The splitting of academic sessions, holding two term-end exams and rationalizing the syllabus were part of the special assessment scheme for the 10th and 12th CBSE board exams in 2021-22, announced in July in the wake of the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic.
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The first subject examination will start from November 30 for the main subject, while the schedule of minor subjects will be sent to the school separately. “It will be exactly two years after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts such a large-scale physical examination. The idea of a 0-minute exam in the first term board exam is excellent because there has been a huge change in the way of teaching, learning and catching during lockdown, “Pallabi Upadhyay, Principal, DPS-RNE Ghaziabad, told PTI.
“Looking at the drastic changes in the educational system due to the lockdown, the decision to split the scores on objective and subjective exams is really great. It will reduce the learning pressure and burden on the students. On the contrary, it has been observed They are able to express their ideas in their own creative words, where there can be only one correct answer in the case of objectivity.
Upadhyay further said that no one can deny that this method improves the critical thinking of the students and the creative thinking of the students can be tested in thematic tests.
According to Pacific World School, Noida principal Seema Kaur, the changed pattern this year may be difficult for many students to test as an objective test in the first term, but will help to focus on conceptual clarity.
“Yet the real focus is to test the clarity of students’ knowledge and perceptions. With this in mind, we ensure that students are given adequate practice of objective questions and a continuous repetition of concepts so that they are able to easily understand critical and high-order thoughts.”
“The Minutes0 minute test is not a mere learning test, but a deliberate attempt to test children’s mental well-being. They have the ability to understand the question and analyze the options in detail to ensure good results,” he said. .
The plan to split the board session into two conditions came against the backdrop of the epidemic, which forced the cancellation of board exams on some subjects last year and the cancellation of exams this year altogether. The results are then announced on the basis of the alternative assessment scheme developed by the board.
The tests will be objective and the duration of the test will be 90 minutes. The test will start from 11.30 am instead of 10.30 am in terms of winter season. Examinations in secondary subjects will be conducted by the schools though question papers will be provided by the board.
“Objective papers and time from 11.30 am will definitely be useful as students will have more time to revise the course and clear up doubts in the school. It was a difficult time for everyone when everyone was facing the epidemic.
Anshu Mittal, Principal, Rohini MRG School, said, “We are ready with the CBSE’s proposed arrangements for seating 12 students in each room, including regular thermal checking and sanitation.”
According to Sangeeta Hazela, principal of DPS Indirapuram, the gradual and classified re-introduction of the offline examination system is certainly a welcome step, as the students had to face offline examinations for some time due to the epidemic.
“Given the unpredictable nature of the epidemic, it is a good idea to divide the board exams into two separate sets of objective and thematic patterns for accurate assessment. There will be no rush to include the whole curriculum. Singlely; Extending 15 to 20 minutes will help students get used to the new paper pattern.
“Changing the exam time from 10:30 am to 11:30 am is also a thoughtful move by CBSE, keeping in mind the severe winter season in some parts of the country. We look forward to this pattern and hope our students will be able to apply learning to do well in this objective exam , ”He said.
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