This is the first time after the Corona epidemic that everything seems to be back on track, the central government had flagged off the new education policy in the year 2020. But due to the Corona epidemic, it could not be implemented in the way that the government actually wanted. According to this new education policy, the board examinations were to be conducted according to the two-semester system, but due to Corona, this could not be possible, but after all, this rule is being implemented.
From this year, the 10th-12th examination will be conducted through the term exam system, for this, today on October 18, the CBSE board will release the datesheet of the term exam. This time the board exams have been divided into two terms, this time the exam will be conducted in two parts. 50-50% syllabus will be covered in both the parts. CBSE will release the Term-1 exam datesheet today, the rest of the schools will see the exam center, student list and other important things which will be monitored by CBSE.
how will the question
The questions of 10th-12th term exam this year will be multiple choice question based, in which objective type questions will be asked to the students. Many multiple choice questions can also be based on logic. This year there is a possibility that the examination of both the term will be offline. Let all the students know that the pattern of Term-1 exam and Term-2 exam will be completely different, in the second term students will be asked open ended questions. In the second term exam, both short and long questions will be asked which the students will have to answer. The duration of these exams will be of two hours, you can understand it in such a way that the exam of term-2 will be your main or main exam in a way. Students will have to prepare more for the second term exam than for the first term.
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Term-1 exam of 10th-12th will be of 90 minutes, it has been learned in the information that this exam will be taken on OMR sheet. But Term-2 exam will be of two hours and in this MCQs and subjective type questions will be asked. If the examination of both the term is done through offline then the result and result will be prepared by taking 50-50 percent weightage of them. Suppose for some reason the examination could not be conducted through offline means, then at that time the result and result of the students will be prepared by taking 40 percent weightage from the first term exam and 60 percent from the second term exam.
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