CBSE Class 10 board Exam Results 2021, Check all Details Here
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CBSE Class 10 board Exam Results
CBSE Class 10 Exam Result: The sudden increase in coronavirus cases The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been forced to cancel CBSE Class 10 Board Exams 2021 and postpone CBSE Class 12 Board Exams 2021 due to COVID-19 cases across the country. Following CBSE's guidance, a number of state boards have agreed to postpone or cancel Class 10 and 12 Board Exams. Because of the increasing number of coronavirus cases, the ICSE class 10 board exams have also been canceled. The Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), on the other hand, has declared that students in Class 10 will have the choice of taking the exams later or being assessed using alternative criteria.
Class 9 and 10 Exam Paper Pattern: According to the new year-end or Board exam composition for Class 9 and 10 candidates, a total of 30% of marks would be reserved for Competency-Based Questions, which may be in the form of MCQs, Case-based questions, Source-based Integrated questions, and so on. Following that, objective-type questions would receive 20% of the marks, with the remaining 50% of the marks going to short or long response questions, as per the current trend.
Class 11 and 12 Exam Paper Pattern: Competency-based questions will account for 20% of the marks for students in Classes 11 and 12, with Objective-type questions accounting for 20% of the marks and the remaining 60% of the marks going to short or long answer questions, as per the current trend.
Meanwhile, the CBSE has asked schools across the country to follow NCERT Learning Outcomes and improve their evaluation and assessment practices. It has been learned that the CBSE has written a letter to all affiliated school heads suggesting new policies in line with the National Education Policy 2020. According to the CBSE letter, “the National Education Policy 2020 has reiterated the need to transition from rote to competency-based learning in order to help students build innovative and critical thinking capacities to meet the demands of the twenty-first century.” Due to the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, students in grades 9 and 11 were also advanced without exams. Internal examinations, project work, and class evaluations were used to determine which students would be promoted.