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CBSE Latest News 2021: CBSE announces a special announcement scheme, a session to be split into two parts.

CBSE Board exam 2022: CBSE announces a special announcement scheme, a session to be split into two parts.

From 2020, covid 19 pandemics forced most of the CBSE schools to function in online mode. In 2021, during the second wave in April the pandemic was at its peak. Subsequently, the Board Exams for Class 10 and Class 12 2021 were canceled. The results of the Board Exams are to be calculated based upon criteria that were previously released by CBSE.

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CBSE Latest News 2021 for Class 10 and 12

At present, CBSE has released a circular that states the Board Exams for Class 10 and 12 in 2022 will be split into two parts. During 2021-2022, the Board will be reducing the syllabus of the students significantly and will continuously keep a record of the marks scored by them in various exams.

This is done to increase the probability of having a Board conducted classes 10 and 12 examinations at the end of the academic session,” the CBSE statement read.

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This is done to ensure that the board officials have sufficient alternative methods to calculate the board exams results for 2022 if by chance the exams get canceled. The circular also states that the syllabus will be reduced following the previous year’s syllabus, that is of 2021.

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At the end of each term, the class 10 and 12 students will have to appear for the board exams for the academic year 2021-2022. The first term will be held between November- December 2021. The exam will be of 90 minutes duration with MCQ-type questions.

And the next exam will be on March-April 2022. For this term, the question paper can be of various formats as most of the schools would complete their syllabus. This will also be a 2-hour exam. If the pandemic continues then this term will also be of MCQ type.

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If the pandemic subsides and both the exams are conducted well then the final results will be based upon the marks scored in both. If one term is held and the other is not, then the term which has taken place will have more weightage along with board practicals and internal assessment marks.

Regarding internal assessment, Classes 9 and 10, throughout the year irrespective of terms 1 and 2, will include the three periodic tests, student enrichment, portfolio, and practical work/ speaking listening activities/ project. While for Classes 11 and 12, the internal assessment would include end-of-topic or unit tests/ exploratory activities/ practicals/ projects.

 

FAQ for CBSE Latest News 2021

When will the board exams be conducted for 2022?

For 2022 the boards will be conducted from Nov-Dec and then again from March-April.

What will be the marks distribution for it?

The marks will be based upon the internals, two-term examination marks, and the practical exams.

Is it compulsory to attend both terms?

Yes, it is compulsory to attend both the terms as it is the same as having one single Board Exam. The only thing is it is divided into two parts with different question paper formats.

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