CBSE Board Update: Big News! Pattern will return from next year, board exams will be held only once, know full details.

CBSE Board Update: Big News! Pattern will return from next year, board exams will be held only once, know full details

CBSE Board Exam Update: Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia has disagreed with the board’s decision. He said that a year-end exam should not be a high-stakes exam. Class 12th exam should be a learning test.

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CBSE Board Exam Update: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to restore the pattern of conducting board exams once again from the next academic year. This means that instead of conducting the 10th and 12th board exams in two terms, once again the exams will be conducted in one go as before. However, the exams will be based on the 30 percent reduced syllabus as revised by the board.

Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia has disagreed with the board’s decision. He said that a year-end exam should not be a high-stakes exam. Class 12th exam should be a learning test. He said, “According to the system that is in place now, evaluation will be done twice a year and the final results will be out on that, but from next year CBSE is withdrawing it. I have some problem with this. Instead of having high-stakes exams at the end of the year, there should be a continuous learning mechanism.

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For the academic year 2021-22, CBSE had divided the board exams into 2 parts. The decision was taken after the cancellation of the board exams for the 2020-21 academic year due to the second wave of the corona pandemic. The students were assessed on the basis of their marks in the previous examinations, practical examinations and internal assessment. The Term-I board exam for the session 2021-22 was conducted in November-December last year, while the Term-II exam is scheduled to start from April 26. The results for Term 1 exam have been released and admit cards for Term II exams have been released.

According to the information, the board says that this decision has been taken on the basis of the approval received by the schools. The National Policy on Education (NEP 2020) proposes that all students be allowed to take board exams on two occasions in an academic year. One main exam and one improvement exam for improvement. Board exams will no longer be high-stakes exams due to improvement exams.

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