CBSE Board Exam 2022: Board's New Scheme Splits Academic Session Into Two Terms
As per as the latest updates from the CBSE board, the Central Board Of School Education has decided to split the academic term into two terms. From now the board exams of the 2021 batch will be held in two terms with 50 percent of the syllabus in each term. The CBSE on Monday has announced a totally different assessment scheme for the both classes of 10th and 12th
The Educational Department will rationalize the syllabus for the both of the terms. Syllabus for the terms will be updated by ending July. As per reports the main reason for the splitting of the terms is the interconnecting of the concepts of these chapters.
The board also stated that their efforts will now be more on the internal assessment or practical or project work.
Two Board Exams
These two terms will be named as Term 1 And Term 2nd. Teachers will continue to teach in the distance mode until they are informed to change the teaching scheme also.
Term I will be MCQ of 90 Minutes and Term II will be the paper of two hours with different question formats. The multiple choice question will include assertion type questions also.