The Maths subject for Class 9 to 12 is one of those kinds which receives mixed reactions from the students. Some of the students possess a deep love for solving the figures whereas some experience a hard time solving the same. This clearly shows that all the students need not have a similar liking or interest in any of the subjects being taught in the higher classes.
In lieu of the same, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is keen on considering a proposal according to which the students of higher classes from Class 9 till Class 12 who are not interested to pursue the Mathematics subject in their higher degrees and classes will not be subject to tougher versions of the examination.
CBSE To Prepare 2 Maths Exams | Check Changes Here
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Board is examining the proposal which revolves around the introduction of 2 question papers for the Mathematics subject for Classes 9 to 12. This step has come into consideration because it has been felt that there is no need for the students to attempt tough papers of the Maths subject who are not willing to take this subject in the higher class as a bad performance might lead to a decline in the overall result of the students as well. The Board additionally is receiving the representations from the schools as well as the principals for the proposal of extending two versions of the Maths question paper. This proposal is required to be approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC) as well.
CBSE Interested To Conduct 2 Maths Exams | Know Why
The motive behind this move is that all those students who are not willing to take Maths as a subject in their higher classes would be avoiding the tag that they are not good in Maths in context to their bad performance in the subject. Two maths paper, one is easy for the ones who won’t take Maths in the higher classes and the other being difficult for the ones preparing for competitive entrances like JEE is likely to be introduced by CBSE for Classes 9 to 12. Apart from a different paper, a different curriculum in context to the same for the students is being worked upon.