CBSE exams will be on the new pattern, it will be mandatory to score these marks


In the 12th examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), it will be compulsory to score 23 marks in a subject having 70 marks and 26 marks in a subject of 80 marks. Only after scoring these many marks, the candidates will be able to pass. At the same time, it is necessary to bring six marks out of 20 marks in the practical examination.

The board has made information about the 12th examination pattern available to all affiliated schools. CBSE has changed the marks pattern of all subjects from the 2020 session. In addition to practicals, internal assessment has been added to subjects like mathematics. Internal assessment will be taken from this time in subjects which are not practical. An internal assessment of 20 marks is kept in most subjects. At the same time, the practical examination will be of 30 marks.

Pre-board exam schedule fixed

CBSE has instructed all schools to conduct 10th and 12th pre-board examinations from December 16 to 30. The board has released the time table for the pre-board examination. The board has instructed the schools to conduct pre-board examinations in one of the two shifts as per their convenience. Pre-board examinations can be conducted from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm in the morning shift and from 2 pm to 5 pm in the evening shift. The pre-board examination will be conducted with the changed pattern so that the candidates do not have any confusion in the main examination. Subject-wise sample papers uploaded in all schools are also being sorted by the students so that they can be prepared for the examination.

Practical from 1st January

CBSE has directed to conduct high school and intermediate practical from January 1 to February 7. Practical will consist of an external and a school examiner. A supervisor will also be appointed by the board.

Now a fitness class will be held in the school in the morning

For the students to be mentally and physically healthy, fitness classes will also be organized in schools. CBSE has instructed all schools to teach fitness in assembly. CBSE has taken this decision after feedback from schools. Most schools reported a time to learn fitness during the morning assembly.

Therefore, the Board has kept the fitness time in the morning. The board has issued a schedule for this. This schedule is made from Monday to Saturday. A 15-minute fitness class is to be held in the school assembly every day. Five days in a week, fitness lessons will be imparted. After this, essay, poetry and debate competition will be organized on the last day i.e. Saturday for fitness. Through this, the grade of fitness will be given to the students, who will get the best grade, he will get the honor of fitness from the school.


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