The Class 10 board exams are unlikely to be brought back, since the government is likely to continue with the current system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), introduced in 2011.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has urged schools affiliated to it to stick to National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks for all classes. The CBSE took this step after receiving complaints from parents that they were pressured by schools to buy an excessive number of textbooks other than the NCERT ones.
n the past so many days, several reports suggested that CBSE was holding a re-examination on May 1, 2016 for the Class 12th Maths paper. However, the board has denied the claim. The CBSE said that it was not conducting the Class 12th Maths Re-exam. The rumor of the re-examination has been attributed to a fake circular floating on social media.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has indicated that it could adopt a lenient approach while examining the tough Class 12 Maths paper conducted on March 14, including awarding grace marks.
The panel appointed by the CBSE to examine the feasibility of having a uniform pattern of questions for Class 12 board exams, has suggested that objective type questions should not carry more than a third of the total marks and MCQs (multiple choice questions) should be limited in number.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has issued a notification stating that both the CBSE 10th and 12th Board Results 2016 will be announced as per the regular schedule. Without giving any specific date, CBSE has notified that the board results will be declared in the last week of May, 2016.
Most of the students who wrote the Karnataka II PU Chemistry exam were upset a lot, as the news of question paper leak and the impending re-exam shook them. The students who scored distinction in SSLC fear that if the Department of Pre-University Education, Bengaluru comes up with a tough paper during re-examination then it’ll be huge a loss for them.
Following complaints of “difficult and lengthy” math paper pattern, the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) has set up a committee of subject experts to look into the matter. The CBSE class 12 math paper was held on 14 th March 2016. On 16 th March, 2016, CBSE issued a circular that the feedback received from various stakeholders including students, subject teachers, examiners will be placed before the committee of subject experts and the board will take remedial measures before evaluation.
Examinations for Class 10th and Class 12th CBSE board are set to begin from today, as nearly 15 lakh students are expected to appear for 10th board and over 10.5 lakh for the 12th board exams.
The CBSE board exams for class 10 and Class 12 would be commencing from March 01, 2016. The students, who will soon be entering class 10 or 12, should know about how much percentage of attendance is required to appear in the Secondary / Senior Secondary examination.