in water
    • effect on litmus
    • reaction with Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
  • Study of the comparative cleaning capacity of a sample of soap in soft and hard water.
  • Determination of the focal length of:
    • Concave mirror
    • Convex lens by obtaining the image of a distant object.
  • Tracing the path of a ray of light passing through a rectangular glass slab for different angles of incidence. Measure the angle of incidence, angle of refraction, angle of emergence and interpret the result.
  • Studying (a) binary fission in Amoeba, and (b) budding in yeast and Hydra with the help of prepared slides.
  • Tracing the path of the rays of light through a glass prism.
  • Finding the image distance for varying object distances in case of a convex lens and drawing corresponding ray diagrams to show the nature of the image formed.
  • Identification of the different parts of an embryo of a dicot seed (Pea, gram or red kidney bean).

Social Science Project Syllabus

The Social Science project syllabus are:

  • Every student has to compulsorily undertake any one project on the following topics:
    • Consumer Awareness
    • Social Issues
    • Sustainable Development

Objective: The overall objective of the project work is to help students gain an insight and pragmatic understanding of the theme and see all the Social Science disciplines from an interdisciplinary perspective. It should also help in enhancing the Life Skills of the students.

Students are expected to apply the Social Science concepts that they have learnt over the years in order to prepare the project report. If required, students may go out to collect data and use different primary and secondary resources to prepare the project. If possible, different forms of art may be integrated in the project work. 

  • The distribution of marks over different aspects relating to Project Work is as follows:
S. No. Aspects Marks
a. Content accuracy, originality and analysis 2
b. Presentation and creativity 2
c. Viva Voce 1
  • The projects carried out by the students in different topics should subsequently be shared among themselves through interactive sessions such as exhibitions, panel discussions, etc.
  • All documents pertaining to assessment under this activity should be meticulously maintained by concerned schools.
  • A Summary Report should be prepared highlighting:
    • objectives realized through individual work and group interactions;
    • calendar of activities;
    • innovative ideas generated in the process ; list of questions asked in viva voce.
  • It is to be noted here by all the teachers and students that the projects and models prepared should be made from eco-friendly products without incurring too much expenditure.
  • The Project Report should be handwritten by the students themselves. 

Records pertaining to projects (internal assessment) of the students will be maintained for a period of three months from the date of declaration of result for verification at the discretion of the Board. Sub Judice cases, if any or those involving RTI / Grievances may however be retained beyond three months.

Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Pattern 2023

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Each subject is scored for 100 marks; 20 of those marks are taken from internal assessments, which could be practical or project-based depending on the subject. In addition, 80 marks would be awarded based on success in a board-conducted exam. Class 10th Sikkim Board exam scheme is defined in the table below:

Particulars Details
Total Marks 100 marks
Theory 80 marks
Practicals 20 marks

Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Pattern Details: Total Time

The duration of the examination is 3 hours or 90 minutes. Before the commencement of the exam, students will be provided with an additional 15 minutes to verify documents and read their question papers.

Exam Taking Strategy

  1. Ensure that you are well-prepared for the exam.
  2. Arrive early to avoid the rush of the final minute and to give yourself time to relax and concentrate on the exam that you are appearing for.
  3. Pay attention to any last-minute instructions from the examiner. Carefully read the directions on the question paper.
  4. Read all of the questions and, if relevant, the options before answering.
  5. Divide your time evenly among all of the available questions, based on the weighting of the marks, so that you may complete the test in the allotted time.
  6. Answer all of the questions you know the answer to first, then move on to the rest of the questions you don’t know the answer to.
  7. Do not be afraid if you are asked difficult questions. Keep your calm, and attend the questions that you are sure of. You can then spend time on the difficult questions.

Detailed Study plan

    1. Understand your Strengths and Weaknesses – Before creating a timetable, students should be well-versed in their Class 10 syllabus. Also, be familiar with the Class 10 marking methodology. Identify your strengths and weaknesses once you’ve read over the syllabus and marking scheme thoroughly. Make sure you spend more time on your weak subjects/chapters and less time on your strong subjects/chapters.
    2. Make a list of the most important chapters – Similarly, when constructing the schedule, you must evaluate the importance of individual chapters. You should devote more time to the chapters with the most importance.
    3. Set a schedule for each activity individually – Set aside time for each of these activities, whether it’s studying new topics, practising questions, taking mock examinations, or revising.
    4. Make a list of small objectives – Create daily, weekly, and monthly goals and a strategy for achieving them. Create your Class 10 study schedule with this in mind. Ensure that you complete them on time.
    5. Taking regular short breaks – Make sure you take a break once in a while. Studying for a long period can drain you, and you won’t be able to put in your best effort.
    6. Set aside some time for fun and exercise – There’s nothing wrong with spending some time on something you enjoy on a daily basis.
    7. Make no compromises when it comes to your health – Eat nutritious foods on a regular basis. No matter what, don’t skip meals. Also, get enough rest. You should be healthy and able to use your knowledge to writing the best answers.

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Syllabus 2023

    Previous Year Analysis

    Previous Year Papers

    The syllabus in detail can also be viewed and downloaded from CBSE official website. Alternatively, scroll down to view the syllabus of Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and English.

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Mathematics Syllabus

    The Sikkim Board Class 10 Mathematics syllabus is given below. Students preparing for the Maths exam should ensure they improve their problem-solving skills and practice the chapter-wise solutions.

    Unit No. Unit Name
    1 Number Systems
    2 Algebra
    3 Coordinate Geometry
    4 Geometry
    5 Trignometry
    6 Mensuration
    7 Statistics and Probability

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Science Syllabus

    To prepare for the Sikkim board Class 10 Science exam, students must prepare notes for every chapter so that they can easily prepare for the exams. The Sikkim Board Class 10 Science syllabus is given below:

    Unit No. Unit Name
    1 Chemical Substances – Nature and Behaviour
    2 World of Living
    3 Natural Phenomenon
    4 Effects of Current
    5 Natural Resources

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Social Science Syllabus

    As Social Science has multiple topics, it can become difficult for the students to memorise all the concepts. Therefore, students can maintain notes for each chapter to learn the concepts much effectively. The Sikkim Board Class 10 Social Science syllabus is given below.

    Unit No. Unit Name
    1 India and the Contemporary World II
    2 Contemporary India – II
    3 Democratic Politics – II
    4 Understanding Economic Development 50 Periods Themes

    Sikkim Board Class 10 English Syllabus

    To score good marks in English, students must concentrate on improving their grammar and vocabulary so that they can deliver the answers qualitatively in the exams. The Sikkim Board Class 10 English syllabus is given below:

    Sections Topics
    Reading Question-based on the following kinds of unseen passages:
    1. Discursive passage of 400-450 words.
    2. Case-based passage (with visual input- statistical data, chart etc.) of 200-250 words.
    3. (Total length of two passages to be 600-700 words)

    Multiple Choice Questions / Objective Type Questions will be asked to assess inference, analysis, interpretation, evaluation and vocabulary.

    Writing 1. Formal Letter based on a given situation in 100-120 words. One out of two questions is to be answered.
    2. Writing an Analytical Paragraph (100-120 words) on a given Map / Chart / Graph / Cue/s . One out of two questions is to be answered.
    Grammar 1. Tenses
    2. Modals
    3. Subject – verb concord
    4. Reported speech
    Commands and requests
    Statements
    Questions
    Determiner
    Literature First Flight
    Prose
    1. A letter to God
    2. Nelson Mandela – Long Walk to Freedom
    3. Two Stories About Flying
    4. From the Diary of Anne Frank
    5. Glimpses of India
    6. Mijbil the Otter
    7. Madam Rides the Bus
    8. The Sermon at Benares
    9. The Proposal (Play)
    Poems
    1. Dust of Snow
    2. Fire and Ice
    3. A tiger in the Zoo
    4. How to Tell Wild Animals
    5. The Ball Poem
    6. Amanda!
    7. The Trees
    8. Fog
    9. The Tale of Custard the Dragon
    10. For Anne Gregory
    Footprints Without Feet
    1. A triumph of Surgery
    2. The Thief’s Story
    3. The Midnight Visitor
    4. A Question of Trust
    5. Footprints Without Feet
    6. The making of a Scientist
    7. The necklace
    8. Bholi
    9. The Book That Saved the Earth

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Practical/Experiments List

    Students can find the Class 10 practical syllabus as mentioned below:

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Science Practical Syllabus

    The list of experiments are:

    • Finding the pH of the following samples by using pH paper/universal indicator: Unit-I
      • Dilute Hydrochloric Acid
      • Dilute NaOH solution
      • Dilute Ethanoic Acid solution
      • Lemon juice
      • Water
      • Dilute Hydrogen Carbonate solution
    • Studying the properties of acids and bases (HCl & NaOH) on the basis of their reaction with:
      • Litmus solution (Blue/Red)
      • Zinc metal
      • Solid sodium carbonate
    • Performing and observing the following reactions and classifying them into:
      • Combination reaction
      • Decomposition reaction
      • Displacement reaction
      • Double displacement reaction
        • Action of water on quicklime
        • Action of heat on ferrous sulphate crystals
        • Iron nails kept in copper sulphate solution
        • Reaction between sodium sulphate and barium chloride solutions
    • Observing the action of Zn, Fe, Cu and Al metals on the following salt solutions:
      • ZnSO4(aq)
      • FeSO4(aq)
      • CuSO4(aq)
      • Al2(SO4)3(aq)
    • Arranging Zn, Fe, Cu and Al (metals) in the decreasing order of reactivity based on the above result.
    • Studying the dependence of potential difference (V) across a resistor on the current (I) passing through it and determining its resistance. Also plotting a graph between V and I. Unit-IV
    • Determination of the equivalent resistance of two resistors when connected in series and parallel.
    • Preparing a temporary mount of a leaf peel to show stomata.
    • Experimentally show that carbon dioxide is given out during respiration.
    • Study of the following properties of acetic acid (ethanoic acid):
      • odour
      • solubility in water
      • effect on litmus
      • reaction with Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
    • Study of the comparative cleaning capacity of a sample of soap in soft and hard water.
    • Determination of the focal length of:
      • Concave mirror
      • Convex lens by obtaining the image of a distant object.
    • Tracing the path of a ray of light passing through a rectangular glass slab for different angles of incidence. Measure the angle of incidence, angle of refraction, angle of emergence and interpret the result.
    • Studying (a) binary fission in Amoeba, and (b) budding in yeast and Hydra with the help of prepared slides.
    • Tracing the path of the rays of light through a glass prism.
    • Finding the image distance for varying object distances in case of a convex lens and drawing corresponding ray diagrams to show the nature of the image formed.
    • Identification of the different parts of an embryo of a dicot seed (Pea, gram or red kidney bean).

    Previous year Solution

    Serial Number Year of Exam Total Number of Students Overall Passing%
    1 2014 37454 77.25
    2 2015 43256 85.62
    3 2016 45000 88.00
    4 2017 49555 89.54
    5 2018 48231 87.25
    6 2019 47000 86.34

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Blueprint 2023

    Knowing the marking scheme for Sikkim board Class 10 is very important to know which topics to concentrate on. We have mentioned the Sikkim board Class 10 exam blueprint for all the subjects. Students can note down the same from the below-mentioned tables.

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Mathematics Exam Blueprint

    The Sikkim Board Class 10 Mathematics exam blueprint is given below:

    Unit No. Unit Name Marks
    1. Number System 06
    2. Algebra 20
    3. Coordinate Geometry 06
    4. Geometry 15
    5. Trigonometry 12
    6. Mensuration 10
    7. Statistics and Probability 11
    Total 80
    Internal Assessment 20
    Grand Total 100

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Science Exam Blueprint

    The Sikkim Board Class 10 Science exam blueprint is given below:

    Unit No. Unit Marks
    1. Chemical Substances – Nature and Behaviour 25
    2. World of Living 25
    3. Natural Phenomena 12
    4. Effects of Current 13
    5. Natural Resources 05
    Total 80
    Internal assessment 20
    Grand Total 100

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Social Science Exam Blueprint

    The Sikkim Board Class 10 Social Science exam blueprint is given below:

    Unit No. Unit Marks
    1. India and the Contemporary World – I 20
    2. Contemporary India – I 20
    3. Democratic Politics – I 20
    4. Economics 20
    Total 80

    Sikkim Board Class 10 English Exam Blueprint

    The Sikkim Board Class 10 English exam blueprint is given below:

    Sections Competencies Total Marks
    Reading Comprehension Conceptual understanding, decoding, analysing, inferring, interpreting, and vocabulary. 20
    Writing Skill and Grammar Creative expression of an opinion, reasoning, justifying, illustrating, appropriation of style and tone, using appropriate format and fluency, applying conventions, using integrated structures with accuracy and fluency. 20
    Literature Textbook and Supplementary Reading Text Recalling, reasoning, appreciating, applying literary conventions illustrating and justifying, etc., extracting relevant information, identifying the central theme and sub-theme, understanding the writer’s message, and writing fluently. 40
    Total 80

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Date 2023

    The Sikkim Board Class 10 exam timetable is expected to be released in January 2023. The tentative exam dates have been mentioned below:

    Exam Date Subjects
    March 01, 2023 Banking and Insurance, Security, IT, Info, & Comm., Tech, Introduction to FMG, Dynamic of Retail, Inter to Tourism, Introductory Agric, Food Production, Automobile Tech., Beauty and Wellness, Front Office Operation
    March 02, 2023 Hindi Course- A, B
    March 03, 2023 IT Foundation
    March 04, 2023 NCC, E-Publish and e-off, Element Book-K & Accy.
    March 05, 2023 English Language & Literature, English Communication.
    March 06, 2023 Music Per. Ins., Carnatic Music Vocal, Hind. Music MEL. INS, Hind. Music Vocal, Car. Music MEL INS.
    March 08, 2023 Science-Theory, Science without PR
    March 09, 2023 Nepali, Arabic, healthcare service, Tibetan
    March 10, 2023 Urdu Core, Panjabi, Tami, Urdu Elective, Manipur, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Sindhi, Assamese
    March 11, 2023 Social Science
    March 12, 2023 Home Science
    March 13, 2023 Mathematics
    March 15, 2023 Urdu Course-B, Communicating Sanskrit, French
    March 16, 2023 Elements of Business, Telugu- Telangana
    March 17, 2023 Painting

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Admit Card 2023

    Topper List Success Stories

    Around 2-3 weeks before the date of the exam, the Sikkim Board Class 10 admit card is released. This admit card is also popularly referred to as the hall ticket. On the official website of the Sikkim Board of Secondary Education, students may get all important information about the notification and its related details. Students must bring their Sikkim Board 10th hall ticket to the exam hall.

    They will not be permitted into the exam venue if they do not have their Sikkim SSLC hall ticket in hand. Students are also advised to double-check every data on the admit card against the information on the student’s id proof, as soon as they receive it. To avoid any problems with the Sikkim Board Class 10 exam paper, it is essential to ensure the accuracy of the information.

    The details of the admit card will be updated in this article as soon as relevant information is released by the authority.

    Below we have provided steps to download Sikkim Board Class 10 Admit Card:

    • 1st Step: Go to the official website and look for the Sikkim SSLC Hall Ticket notification.
    • 2nd Step: Click on the appropriate link and enter the required credentials in the provided field.
    • 3rd Step: The admit card displays once the credentials are entered.
    • 4th Step: Check every detail carefully and report any errors or mistakes to the appropriate authority as soon as possible.
    • 5th Step: After verifying the information, save the Sikkim board 10th admission card to your system and take the printout of the admit card.

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Study Plan to Maximise Score

    Exam counselling

    A study plan is very important for students to know the best examination strategies. We have provided preparation tips and a detailed study plan to help students ace the Class 10 exams confidently.

    Preparation Tips for Sikkim Board Class 10

    Here are a few important tips to help students ace their class 10 exams:

    • Students must set a timetable that is well-organised. Extra time should be dedicated to challenging subjects.
    • Time tracking is very important. All the subjects should be allocated equal time with regular breaks as spending too much time on one subject will impact the preparation for other subjects.
    • As much as possible, students must practice previous year’s question papers, sample and model papers. Students can improve the actual preparation levels by writing frequently.

    Detailed Study Plan for Sikkim Board Class 10

    Below-mentioned is the detailed study plan to help students score good marks in all the subjects effortlessly.

    • To score good marks in Maths, students must essentially practice the problems and revise the concepts everyday. The example problems must be followed thoroughly to learn the accurate stepwise procedure. Also, it is essential to memorise the formulas and know when and where to implement them to get the solution. Once the syllabus is completed, students must practice previous year question papers or sample papers for self assessment.
    • Scoring good marks in Science is quite easy if students follow the right preparation strategies. All the chapters of the subject must be learnt without missing any topic to ensure they do not miss out on important concepts. If students feel overwhelmed while studying Science, they can prioritise the topics based on their weightage. This ensures that the topics with higher weightage are completed first. Practising diagrams is equally important. Students must not miss out on any diagrams associated with important concepts. 
    • As Social Science is categorised into 4 units with multiple topics in each unit, students must focus on completing a particular unit before proceeding to the next. This also increases the confidence level of students as they keep learning each chapter perfectly. Students must go through the previous year’s question papers to understand the question paper pattern and the types of questions being asked in the exam.

    English is one of those subjects that must be learnt naturally by students. Instead of rote learning, students can understand the gist of each chapter and write the answers in their language. To do so, students must strengthen their vocabulary and grammar skills. They can also read magazines and newspapers during their free time. 

    Parent/Gaurdian counselling

    Every child learns at their own pace and in their own way. Each has a remarkable ability for academic achievement. Hence, as a parent, you must try to encourage your child’s enthusiasm and completely accept their performance. If necessary, assist your child in solving issues at school, in academics, and among friends.

    Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam Result 2023

    Exam talks

    Around two months from the commencement of the exam, the Sikkim Board Class 10 result is expected to be released. Students can visit the official website to keep updated about the notification and other important information about the Sikkim SSLC results.

    For the Academic year 2022-23, the 10th Sikkim Board is expected to announce the result in the month of June/July 2023 (Tentatively).

    FAQs on Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam 2023

    About Exam

    Q.1: Who is responsible for conducting secondary and higher secondary exams in Sikkim?

    Ans: The CBSE board is responsible for the implementation of higher secondary and senior secondary education and exams in the state. The CBSE board is linked with all of the schools in the state.

    Q.2: What are the roles, and responsibilities of the CBSE Board in Sikkim?

    Ans: The CBSE board has complete control over the implementation of higher secondary and senior secondary education in the state’s affiliated schools. The board’s responsibilities include changing the curriculum, providing textbooks, appointing teachers, and administering tests in all of the state’s affiliated schools.

    Q.3: What is Sikkim board Class 10th exam?

    Ans: The Sikkim Board 10th exam is a state-level board exam conducted by the Sikkim Department of Secondary Education for students of class 10th.

    Q.4: How to score top marks in Sikkim board Class 10 exams?

    Ans: To score top marks in Sikkim board Class 10 exams, students can practice the free mock tests of Sikkim board Class 10 at Embibe.

    Q5. Where can I access the conceptual learning videos to prepare for Sikkim board Class 10 exams?

    Ans: Embibe provides 3D learning videos related to Sikkim board Class 10 to help students easily understand the concepts.

    Application Form Filling - Start & End Date

    The Sikkim Board of Secondary Education administers the Sikkim Board Class 10th examination. Students must complete their Sikkim Board 10th registration within the specified time frame in order to sit for the Sikkim Board final test.

    Students must be particularly cautious when filling out the Sikkim Board 10th Registration Form, as any error could result in their registration being cancelled. The details of the Sikkim Board application form and links will be made available as soon they are announced:

    Exam Conducting Body CBSE
    Examination Name Sikkim Board Class 10 Exam or SSLC
    Category for Registration Registration Form for Class 10th Exam
    Releasing Date of Registration Form First Week of September (Tentative)
    Status of Registration Form Yet to be announced

    Admit Card Date

    Around 2-3 weeks before the date of the exam, the Sikkim Board Class 10th admit card is released. This admit card is also popularly referred to as the hall ticket. On the official website of the Sikkim Board of Secondary Education, students may get all important information about the notification and its related details. Students must bring their Sikkim Board 10th hall ticket to the exam hall.

    They will not be permitted into the exam venue if they do not have their Sikkim SSLC hall ticket in hand. Students are also advised to double-check every data on the admit card against the information on the student’s id proof, as soon as they receive it. To avoid any problems with the Sikkim Board class 10th exam paper, it is essential to ensure the accuracy of the information.

    The details of the admit card will be updated in this article as soon as relevant information is released by the authority.

    Steps to Download Sikkim Board Admit Card

    1st Step: Go to the official website and look for the Sikkim SSLC Hall Ticket notification.

    2nd Step: Click on the appropriate link and enter the required credentials in the provided field.

    3rd Step: The admit card displays once you enter your credentials.

    4th Step: Check every detail carefully and report any errors or mistakes to the appropriate authority as soon as possible.

    5th Step: After you’ve double-checked the information, save the Sikkim board 10th admission card to your system and get the printout of the admit card.

    Exam Date

    Yet to be announced.

    Result Date

    Around two months from the commencement of the exam, the Sikkim board 10th result is expected to be released. Students can visit the official website to keep updated about the notification and other important information about the Sikkim SSLC results.

    For the Academic year 2021-22, the 10th Sikkim Board is expected to announce the result in the month of June/July 2022 (Tentatively).

    List of Educational Institutions for Sikkim Board

    About Exam

    Students can find all the details related to Sikkim Board Class 10 schools and colleges from the below mentioned list.

    District-wise schools in Sikkim

    In Sikkim, there are four districts, and the state government has provided that school education is easily accessible in even the most remote areas of each district. 

    Schools in East District of Sikkim

    Sr.No. School Name Locality
    1 Aho-Shanti Government Secondary School Chaney-Shanti
    2 Amba Government Junior High School Amba
    3 Aritar Government Secondary School Aritar
    4 Bojoghari Government Secondary School Bojoghari
    5 Dalapchand Government Secondary School Upper Dalapchand
    6 Dikchu Government Secondary School Dikchu
    7 Duga Government Secondary School Duga
    8 Lingtam Government Secondary School Lingtam Sombong
    9 Linkey Government Secondary School Linkey
    10 Lower Samdong Government Secondary School (East) Lower Samdong
    11 Lower Sumin Government Secondary School Lower Sumin
    12 Lower Syari Government Secondary School Syari
    13 Luing Government Secondary School Luing, P.O. Rajbhawan, Luing Sub- P.O

    Schools in West District in Sikkim

    Sr. No. School Name Locality
    1 Bongten Government Secondary School Bongten
    2 Chumbong Government Secondary School Chumbong
    3 Daramdin Government Secondary School Daramdin
    4 Darap Government Secondary School Darap
    5 Dodak Government Secondary School Dodak
    6 Gelling Government Secondary School Gelling
    7 Gerethang Government Secondary School Gerethang
    8 K.B.Limboo Government Secondary School Sreepadam
    9 Kamling Government Secondary School Su Dung/Kamling
    10 Khandu Government Secondary School Khandu Village
    11 Khaniserbong Government Secondary School Khaniserbong
    12 Khechuperi Government Secondary School Na
    14 Legship Government Secondary School Legship West Sikkim
    15 Lingchom Government Secondary School Lingchom Block

    Schools in North District in Sikkim

    Sr. No. School Name Locality
    1 Gor Government Secondary School Gor, Lower Dzongu North
    2 Lachen Government Secondary School Na
    3 Lachung Government Secondary School Lachung
    4 Lingdong Government Secondary School Lingdong
    5 Mangshila Government Secondary School Rural
    6 Manul Government Secondary School Manul North Sikkim
    7 Phensong Government Secondary School Phensong
    8 Singhik Government Secondary School Singhik Sentam
    9 Swayam Governmentjunior High School Na
    10 Tasa Tengay Government Secondary School Chungthang
    11 Tingvong Government Secondary School Tingvong Upper Dzongu

    Schools in South District in Sikkim

    Sr.No. School Name Locality
    1 Alleydara Governmentjunior High School Alleydara
    2 Ben Government Secondary School Ben
    3 Bikmat Government Secondary School Bikmat
    4 Borong Government Secondary School Borong
    5 C.M.Rai Government Secondary School Omchu Omchu
    6 Chandra Man Rai, Government Secondary School Jurong Jarrong
    7 Damthang Government Secondary School Damthang
    8 Jerman Lepcha Government Secondary School Turung
    9 Kabrey Government Secondary School Kabrey Busty
    10 Kamrang Government Secondary School Kamrang
    11 Kewzing Government Secondary School Kewzing
    12 Kitam Government Secondary School Kitam
    13 Lingee Government Secondary School Lingee

    Sikkim-based Private Schools Affiliated to CBSE 

    As stated previously, the Central Board of Secondary Education is associated with both government and private institutions in Sikkim that provide education beyond the 8th grade. The following are some of Sikkim’s top CBSE-affiliated schools:

    Sr. No. School Name
    1 Army Public School
    2 Assam Rifles School
    3 Bahai’S School
    4 Burul Secondary School
    5 C M Rai Government Secondary School
    6 Daffodil’S Home Sec. School
    7 Dav Public School
    9 Eklavya Model Residential School
    10 Eklavya Model Residential School

    Future Exams After Sikkim Board Class

    Eligibility Criteria
    Competitive exams are now at the centre of our education systems. While many students and parents believe that competitive tests are only conducted for students in grades 12 and up, this is not the truth. Even for students in Class 10, there are a number of competitive exams and scholarship schemes.
    These competitive exams are held to test a student’s mental ability and intelligence quotient, and those who pass the exam are granted scholarships. To enjoy the benefits, every student and their parents must become aware of competitive exams, as awareness is the first step toward preparation.
    1. National Talent Search Examination (NTSE): A national-level examination cum scholarship programme (NTSE) is a competitive exam for students in high school. The National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) is designed to identify children who have outstanding academic talent and intellectual capacity.
    Students are tested on the NCERT syllabus, which includes Science, Math, Social Science, and Mental Ability. Students who pass this two-tier exam will get a scholarship for the entire academic year. The exam is divided into two parts: Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Ability Test (SAT).
    2. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT): The SAT is a well-known standard test. The College Board Organization of the United States organises it. It is for students who want to study in another country. Almost all abroad institutions require the SAT as a precondition. The test focuses on three essential criteria that the student must meet:
    Essay Writing and English Grammar are used to assess writing skills
    Critical Reading comprehension is assessed by analysing performance on passages
    Maths
    This test is needed for all students who wish to study in a foreign country. SAT scores are increasingly being accepted as a substitute to entrance exams in Indian universities.
    3. Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KYPY): The motive of the exam is to attract the students to pursue basic science courses and research career in science, The exam helps in identifying the candidates suitable for reserach and motivates them to choose the research career on Science.
    It is a National Program of Fellowship in basic sciences. The department of Science and Technology of Inida is responsible for funding the exam. Students can view the advertisement for the KVPY Fellowship on the May 11 in all national duties. They can also view it every year on second Sunday of July.
    Students who perform well in the aptitude test are short-listed and called for interviews. Student’s performance in both aptitude and interview is important to qualify for the fellowship.

    Exam Result

    Exam Result

    Result Declaration

    Result Declaration: For the Academic year 2021-22, Sikkim Board is expected to announce the 10th result in the month of June/July 2022 (Tentatively).

     

    FAQs

    Freaquently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q1. Who is responsible for conducting secondary and higher secondary exams in Sikkim?

    A. The CBSE board is responsible for the implementation of higher secondary and senior secondary education and exams in the state. The CBSE board is linked with all of the schools in the state.

    Q2. What are the roles, and responsibilities of the CBSE Board in Sikkim?

    A. The CBSE board has complete control over the implementation of higher secondary and senior secondary education in the state’s affiliated schools. The board’s responsibilities include changing the curriculum, providing textbooks, appointing teachers, and administering tests in all of the state’s affiliated schools.

    Q3. What is Sikkim board Class 10th exam?

    A. The Sikkim Board 10th exam is a state-level board exam conducted by the Sikkim Department of Secondary Education for students of class 10th.

    Q4. What is Sikkim’s education level?

    A. Sikkim Education – Sikkim is a northern Indian state that is the least populated and second smallest in the nation. Sikkim’s literacy rate is 82.2 %, according to the 2011 census.

    Q5. How to Calculate CGPA?

    A. CGPA = Sum of grade points obtained in 5 main subjects/5.

    So, to convert CGPA to a percentage, use the following formula:

    CGPA X 9.5 is the Percentage obtained in Class 10.

    Dos and Donts

    Q1. Who is responsible for conducting secondary and higher secondary exams in Sikkim?

    A. The CBSE board is responsible for the implementation of higher secondary and senior secondary education and exams in the state. The CBSE board is linked with all of the schools in the state.

    Q2. What are the roles, and responsibilities of the CBSE Board in Sikkim?

    A. The CBSE board has complete control over the implementation of higher secondary and senior secondary education in the state’s affiliated schools. The board’s responsibilities include changing the curriculum, providing textbooks, appointing teachers, and administering tests in all of the state’s affiliated schools.

    Q3. What is Sikkim board Class 10th exam?

    A. The Sikkim Board 10th exam is a state-level board exam conducted by the Sikkim Department of Secondary Education for students of class 10th.

    Q4. What is Sikkim’s education level?

    A. Sikkim Education – Sikkim is a northern Indian state that is the least populated and second smallest in the nation. Sikkim’s literacy rate is 82.2 %, according to the 2011 census.

    Q5. How to Calculate CGPA?

    A. CGPA = Sum of grade points obtained in 5 main subjects/5.

    So, to convert CGPA to a percentage, use the following formula:

    CGPA X 9.5 is the Percentage obtained in Class 10.

    List of Educational Institutions

    About Exam

    List of Schools/Colleges

    District-wise schools in Sikkim

    In Sikkim, there are four districts, and the state government has provided that school education is easily accessible in even the most remote areas of each district. 

    Schools in East District of Sikkim

    Sl.No School Name Locality
    1 Aho-Shanti Government Secondary School Chaney-Shanti
    2 Amba Government Junior High School Amba
    3 Aritar Government Secondary School Aritar
    4 Bojoghari Government Secondary School Bojoghari
    5 Dalapchand Government Secondary School Upper Dalapchand
    6 Dikchu Government Secondary School Dikchu
    7 Duga Government Secondary School Duga
    8 Lingtam Government Secondary School Lingtam Sombong
    9 Linkey Government Secondary School Linkey
    10 Lower Samdong Government Secondary School (East) Lower Samdong
    11 Lower Sumin Government Secondary School Lower Sumin
    12 Lower Syari Government Secondary School Syari
    13 Luing Government Secondary School Luing, P.O. Rajbhawan, Luing Sub- P.O


    Schools in West District in Sikkim

    Sl. No School Name Locality
    1 Bongten Government Secondary School Bongten
    2 Chumbong Government Secondary School Chumbong
    3 Daramdin Government Secondary School Daramdin
    4 Darap Government Secondary School Darap
    5 Dodak Government Secondary School Dodak
    6 Gelling Government Secondary School Gelling
    7 Gerethang Government Secondary School Gerethang
    8 K.B.Limboo Government Secondary School Sreepadam
    9 Kamling Government Secondary School Su Dung/Kamling
    10 Khandu Government Secondary School Khandu Village
    11 Khaniserbong Government Secondary School Khaniserbong
    12 Khechuperi Government Secondary School Na
    14 Legship Government Secondary School Legship West Sikkim
    15 Lingchom Government Secondary School Lingchom Block


    Schools in North District in Sikkim

    Sl. No School Name Locality
    1 Gor Government Secondary School Gor, Lower Dzongu North
    2 Lachen Government Secondary School Na
    3 Lachung Government Secondary School Lachung
    4 Lingdong Government Secondary School Lingdong
    5 Mangshila Government Secondary School Rural
    6 Manul Government Secondary School Manul North Sikkim
    7 Phensong Government Secondary School Phensong
    8 Singhik Government Secondary School Singhik Sentam
    9 Swayam Governmentjunior High School Na
    10 Tasa Tengay Government Secondary School Chungthang
    11 Tingvong Government Secondary School Tingvong Upper Dzongu


    Schools in South District in Sikkim

    Sl.NO School Name Locality
    1 Alleydara Governmentjunior High School Alleydara
    2 Ben Government Secondary School Ben
    3 Bikmat Government Secondary School Bikmat
    4 Borong Government Secondary School Borong
    5 C.M.Rai Government Secondary School Omchu Omchu
    6 Chandra Man Rai, Government Secondary School Jurong Jarrong
    7 Damthang Government Secondary School Damthang
    8 Jerman Lepcha Government Secondary School Turung
    9 Kabrey Government Secondary School Kabrey Busty
    10 Kamrang Government Secondary School Kamrang
    11 Kewzing Government Secondary School Kewzing
    12 Kitam Government Secondary School Kitam
    13 Lingee Government Secondary School Lingee

    Best Private Schools: CBSE Affiliated Private Schools in Sikkim

    Sikkim-based Private Schools Affiliated to CBSE 

    As stated previously, the Central Board of Secondary Education is associated with both government and private institutions in Sikkim that provide education beyond the 8th grade. The following are some of Sikkim’s top CBSE-affiliated schools:

    S. No. Name
    1 Army Public School
    2 Assam Rifles School
    3 Bahai’S School
    4 Burul Secondary School
    5 C M Rai Government Secondary School
    6 Daffodil’S Home Sec. School
    7 Dav Public School
    9 Eklavya Model Residential School
    10 Eklavya Model Residential School

    Parent Counselling

    About Exam

    Parent Counselling

    Career options have a major impact on a student’s overall development and lifestyle. The best method to inspire students to pursue their interests and work hard to attain their goals is to encourage them to pursue their interests. We give a brief overview of the available streams, Science, Commerce, and Humanities, as well as the talents required to pursue them.

    We continue to shape by discussing the major aspects of the required skills and the curriculum for the three streams. As a result, parents must be acutely aware of the difficulties that their children may be under and do everything possible to assist them in overcoming those demands without placing them under extra stress.

    Future Exams

    Similar

    List of Future Exam

    Competitive exams are now at the centre of our education systems. While many students and parents believe that competitive tests are only conducted for students in grades 12 and up, this is not the truth. Even for students in Class 10, there are a number of competitive exams and scholarship schemes.

    These competitive exams are held to test a student's mental ability and intelligence quotient, and those who pass the exam are granted scholarships. To enjoy the benefits, every student and their parents must become aware of competitive exams, as awareness is the first step toward preparation.

    1. National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)

    NTSE stands for “National Talent Search Examination”.

    A national-level examination cum scholarship programme (NTSE) is a competitive exam for students in high school. The National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) is designed to identify children who have outstanding academic talent and intellectual capacity.

    Students are tested on the NCERT syllabus, which includes Science, Math, Social Science, and Mental Ability. Students who pass this two-tier exam will get a scholarship for the entire academic year. The exam is divided into two parts: Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Ability Test (SAT).

    2. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

    The SAT is a well-known standard test. The College Board Organization of the United States organises it. It is for students who want to study in another country. Almost all abroad institutions require the SAT as a precondition. The test focuses on three essential criteria that the student must meet:

    • Essay Writing and English Grammar are used to assess writing skills
    • Critical Reading comprehension is assessed by analysing performance on passages
    • Maths

    This test is needed for all students who wish to study in a foreign country. SAT scores are increasingly being accepted as a substitute to entrance exams in Indian universities.

    3. Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KYPY)

    Practical Knowledge/Career Goals

    Prediction

    Learning from Real World

    Experiential learning, in which students gain knowledge, skills, and values via encounters outside of traditional academic settings, has become one of the most significant demands that every student has in today’s world.

    Experiential learning programmes that are well-planned, supervised, and evaluated improve interdisciplinary understanding, leadership, relationship management, and the quality of personal and intellectual skills that employers demand.

    Future Skills

    It is possible to improve one’s ability to lead one’s own life. One can succeed in an automated or technical world if they have the knowledge listed below.

    According to studies, the total number of connected devices will reach 75 billion by 2025. Engineers, developers, and other IoT professionals are in high demand as a result. To develop and maintain IoT infrastructure at scale, these professionals will need a variety of skills at every level of the technology stack.

    1. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
    2. Node.js development
    3. Mobile app development
    4. API automation and testing
    5. Information security
    6. UI/UX design
    7. Cloud computing

    Career Skills

    As previously stated, Class 10 is an important part of one’s life as well as a life-changing milestone. So, while studying the subjects, you should learn the abilities listed below to improve your CV or resume, which you will then offer to your dream company

    1. Creativity
    2. Personality traits
    3. The ability to think critically
    4. Solving Public Speaking Issues
    5. Teamwork skills
    6. Communication

    Career Prospects/Which stream to choose

    Streams 

    The details of various available subjects for students in class 11, after passing class 10th Sikkim examination can be viewed and downloaded from Class 11-12 Stream of Studies.

    Basically, Class 11 and 12 are integrated courses according to the CBSE curriculum. Students must pick a minimum of 5 subjects that they intend to continue to study in detail over the next two years. They will not be permitted to change or add/remove subjects once the academic year begins.

    Candidates who take 6 subjects, have the option to clear any 5 subjects they have chosen, provided Hindi or English is one of the main subjects. If the candidates pass in all the 6 subjects (including the additional subject), the percentage will be calculated by the employer/university according to the norms of admission sought by the candidate.

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