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Reforms in CBSE Exams: Check New Changes

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to implement new reforms in the method of assessing the learning abilities of students from the next academic year in all schools across the country.
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CBSE Exams Reforms

CBSE has already announced that new changes are being made to assess the talent of students based on their acquired skills and abilities. It said that these changes will be based on the National Education Policy-2020. Reforms in assessing students' talent have been piloted in some schools. Officials say that good results have been obtained. That is why preparations are being made to implement it in all schools, CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi said.

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What are the new changes?

☛ Subjects without practical tests will also have internal marks to enable comprehensive assessment of students' skills.

☛ 20 percent marks will be allotted based on the opinions of the parents and teachers of the students. That means all subjects will have internal marks.

☛ The number of questions in the question paper will be increased by another 33 percent. They will select appropriate questions and provide an opportunity to write the answers. Questions are asked to closely test competence and skills.

☛ There is an opportunity to ask questions that are not in the books. Students have to think analytically and write answers.

☛ Aptitude survey tests are conducted for children of classes 3, 5 and 8. These are not based on marks. The level of learning of the students and how much talent has improved compared to the past is known through these.

☛ CBSE issues a special progress card to assess the talent of the students in all aspects.

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Published date : 16 Jul 2022 11:52AM

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