Education System – CBSE: Now the performance-based questions are asked in the exams

Jhansi The CBSE Board is taking the initiative to improve student qualifications and skills. With this, the Board changed the format of the questionnaire from grade nine to grade 12 in the new meeting. Among them, about 30 percent of the questions in the ninth and tenth and 20 percent in the 11th to 12th are asked on the basis of competitiveness. To this end, the board has sent instructions to all schools.
So far, 70 percent of short and long answer questions have been asked in the tenth standard in CBSE. While in grade 12, 60 percent of the questions were like this. Now the board has reduced it by 10 percent. As part of the 2020 Education Policy change, performance-related questions will be asked in the annual exams of the ninth and eleventh exams, as well as board exams, to improve students’ thinking skills and improve their skills. While in the ninth and tenth board 30 percent and in the 12th board exam 20 percent of such questions are asked. CBSE district coordinator Preeti Khatri said the sample paper will be released based on the new format. On this basis, studies are carried out in schools.
These will be changes
Ninth and 10th.
– 30 questions are based on earnings. Which will have several objective, case study based questions.
– There are multiple choice questions with 20 points.
– Questions about long and short answers have been reduced from 60 to 50 percent.
11th and 12th ..
– Aptitude-based questions will be 20 percent.
– There are multiple choice questions with 20 points.
– Questions about long and short answers have been reduced from 70 to 60 percent.

Jhansi The CBSE Board is taking the initiative to improve student qualifications and skills. With this, the Board changed the format of the questionnaire from grade nine to grade 12 in the new meeting. About 30 percent of the questions in the ninth and tenth and 20 percent in the 11th to 12th are asked on the basis of competitiveness. To this end, the board has sent instructions to all schools.

So far, 70 percent of short and long answer questions have been asked in the tenth standard in CBSE. While 60 percent of the questions on the 12th were like that. Now the board has reduced it by 10 percent. As part of the 2020 Education Policy change, the annual exams of the ninth and eleventh exams, as well as board exams, will ask performance-related questions to improve students’ thinking skills and skills. While in the ninth and tenth board 30 percent and in the 12th board exam 20 percent of such questions are asked. CBSE district coordinator Preeti Khatri said the sample paper will be released based on the new format. On this basis, studies are carried out in schools.

These will be changes

Ninth and 10th.

– 30 questions are based on earnings. Which will have several objective, case study based questions.

– There are multiple choice questions with 20 points.

– Questions about long and short answers have been reduced from 60 to 50 percent.

11th and 12th ..

– Aptitude-based questions will be 20 percent.

– There are multiple choice questions with 20 points.

– Questions about long and short answers have been reduced from 70 to 60 percent.

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