With effect from the new changes decided, the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) shall be preparing the question papers for the Classes IX and XI from the new academic session commencing from 2019. Whereas, the evaluation of the answer sheets shall be done by the school only.
The CISCE is all set to start setting the question papers for Classes IX and XI along with the main board Classes that is Class X and Class XII and will be sending the same to the schools which are affiliated to the schools. This is a major step which will result in the standardisation of the education system.
CISCE To Set Question Paper Of Class IX & XI | Check Details Here
For all the core subjects which are related to the different streams of Classes IX and XI, the CISCE will be preparing the question papers for all of them from the new academic session commencing from 2019. Two set of the question papers will be prepared by the Board for each of the levels out of which one of the tests will be of the school and will be conducted in the month of November and December.
The other exam shall be conducted in the month of February and March. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has taken this major step to set the question papers for Classes apart from Classes X and XII in order to ensure that a proportionate portion of the proposed syllabus is duly covered and that the students are not particularly burdened at one particular stage while studying and preparing.
This step is also taken in order to prevent the students from cramming and thus have a better clarity of the terms and concept. Proper weightage shall be given to all the chapters which will influence effective and efficient learning.
Council for the Indian School Certificate Exam Statistics
In the current scenario, as many as 2,161 schools conduct the ICSE Board Exam whereas 1,034 schools conduct the ISC Exams. As many as 1,80,000 students appear for the Class X Board Exam every year and the Class XII Board Exam is taken by a number of 80,000 students each year.