CBSE Board Exam 2019: Central Board of Secondary Education has implemented a lot of changes in the syllabus for Class 10 and 12 Board Exams 2019. Amongst many, subjects like English and Mathematics have been undergoing many changes for the year 2019 Board exams. In the recent update only, CBSE has made shocking revelation regarding the English and Maths syllabus update for the Board exam students 2019.
With the starting of the month, the Central Board of Secondary Education has released that the Board will organise the Board exam in the month of February 2019 only. Along preponed of the Board exams 2019 come multiple changes in the same by CBSE. Know the details below.
CBSE Board Exam 2019: New Changes in English & Maths Syllabus
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to release the timetable for the Board Exam 2019 soon. Before to the same, CBSE has announced changes in the syllabus in regards with English and Maths subject of the Board Exam 2019. As far as the Mathematics subject for Class 10 syllabus for Board Exam 2019 is concerned, students will get the option to choose from 2 papers, one of the standard level and other of the existing level.
Whereas major changes have been made in the English subject (Class 12) question paper for the CBSE Board exam in 2019. There will be only 2 passages instead of 3 in the Reading section. In regards with 2 passages, there will be 5 MCQs, 9 very short answer type and 3 short answer type questions. Along with this, there have been 30 marks allocated to section A in English question paper. Also, the number of questions has been reduced to 35 from 40 questions by the CBSE Board for 2019 exams.
Know more details in Class 10 and 12 Board Exams in 2019 by CBSE
Central Board of Secondary Education although is all set to start the Board exam a month prior for the year 2019. Although it will start for the vocational subjects only, whereas the core subjects of the exam will begin in the month of March 2019.
Soon the detailed datesheet of the Board exams 2019 (Class 10 and 12) will be released on the official website of CBSE. We wish all the best to the candidates appearing for the Central Board of Secondary Education Board exam for the year 2019.