Change in the number of questions:
The most important of the changes that will be implemented from this session is the change in the number of questions. The number of questions will be less in this session.
The number of subjective questions will be less:
The number of subjective questions will be less in this session’s board exam. While the number of objective questions has been increased. Objective questions of one mark in all subjects will be around 25 percent.
To pass this number of marks are required:
It will be mandatory for the students of class 10th to get 33 percent marks in both practical and theory exams to pass the board exam. However, there is a slight change in the rules for class 12th students. The students of class 12th have to secure 33 percent marks separately in practical, theory and internal assessment to qualify in the board exam. That is, if the paper is of 70 marks, then it has to score 23 and if it is of 80 marks then it has to get 26 marks.
There will be many such subjects in the board examination, in which there will be no practical examination. In such a situation, internal assessment will be done in them. Internal assessment will be of 20 marks. CBSE has started this system from this time itself. Internal option will be available in 33 per cent of all questions.
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 04, 2019, 09:16 IST