CBSE Splits 2022 Academic Year Into Two Terms

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday informed that the academic session 2021-22 of class 10th and 12th will be divided into two terms with about 50 per cent syllabus in each session. The syllabus for Board Examination 2021-22 will be rationalized on the same lines as the previous academic session to be notified in July 2021.
The academic session 2021-22 of class 10th and 12th will be divided into 2 words with about 50% syllabus in each session. Syllabus for board exams 2021-22 to be rationalized similar to previous academic session to be notified in July 2021: Central Board of Secondary Education.

Special Plan For 2021-2022

The syllabus for the academic session 2021-22 will be divided into two terms by subject experts following a systematic approach considering the interplay of concepts and subjects. And the board will conduct the examination on the basis of bifurcated syllabus at the end of each session.
In a detailed statement on Monday, CBSE said that this has been done to increase the chances of the board conducting Class X and XII examinations at the end of the academic session.

The syllabus for Board Examination 2021-22 will be rationalized similar to the previous academic session to be notified in July 2021. However, for academic transactions, schools will follow the syllabus and syllabus issued by the board. The schools will also use the alternate academic calendar and inputs from NCERT on the conduct of the curriculum.

According To Emmanuel, Director (Teaching), CBSE

According to the government order issued by Emmanuel, Director (Teaching), CBSE, the first term examination will be held in November-December 2021, while the second term examination will be held in March-April 2022. He said that the syllabus for the academic session 2021-2022 would be divided into 2 words in a logical manner, for this the help of subject experts would be taken.

Emmanuel said that these exams will have “Multiple Choice Objective Questions” i.e., “MCQs”, these MCQs can be “Event Based” and other types.
The duration of the exam will be 90 minutes and in the first session, questions will be asked from the respective course itself. The question paper and evaluation plan will be sent to the schools by CBSE.

Fair Distribution Of Marks:
The Board further stated that efforts would be made to make the internal assessment or practical or project work more reliable and valid as per the guidelines and moderation policy announced by the Board to ensure fair distribution of marks.

Uncertain Circumstances Due To Pandemic

On June 1, the Centre cancelled the Class 12 exams due to the COVID situation in the country. The PMO said that in view of the uncertain circumstances due to the pandemic, it has been decided that class XII board examinations will not be conducted this year. It was also decided that CBSE would take steps to compile the results of Class XII students in a time bound manner as per well-defined objective criteria.

Prime Minister Modi said that the decision on Class 12 CBSE exams has been taken in the interest of the students. He said that Covid has affected the academic calendar and the issue of board exams is causing immense concern among students, parents and teachers, which should be put to an end.

Formula For Evaluating Marks

CBSE recently said that it will adopt a 30:30:40 formula for evaluating marks of class 12 students on the basis of class 10, 11 and 12 results.
Students who are not satisfied with the evaluation formula will be given an opportunity to appear for class 12 examination when the pandemic situation becomes favourable.

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