CBSE Class 10 maths exam 2019 – According to the report published by Hindustan Times the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to have two test papers for mathematics Exam. The Students appearing for the CBSE Class 10 board exams will have option to choose whether to answer a standard-level or a higher-level mathematics question paper. Officials familiar with the development said that the choice will have to be made when forms for the exam are filled up later this year
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As per the reports officials said that, it may start as a pilot project from March 2019 itself and, depending on its success, could be extended to the Class 12 board exams. The syllabus for the exam would remain the same but students would be examined at two different levels so that the students those who are not keen to take maths for higher studies can answer a simpler question paper.
The board has formed a 15-member committee comprising mathematics experts, and those from universities, schools and the National Council of Educational Research and Training.
“The National Curriculum Framework (NCF) document states that all subjects should be examined at two levels by the board, beginning with maths and English. It also said that students should have the choice between higher and standard level,” said a maths expert who was consulted.
A number of school boards overseas follow this practice. International Baccalaureate (IB) also provides this flexibility