CBSE class X Exam system may soon see some changes made by the NDA government. government plans to introduce “qualitative education full of Sanskar”. Check out CBSE Board Exam 2015 information and changes in Calss X exam system.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) now wants to use YouTube, the biggest online video sharing website on the Web for self learning of students in the schools. Schools are also being encouraged to record and upload the videos of their various learning activities on own YouTube channels.
Central Board of School Education (CBSE) has issued pre-examination activities for schools for ensuring smooth conduct of the annual examinations. CBSE has made available certain pre-examination activities for download.
The students requested Union HRD Minister to bring back the board exam system which was made optional by Kapil Sibal, former education minister, in 2011.
CBSE has issued a new guideline asking schools to refrain from organizing school trips unless they are relevant to the course curriculum.A circular sent by the board to the principals of all affiliated schools countrywide also contained a list of to-do’s to ensure safety of the students during a study tour.
“Our policy is clear that a student should go for school based exam in Class X only if they are not changing the board. Otherwise, they should go for school based examinations and the school should ensure this,” the chairman said.
CBSE to include formulas on question papers to help those bad with rote learning in the Open Book Exam System. CBSE already introduced OTBA (Open Text Based Assessment), or more commonly referred to as the Open Book Exam for students of Class IX and XI
Six working days in CBSE Schools from 2015. CBSE may make it mandatory for all affiliated schools to have six working days a week from 2015. All schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may soon be mandatory to have six functioning days a week at secondary and senior secondary level.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) asked all affiliated schools to grant 30-min extra to Class IX and XI students appearing in March 2014 final exams, especially for the OTBA.
The Central Board Secondary Education (CBSE) said that it is embarking on a new “ open book exam system ” approach of conducting exams, arguing that ROTE learning in today’s context has turned into an obsolete method.