CBSE Is Considering Changing Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Pattern | Here’s What You Need To Know

In a recently released official notification, it has been stated that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is known to be considering the proposal to make certain changes in the exam pattern. As per the reports, the CBSE Board is considering to bring about changes in the CBSE Board Exams 2020 Class 10 & 12 Exam Pattern.

If the consideration gets finalized, all the changes which shall be brought about in Class 10 & 12 Exam Pattern would be implemented from the next academic session for the students.  Apart from this, various other decisions by the CBSE Board have been taken in context to the affiliation of the schools to the Board and the quality of education and infrastructure of the schools.

CBSE Considers To Change Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Pattern From Next Academic Session 

A proposal has been submitted and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is considering to implement changes in Class 10 & 12 Board Exam Pattern from the new academic session. As per the expectation, the CBSE Board is likely to move the focus of the exam pattern to the understanding of the concepts as well as the ability of the students to think critically, from the idea of rote learning. Further, the proposed plan also includes the implementation of the vocational exams which will be held in the month of February each year and the CBSE Board Exams would be ended by the end of the month of March.

There will likely be more short answer questions having 1-5 marks. The idea to disclose the results by the end of the month of April or the first week of May along with the rearrangement of the pen and paper tests is being considered by the CBSE Board. All the related details are available on the official CBSE website that is

Check Various Changes Proposed By CBSE Here 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) plans to take steps to check the quality of the education as well as the infrastructure which is being provided to the students in CBSE schools. The proposal that has been submitted to the CBSE Board consists of the terms related to the affiliation of the schools to the board.

The ability of the schools and educational institutions to provide a good quality of education will be a major fact that will be considered while providing affiliation to the CBSE Board. The CBSE Board will also be testing the availability of the appropriate kind as well as the quality of the infrastructure.


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