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CBSE Term 1 Exam: Board to Apply Advanced Data Analytics Technology to Check Irregularities

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CBSE Board Exams 2022: CBSE Board Exams 2022 will be conducted in two terms. The first-term board exams will be conducted for classes 10 and 12 during the last week of November 2021. The Board has decided to use data analytics to monitor the exam centres so that technical irregularities can be reduced during the exams.

Using data analytics will prevent irregularities in academic testing across all CBSE exam centres in the country. This will also strengthen the reliability of the National Achievement Survey (NAS), Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) and Board examinations.

Specialized Algorithms will be used in data analytics to detect abnormalities that can take place during the board exams. This year the first term board exams won’t be invigilated by CBSE board externals but rather by the concerned school teachers. This is the reason why CBSE has decided to implement the data analytics method so that they too are aware of any misdeeds which might occur.
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CBSE has decided to use data analytics to prevent the malpractices adopted by students during the online exams. Last year, viva voce was conducted online and CBSE noted that few of the students used malpractices due to which strict action had to be taken against them. To prevent such cases in the future, CBSE has decided to adopt the latest technologies.

During the rise of the pandemic, the whole country shifted to a new work model. Starting from schools to offices, everything moved online. This is when the examinations too had to be taken online. Students while appearing for the online exams began misusing the power of technology to clear the exams.
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Specialized algorithms will be used in data analytics to detect and identify suspicious data patterns at the exam centres. If the test is conducted successfully, then other exams too will soon adopt the system.

The exact way through which the algorithms will decide the data patterns haven’t yet been disclosed. CBSE will be implementing this for the first time during the Board Exams. This year the board exams will be conducted in two terms. The first term will be conducted during the last week of November.

The second term Board Exam will be conducted during March-April 2022. The Board Exam patterns too have been changed this year. Students will have to answer MCQ questions in the first term and MCQ as well as subjective in second term board exams.

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CTET which is the Teacher’s eligibility test was conducted during the early months of this year. For monitoring the exam, data analytics was used to detect the abnormalities. The results were found to be fruitful and hence CBSE has decided to implement the same for the board exams.

This year the CBSE will conduct board exams in two terms. Last year the board exams had to be cancelled due to the rise in several corona positive cases across the country. The results were declared based on evaluation criteria which were set by a panel.

OMR sheets will be provided to all the students during the first term board exams. In an OMR sheet, the questions will be placed vertically and the options related to them will be available horizontally. Students need to check the corresponding column number and row number to answer the questions. They should also be careful of filling out the option circle carefully.

FAQs on CBSE use Data Analytics Term 1 Exam 2021

Why are the exams proctored by data analytics?

The exams are proctored by data analytics to reduce the number of abnormalities that can be faced by the conducting board due to the advancement of technology. This is implemented to curb malpractices adopted by students during examinations.

When are the board exams starting for Class 10?

 

The board exams for class 10 are starting from the last week of November.

When are the practical exams scheduled for the first term board exams?

The practical exams are scheduled during the first and second week of November. The individual schools will complete the practical exams before the theory exam starts for the first term board exams. Once results are declared for first-term board exams, it needs to be uploaded on the official website by the concerned school authorities.

Is there any reduction in the syllabus for the first term board exams?

Yes, there has been a significant reduction in the syllabus. For the board exams, only 50% of the total syllabus will be required. Students are required to answer MCQ type questions for the first term board exams.

Is there any negative marking in the MCQ questions?

No there isn’t any negative marking in the first term board examinations. This will be the first time where students will be appearing for the MCQ-type questions during the board examinations.

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