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CBSE Releases New Question Pattern For Session 2022-2023

The pattern of board examinations for the session 2022-23 has been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Optional questions have been reduced from 50 percent to 20 percent as per the released pattern. From this it is clear that now only those students will be able to pass in the examination, who will insist on studying by understanding instead of rote. For the last two years, due to the Corona epidemic, there has been a lot of impact on the studies of the students. In view of this, very simple question papers were being issued by the board in class 10th and 12th examinations. However, now after the situation becomes normal, the board has decided to return to the old stand again.

The board has decided to include case study and ability test based questions in the re-exam for the students. The questions based on the case study correctly assess the ability of the students. For this, students have to go through the board exams with good preparation.

In the session 2021-22, the examination is being conducted in two terms, which has been abolished from the next session 2022-23. It has also been said by the board to implement the National Education Policy 2020 in the session 2022-23, whose effect can be seen in the board examinations. Along with this, the board has given instructions to prepare for the examination on the basis of the National Education Policy.

The board has also released the format of question paper for the examinations of the session 2022-23. It has been instructed to all the principals that the students should be prepared for the examinations in this format, so that they can prepare themselves for the examination in time.

The questions of case study play an important role in assessing the understanding of the students, because students cannot solve the questions based on the case study by rote.

From the session 2022-23, the students of class 9th to 12th will be assessed on the basis of their understanding and ability based education. The number of merit-based questions will be increased by 10 percent in the next session’s examinations.

Wherein in the session 2021-22, 50 percent optional questions were asked to the students in the examination, which has been reduced to 20 percent for the session 2022-23.

From the next session, the annual examinations of class 9th and 11th will also be based on the format of this question paper. However, no change has been made in the internal assessment.

Format of question paper of class 10th and 12th

  1. Aptitude based questions – 30 percent
  2. Optional Questions – 20 percent
  3. Short and Long Answer Questions – 50%

Format of question paper of class 9th and 11th

  1. Aptitude based questions – 40 percent
  2. Optional Questions – 20 percent
  3. Short and Long Answer Questions – 40 percent

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