CBSE Board Exam 2022 Syllabus: Next year’s 10th and 12th board examinations will be held with the new scheme, teachers expect an effective cut in the syllabus
CBSE Board Exam 2022 Syllabus For the academic session 2021-22, CBSE has announced to conduct the Board Examinations of Secondary and Senior Secondary classes in two parts on the basis of Revised Syllabus on 5th July 2021. Though Students and Teachers are waiting for Revised Syllabus
CBSE Board Exam 2022 Syllabus: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has recently announced the special evaluation scheme for the 10th and 12th board examinations for the session 2021-22 due to the Kovid-19 epidemic and the examination will be divided into two parts. is divided into. The first term exam will be held in November-December 2021, while the second term exam will be conducted in March-April 2022. This positive initiative for the convenience of the students has also been welcomed by the principals, teachers and parents of many schools.
CBSE has announced the Special Assessment Scheme for next year’s class 10th and 12th board exams. On July 5, 2021, for the academic session 2021-22, CBSE had announced to conduct the board examinations of secondary and senior secondary classes in two parts on the basis of the revised syllabus. However, students and teachers are waiting for the revised syllabus. It is expected that the reduced syllabus will be uploaded on the CBSE website soon. At the same time, many teachers have expressed an expectation of an ‘effective’ reduction this year instead of the 30 per cent reduction in the previous academic year. The syllabus is to be revised by CBSE to accommodate the loss of the academic year in the wake of the pandemic. It will divide the syllabus into two parts. 50% Syllabus will be for Term 1 Exam and 50% Syllabus will be for Term 2 Exam.
Let us inform that since the announcement of a cut in the syllabus, schools are eagerly waiting for the new and revised CBSE syllabus for class 10 and 12. Many teachers have expressed their desire for a more comprehensive cut this year instead of the 30 per cent cut given by the board for the academic year 2020-21. A maths teacher from a private school said that last year, the board had reduced the syllabus by 30 percent. We had covered almost the entire syllabus last year. This year, however, we expect the entire topic to be removed rather than just a part of it. This will help in speeding up the syllabus and give more time to the teachers to make sense of the student.