CBSE examination for 2021-2022
CBSE (The Central Board of Secondary Education) declared on Monday that the academic session of this year 2021-2022 will be divided into two terms. Each term will constitute only 50 % of the syllabus. The exams will be conducted at the end of each term on the basis of a divided syllabus.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) decided to conduct the board exams of 10th and 12th at the end of the academic session.
The examinations of term I will be organized at the end of the first term. The exams will be conducted between November-December 2021 with a period of 4-8 weeks, said CBSE. The examinations of Term II will be organized at the end of second term. This exam will be conducted between March-April 2022. The dates of the examinations will be notified once announced.
The examination pattern will be in the form of MCQ (Multiple choice questions) including MCQ’s with assertion and reasoning types. The duration of the exams will be approximately 90 minutes. The question papers will be sent from CBSE to the schools with a pattern to assign marks. These exams will be conducted under the supervision of External Centre Superintends. Students have to record their responses in the OMR sheets, which can be uploaded after scanning in the CBSE portal. This pattern of examination is for both Term I.
For examinations of term II the pattern of the exam will be descriptive with short and long answered questions. The durations for this exam will be 2 hours. If the exams are not in a descriptive pattern, then the exams will be conducted in MCQ type similar to Term I. Both the marks of Term I and II will be used to get the final score of the academics in 2021-2022.
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