CBSE changed the exam pattern of 11th and 12th, know important things

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CBSE Board: Now CBSE Board 10th and 12th examinations can be conducted twice a year, instructions can be issued soon!
CBSE Board: Now CBSE Board 10th and 12th examinations can be conducted twice a year, instructions can be issued soon!

According to CBSE, the change made in the exam pattern of class 11th and 12th is based on the New Education Policy 2020. The examination pattern has been improved as per the new education policy.

CBSE has decided to change the exam pattern of class 11th and 12th. Under this change, it has been decided to remove long answer questions from the examinations. According to the Ministry of Education, the basic objective of this change is to end the tendency of memorizing answers in children and to promote the tendency to learn. The new examination pattern issued by CBSE has been implemented from the academic year 2024-25.

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Know what is change

CBSE says that from now on instead of long answer type questions, concept based questions will be asked in class 11th and 12th. Along with this, CBSE also says that this change is applicable only for classes 11th and 12th. There has been no change in the examination pattern of classes 9th and 10th.

According to CBSE, the change made in the exam pattern of class 11th and 12th is based on the New Education Policy 2020. The examination pattern has been improved as per the new education policy.

Why is it needed

CBSE Director Joseph Emmanuel said that according to the National Education Policy 2020, CBSE has taken steps to use efficiency-based education in schools. This includes competency-based assessment and development of exemplary resources for teachers and students.

Joseph Emmanuel said that CBSE is creating such an eco system in the field of school education, whose objective is not to memorize but to emphasize on learning. Through this new ecosystem, the creative thinking and abilities of the students will be developed, so that they can deal with the challenges of the 21st century.

Giving more information in this regard on Thursday evening, CBSE Board said that the number of multiple choice questions i.e. MCQs and efficiency based questions has been increased from 40 percent to 50 percent. Whereas the percentage of other questions including short and long answers has been reduced from 40 to 30 percent. Regarding the changes made in the exam pattern, CBSE also says that one of the objectives of this change is to find out how much the school students are able to understand various concepts in real life.

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