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About RBSE 10th 2023
Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE), Ajmer conducts the RBSE 10th Board exam for Class 10 students, every year. Students who cleared their class 9 from RBSE or any recognized board are eligible to apply and appear for the RBSE 10th exam.
- The board has released the RBSE 10th exam time table 2023 for theory and practicals.
- The theory exams will be conducted from March 16 to April 11, 2023.
- Check the latest RBSE 10th syllabus 2022-23 to prepare for the examination. The syllabus is available for all subjects including Maths, Science, Social Science, etc.
- Students must solve the RBSE 10th model papers 2023 to know the exam pattern and marking scheme of the examination.
- The examination is conducted for 5 main subjects including Maths, Science, Social Science, and two language subjects. Students can opt for one additional subject as well.
- RBSE 10th result 2023 will be released in online mode. Students can check the result by entering their roll numbers.
- The online result is provisional in nature. Students have to collect original mark sheets from the schools after the declaration of the result.
- The RBSE 10th exam paper is held for 100 marks and students have to attain a minimum of 33% marks to pass the Rajasthan Board 10th exams.
RBSE 10th 2023 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education 10th Examination|
|Short Exam Name||RBSE 10th|
|Conducting Body||Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Languages||English, Gujarati +5 More|
|Mode of Application||Offline / Online|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours 15 Minutes|
RBSE 10th 2023 Important Dates
Upcoming Dates and Events
16 Mar, 2023
Exam - English | Mode: Offline
21 Mar, 2023
Exam - Hindi | Mode: Offline
25 Mar, 2023
Exam - Social Science | Mode: Offline
29 Mar, 2023
Exam - Science | Mode: Offline
03 Apr, 2023
Exam - Maths | Mode: Offline
08 Apr, 2023
Exam - Third language- Hindi, Gujarati, Sanskrit, Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi | Mode: Offline
11 Apr, 2023
Exam - Vocational subjects | Mode: Offline
RBSE 10th 2023 Eligibility Criteria
RBSE 10th eligibility criteria are the requirements needed to be fulfilled by students in order to apply for Rajasthan Board 10th examination. Students who fail to satisfy the given RBSE 10th eligibility will not be allowed to appear in the examination.
- Student must have qualified class 9th from Rajasthan Board or other recognised board.
- The age of students should be equal to or more than 14 years.
- Students must have the minimum required attendance.
RBSE 10th 2023 Application Process
Mode of Application : Online and Offline
RBSE 10th application process includes steps that need to be taken for the successful submission of applications. Students had to apply for RBSE 10th examination through their respective schools. The head of the institution will later send the application to the board. The RBSE 10th application is completely offline.
- RBSE 10th Examination fee for Regular Students: Rs. 600
- Examination fee for Private candidates: Rs. 650
- Examination fee for PWD and son/daughter of defence personnel either retired or killed/disabled in action: Free
- Practical examination fee: Rs. 100
- Practical examination fee for PWD and son/daughter of defence personnel either retired or killed/disabled in action: Rs. 50
Supplementary reader-Kritika (part-2)
|Letter writing: (a) Personal-to friends, relatives and members of family, (b) official-to government officials, the editor of a newspaper or a magazine, headmaster/ principal|
|Letter writing: (c) Email-to family, friends, relatives, government officials, the editor, teachers, headmaster, principal and so on|
|Short story on a given outline|
|Short writing task based on a verbal or a visual stimulus (picture,chart, table, etc)|
|Tense: Simple present, present continuous, present perfect, simple past, past continuous, past perfect and tense showing future action)|
|Conjunctions (and, as well as, not only-but also, both-and, either-or, neither-nor, so-that, too-to, though, although, while, yet)|
|Active and passive voice|
|Framing questions and question tags|
Text books-First Flight
|Prose: (1) A letter to God, (2) Nelson Mandela: Long walk to freedom, (3) Two stories about hying, (4) From the diary of Anne Frank, (5) The hundred dress-1, (6) The hundred dress-2, (7) Glimpses of India, (8) The sermon at Benares|
|Poetry: (1) Dust of snow, (2) Fire and ice, (3) A tiger in the zoo, (4) How to tell wild animals, (5) Amanda, (6) Animals, (7) The trees, (8) The tale of custard and dragon|
Supplementary reader-Footprints without feet
|Content: (1) A triumph of surgery, (2) The thief's story, (3) The midnight visitor, (4) Footprints without feet, (5) The necklace, (6) Bholi, (7) The book that saved the earth|
Chemical substances-nature and behaviour
|Chemical reactions and equations: Chemical equation, implications of a balanced chemical equation. Effects of oxidation reactions in everyday|
|Acids, bases, and salts: Chemical properties of acids and bases. Similarity in acids and bases, information about the strength of an acid or base solution, information about salts|
|Metals and non-metals: Physical and chemical properties of metals and non-metals, metals and non-metals reactions. Extraction of metals. Corrosion. Prevention of corrosion|
World of living
|Life processes: Life processes, nutrition, respiration, transportation, excretion|
|Control and coordination: Nervous system in animals, coordination in plants, hormones in animals|
|Heredity and evolution: Accumulation of variation during reproduction, heredity, evolution. Speciation, evolution and classification, human evolution|
|Reflection and refraction of light: Reflection of light, spherical mirrors, refraction of light|
Effects of current
|Electricity: Electric current and circuit. Electric potential and potential difference, circuit diagram, Ohm’s law, factors on which the resistance of a conductor depends. Resistance of a system of resistors. Heating effect of electric current|
|Electricity: Electric power|
|Magnetic effects of current: Magnetic field and field lines, magnetic field due to current carrying conductor, force on current carrying conductor in a magnetic field, electric motor, electromagnetic induction. Electric generator|
|Magnetic effects of current: Domestic electric circuits|
|Our environment: Ecosystem and its components, activities affect the environment|
|Sustainable management of natural resources: Management of our resources, forest and wildlife, water for all, coal and petroleum, an overview of natural resource management|
India and the contemporary world-II
|Events and processes: (i) The rise of nationalism in Europe-(a) The French revolution and the Idea of the nation, (b) the making of nationalism in Europe, (c) the age of revolutions: 1830-1848, (d) the making of Germany and Italy|
|Events and processes: (i) The rise of nationalism in Europe-(d) visualizing the nation, (e) nationalism and imperialism, (ii) nationalism in India|
|Events and processes: (ii) Nationalism in India-(a) the First World War, Khilafat and non-cooperation, (b) differing strands within the movement, (iii) towards civil disobedience, (iv) the sense of collective belonging|
|Livelihoods, economies and societies: (i) The making of a global world-(a) the pre-modern world, (b) the nineteenth century (1815-1914), (iii) the inter war economy, (iv) rebuilding a world economy: The post-war era|
|Resources and development: (i) Types of resources, (ii) development of resources, (iii) resource planning in India, (iv) land resources, (v) land utilization, (vi) land use pattern in India, (vii) land degradation and conservation measures|
|Resources and development: (viii) Soil as a resource, (ix) classification of soils, (x) soil erosion and soil conservation|
|Forest and wildlife: (i) Biodiversity in India, (ii) flora and fauna in India vanishing forests, (iii) Asiatic Cheetah: Where did they go?, (iv) the Himalayan Yew in trouble, (v) conservation of forest and wildlife in India, (vi) project tiger|
|Forest and wildlife: (vii) Types and distribution of forests and wildlife resources, (viii) community and conservation|
|Water resources: (i) Water scarcity and the need for water conservation and management, (ii) multipurpose river projects and integrated water resources, (iii) management rainwater harvesting|
|Agriculture: (i) Types of farming, (ii) cropping pattern, (iii) major crops, (iv) technological and institutional reforms, (v) impact of globalization on agriculture|
|Minerals and energy resources: (i) What is a mineral?, (ii) mode of occurrence of minerals, (iii) ferrous and nonferrous minerals, (iv) non-metallic minerals, (v) rock minerals, (vi) conservation of minerals|
|Minerals and energy resources: (vii) Energy resources conventional and non-conventional, (viii) conservation of energy resources|
|Power sharing: (i) Case studies of Belgium and Sri Lanka, (ii) why power sharing is desirable?, (iii) forms of power sharing|
|Federalism: (i) What is federalism?, (ii) federal system in India, (iii) how is federalism practiced?, (vi) decentralization in India|
|Democracy and diversity: (i) Case studies of Mexico, (ii) differences, similarities and divisions, (iii) politics of social divisions|
|Caste religion and gender issues: (i) Gender and politics, (ii) religion, communalism and politics, (iii) caste and politics|
|Mass struggles and movements: (i) Popular struggles in Nepal and Bolivia, (ii) mobilization and organization, (iii) pressure groups and movements|
Understanding economic development
|Development: (i) What development promises-different people different goals, (ii) income and other goals, (iii) national development, (iv) how to compare different countries or states?, (v) income and other criteria, (vi) public facilities|
|Development: (vii) Sustainability of development|
|Sectors of the Indian economy: (i) Sectors of economic activities, (ii) comparing the three sectors-primary, secondary, and tertiary sectors in India, (iii) division of sectors as organized and unorganized|
|Sectors of the Indian economy: (iv) Sectors in terms of ownership: Public and private sectors|
|Money and credit: (i) Money as a medium of exchange, (ii) modern forms of money, (iii) loan activities of banks, (iv) two different credit situations, (v) terms of credit, (vi) formal sector credit in India, (vii) self help groups for the poor|
|Globalization and the Indian economy: (i) Production across countries, (ii) interlinking production across countries, (iii) foreign trade and integration of markets, (iv) what is globalization?, (v) factors that have enabled globalisation|
|Globalization and the Indian economy: (vi) World Trade Organisation, (vii) Impact of globalization on India, (viii) the struggle for a fair globalisation|
|Real number: Introduction, Euclid’s division lemma, the fundamental theorem of arithmetic, revisiting irrational numbers, revisiting rational numbers and their decimal expansions|
|Polynomials: Geometrical meaning of the zeroes of a polynomial, relationship between zeroes and coefficients of a polynomial, division algorithm for polynomials, summary|
|Pair of linear equations in two variables: Pair of linear equations in two variables, graphical method of solution of a pair of linear equations, algebraic methods of solving a pair of linear equations, substitution method, elimination method|
|Pair of linear equations in two variables: Cross-multiplication method, equations reducible to a pair of linear equations in two variables|
|Quadratic equations: Quadratic equations, solution of a quadratic equation by factorisation, solution of a quadratic equation by completing the square, nature of roots|
|Arithmetic progressions: Arithmetic progressions, nth term of an A.P. , sum of first n terms of an A.P.|
|Constructions: Division of a line segment, construction of tangents to a circle|
|Coordinate geometry: Distance formula, section formula, area of a triangle|
Introduction of trigonometry
|Introduction of trigonometry: Trigonometric ratios, trigonometric ratios of some specific angles, trigonometric ratios of complementary angles, trigonometric identities|
Statistics and probability
|Statistics: Mean of grouped data, mode of grouped data, median of grouped data, graphical representation of cumulative frequency distribution|
|Probability: A theoretical approach|
History and culture of Rajasthan
History of Rajasthan: An introduction
Major saint and folk deity of Rajasthan
Celebration, festivals and fair of Rajasthan
Clothes and jewellery of Rajasthan
Rajasthani paintings and folk arts
Architecture and different dimension of craft
Rajasthani folk dance and folk drama
Rajasthani language and literature
Major tourist place of Rajasthan
Major personalities of Rajasthan
Concept of information technology-II
Advance processing tools
|Introduction to MS-excel: Introduction to MS-excel, comparison between MS-word and MS-excel, worksheets and workbooks: Creating a workbook, opening, labeling, format workbook tabs, reposition sheets, naming, adding, deleting, hiding, un-hiding|
|Introduction to MS-excel: Worksheets and workbooks-saving workbooks and worksheets. Navigating, MS excel, insert cells, rows and columns, delete cells, row or columns, merge, splitting, hiding columns and rows, unhiding column and rows, format|
|Introduction to MS-excel: Filter and sort of cells, headers and footers, set margins for headers and footers, information about printing: Select print area, print a range of pages, about entering information into excel: Entering data, entering labels|
|Introduction to MS-excel: Information about printing-entering values, multiple entries, copying and pasting of cells, rows and columns. Filling cells with a series of data, editing cell data, find replace, go to cell data|
|Introduction to MS-excel: Locking rows and columns by splitting panes and freezing panes spell check, autocorrect, track changes, accept and reject changes, comments|
|Formatting a worksheet: Format painter, font style, font size, adding border and colours to cell, changing rows and column width, changing rows and column width using the mouse, applying number formats, creating custom number formats, align cell contents|
|Formatting a worksheet: Cell styles, creating your own cell styles, conditional formatting|
|Adding elements to a workbook: Adding Images, modifying image, charts: Types of charts, chart tools, creating charts, modifying charts, moving charts, organizational charts, sparkline|
|Adding elements to a workbook: Formulas and calculations-definition and explanation of formulas and calculations, mathematical operators, creating a formulas, creating functions. References, excel forms, tables, creating a table|
|Adding elements to a workbook: Inserting rows and columns into a table, data validation, finding invalid entries and auditing, page margins, page orientation, page breaks, sharing worksheets and workbooks, importing and exporting data|
|MS power point: Opening, opening an presentation, saving and closing a presentation, changing views, creating a new presentation, adding a slide, changing a slide, layout, entering text on a slide, changing text formats, using the format painter, bullets|
|MS power point: Alignments text, using templates, adding a picture, using the slide master, adding headers, footers and speaker notes, arranging slides, introduction to drawing tools, inserting and formatting picture files, insert a table, chart|
|MS power point: Smartart hyperlink, transition effects, animation effects, sound clip, running a slide show, creating a custom show|
Cyber crime and e-commerce
|Introduction to cyber crime and cyber law: Cyber law, technical aspects of cybercrime, computer viruses, social engineering, phishing, software piracy, intellectual property, mail bombs|
|E-commerce/ e-business: E-commerce-features, advantages to organizations, advantages to customers, advantages to society, technical disadvantages, not technical disadvantages, e-commerce business|
|E-business security, privacy, and legal requirements: Business philosophy and vision, e-business security, security, types of security risks encountered on an intranet and extranet, firewalls and their evolution|
|E-commerce payment system: Cryptography, digital signature, virtual private network (VPN), types of VPN, measures to ensure security, modes of electronic payments, third party payment processor, payment gateway, traditional marketing|
|E-commerce payment system: Examples of traditional advertising, internet marketing, protection of privacy and intellectual property|
Application and system software
|Application and system software: Definition of computer data, information, computer instruction, computer program, software: Application and system software, uses and examples of application software and system software|
|Application and system software: Software-proprietary software and open source software (OSS), foundation of the open source software, comparison between OSS and proprietary software, reasons for adoption of open source software|
|Application and system software: Advantages and disadvantages of OSS, operating system: Microsoft window, linux, open office|
Internet and its applications
|Web and electronics mail: Internet, future of the internet, application of internet, different ways of access the internet, services on internet, communication on internet, internet protocol, HTTP< FTP, SMTP, telnet, intranet, WWW (world wide web)|
|Web and electronics mail: Websites, web browsers, internet explorer, the URL address, surfing the internet, chatting on Internet, conferencing on internet, e-mail, virus, electronic mail, types of email services, uses of mail services|
|Web and electronics mail: Basic issues of email|
|Virus and antivirus: Virus, anti-virus, virus protection software, protection of the computer from virus, updating the software|
|Internet: Type of internet access, online services, internet services provider, hypertext and hyperlinks, favourites or bookmarks, cookies, bluetooth, wi-fi DHCP, proxy setting, IP address, subnet mask, gateways, DNS|
Socially useful productive work and social service
Physical and health education
Singing and drama
RBSE 10th 2023 Preparation Tips
For the RBSE 10th exam, you need to prepare strategically. Thus, exam experts recommend the following tips, tricks and preparation techniques to make you completely prepared for the exam:
1) Make a study plan: Making a study plan is essential in many ways. For one, it gives your studies a certain discipline. According to the weightage of subjects, you can give weightage to certain topics and give special attention to them. Remember not to leave anything.
2) Focus on short goals: Divide your RBSE 10th syllabus in short term goals and try to reach them. This will make you confident and motivated to reach your goals again and again.
3) Know the exam pattern: Knowing the syllabus and exam pattern for RBSE Class 10 exam helps you prepare for an exam better. You focus on important topics or segregate subjects and units into important/not important.
4) Make flashcards: Dates in history, formulas in mathematics, derivations in physics and equations in chemistry. These all require understanding and a little bit of mugging. Make small flashcards of these dates, equations & formulas and revise them on a daily basis.
5) Don't be afraid to ask for help: Everyone reaches a point where they just get stuck. If you ever find yourself in a tight spot in your studies, ask your teacher or friends for help.
RBSE 10th is important as it gives the student insight on how the paper is set. This is important to make a study plan as this will provide you information on how to go on about your studies. You can derive which topic is given more weightage and set your priorities accordingly. The tentative RBSE Class 10 exam pattern:
|Topic||Number of question papers||Time Given (in hours)||Theory/Practicals||Internals||Maximum Marks||Minimum marks to pass|
|Science||1||3:15 ||80||20||100||33 |
|Social Studies||1||3:15 ||80||20||100||33|
|Vocational Studies (in some schools)||1||2:00 |
|Rajasthan Research & society welfare schemes||1||3:15 ||80||20||Scores are given on school level.|
|Physical Education||1||3:15 |
|Scores are given on school level.|
|Foundation of IT||1||3:15 |
Students have to solve the RBSE Class 10 sample papers/ model papers to know the exam pattern, syllabus, time management and various other important aspects. Solving RBSE 10th sample papers and previous year question papers makes one aware of the standard of questions asked in the exam. The sample papers are designed to help students to be more efficient and confident during the real exam owing to their true exam like constrictions.
Students had to carry their RBSE 10th admit card while appearing in the exam as it is one of the most important documents. Without the admit card, the student will not be allowed to sit for the exam. RBSE 10th Admit card contain information about the students such as their name, photo, enrollment number etc.
Documents Required at Exam
- Admit Card
- School ID Card
- Rajasthan Board will declare the RBSE Class 10 result in April 2023, at RBSE's official website.
- Students will have to enter their roll number as given on their admit card to view their Rajasthan Board 10th result.
- The following details will be available on the RBSE result: Students' roll no., name, father’s name, mother’s name, subjects, marks obtained, percentage and division.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question:How should I prepare for the Class 10 board exams in last one month?
In the last month, you should focus on revision only. Do not study any new topic and practice sample papers as much as you can.
Question:How can I apply for the supplementary exams of RBSE?
You can apply for the supplementary exams through your respective schools.
Question:What should I do if I get failed in one or more subjects?
In this case, you can appear in the supplementary exams to save your academic year.
Question:What credentials are required to check the RBSE 10th result?
You will need your roll number to check the result.
Question:From where can I download the PDF of Syllabus for Class 10 Rajasthan Board?
The PDF for all subjects is available on the official website of Rajasthan Board, rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
Question:What is the exam duration of RBSE Class 10 exams 2023?
The exam duration of RBSE Class 10 exams is 3.15 hours.
Question:What are the maximum marks for theory paper of Rajasthan 10th exams?
The theory paper will be of 80 marks.
Question:When will the RBSE Class 10 result be announced?
The RBSE 10th result 2023 will be announced in April 2023.
Question:What are the passing marks in Rajasthan Board 10th examination?
Students have to obtain a minimum of 33 per cent marks to pass the exam.
Question:Are the exact questions from model papers asked in board exams?
No, the RBSE 10th model papers consist of the sample questions. Exact questions will not be asked in the exam.
Question:From where can I download the model papers of Rajasthan board Class 10?
The RBSE 10th model papers 2023 are made available on rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
Question:What is the RBSE 10th exam date 2023?
The RBSE 10th exams will be held from March 16 to April 11, 2023.
Question:When will the time table for Rajasthan Board Class 10 be released.
The RBSE 10th time table 2023 has been released on January 13, 2023.
Questions related to RBSE 10th
Class 10th board paper kab se hai 😄😄😄
The RBSE 10th board examination schedule has not been announced yet, so for updates keep an eye on the official website for which link id provided below:-
rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in (http://rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in) .
RBSE 10th board tentative/expected exam date 2022 are expected to fall between 6th march to 27, march 2022
You can get complete tentative date at:-
Follow the given below tips to score well in your board examination :-
---------) Go well through your textbooks
---------) While reading the book, underline the important points and then later make short notes
---------) Do go through the questions at the end of the chapter, just reading is not going to help.
---------) Follow a routine, it should be such that it moves around 3 important things i. e first studying, then practicing questions and finally revision.
---------) Focus relatively more on your weak subject so that you can make them strong
---------) Have daily, weekly and monthly goals like you will complete these topics today , these chapter by the end of the week and these many chapters by the end of the month
---------) Be practical in your approach. For example, if you need 4 days to complete a chapter but you plan to finish it in 1 day from scratch then that's not going to help you, at the end of the day it will give you disappointment and down your morale, so be practical.
---------) Complete your syllabus at least 1 month before your board examination so that you can give it for revision and practicing questions
---------) solve previous year question papers :- it will be really of great help to you because you will know what type of questions are asked in the exam, their difficulty level , examination pattern etc
---------) Go through chapterwise and unitwise test and once you're done with the complete syllabus ,go through full mock test papers. And do at least 5-10 full mock test papers in each subject.
---------) practicing days full mock test papers will let you know the level of your preparation for your board examination .
---------) after each mock test analyse your performance to know your mistakes / weak areas , after that you need to work on improving them in the subsequent mock tests .
I hope that you find this helpful.
Rbse 10th class exam cencel huaa hai kya
No RBSE has no yet cancelled 10th exams. Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE), Ajmer conducts the RBSE 10th Board exam for Class 10 students, every year. Students who cleared their class 9 from RBSE or any recognized board are eligible to apply and appear for the RBSE 10th exam. RBSE 10th exams 2021 have been postponed by the Rajasthan board due to a surge in COVID-19 cases. The examination will be conducted for 5 main subjects including Maths, Science, Social Science and two language subjects. Students can opt for one additional subject as well.
10th ke paper kab lagenge sar
Every year class 10th exams are conducted in the month of March . But this year due to corona pandemic there is delay in every exam schedule. So the class 10th exam date is not released yet. It will be released soon . So keep checking official website for detail information.
Hope this helps
the rusult of class 10 rbse is when declered
The 10th standard Rajastha Board of Secondary Education results will be declared by 17th of July, 2020. Stay tuned to the official website for quick notifications and updates.
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Best wishes. Thank you.
which subject best after tenth Rbse
Regardless of the board that you did your Class 10 from, the options for Class 11 & 12 remain the same.
The most sought after courses are:
- MEC --- For careers in BBA, Management and CA
- MPC --- For almost all career options. You can do BBA also. Also you get options in B.Tech, Defence, B.Sc , Pilot Training etc.
- BiPC --- For careers in MBBS, Agriculture, Forensics etc. Basically into medical related field.
All of these are beautiful and best in themselves. The only line marking the difference is their career prospects. You gotta choose the subjects based on your interest and your aim for life. While doing so, keep in mind that you will have to carry this decision for the rest of your life.
Hope this helps.