The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will hold two board exams or semester-end exams for batch 2022. Each of the exams takes place at 50 percent of the curriculum. Semester I takes place from November to December, semester II from March to April. The examination scheme will not only differ from the previous exams, but also the pattern of the exams in the first and second semester.
The first semester exams include multiple choice questions, including case-based MCQs and Assertion-Reasoning MCQs, and are held for 90 minutes. Term II will include questions in a variety of formats including case-related, situational, open-ended, and short and long answer questions. This work is carried out for two hours. As the number of COVID-19 cases has increased in March and April over the past two years, the board has already given the schools the flexibility. If the Covid-19 pandemic situation does not normalize, the March exams will be held for 90 minutes of MCQ-based papers.
It is expected that the exams will be held by the respective schools. However, to be fair, the work will be carried out under the supervision of external center directors and observers appointed by CBSE. The board will soon be issuing a streamlined curriculum.
For the calculation of the final grade of the students in the examinations before a committee in 2021, in addition to the Term I and Term II results, the internal examination grades of the new academic session are also counted. Schools create a student profile for all exams taken during the year and save it in a digital format.
As part of the internals for Grade 10 boards, three regular tests, student enrichment, portfolio and hands-on work, speaking-listening activities, and projects are conducted. For grade 12, the internal assessment includes unit tests, exploratory activities, internships and projects.
The possibility of holding multiple exams and shorter 90-minute exams was also discussed for 2021 batch students, however, due to the second wave of COVID-19, the board exams had to be canceled. In 2020, the board had to cancel exams halfway, but exams for major subjects were held when the Covid-19-led ban canceled the exam. There was a debate about holding board examinations and changes to the grading system were requested.
CBSE therefore decided to make the exams “more student-centered, more transparent, more technology-oriented and to provide alternatives for various future scenarios at an early stage”, according to the board of directors.
In the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 it was suggested that bodies including CBSE should introduce reforms of the examination model and implement them gradually. Nirmala Sitharaman had also said in her budget speech for 2021 that the exams move away from memorization and that the students are assessed on the basis of their conceptual clarity, their analytical skills and their knowledge of real situations.
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