CBSE Class 10, 12 Syllabus Slashed By 50% For 2021-22: Full Details Of New Scheme
The CBSE Board has now announced that the academic session of 2021-22 for classes 10th and 12th will be changed. The session will be divided into two terms and will include around 50 per cent syllabus in each term.
Read on to find out all the changes introduced by the CBSE Board.
CBSE Class 10, 12 Syllabus Slashed By 50% For 2021-22
As per the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the syllabus for the board examination of 2021-22 will be rationalized as it was in the last academic session. However, this will be notified in July 2021.
In June, The Narendra Modi led government announced its decision to cancel the Class 12 CBSE board exams. In a press release, he was quoted stating that the decision to cancel the exams has been taken in the best interest of students.
CBSE told the Supreme Court that results will be based on “the historical performance of the school, in terms of the best overall performance in the previous three years’ Board examination”.
Assessment of performance in Class 10 will be based on best three performing subjects in the board exams which will contribute 30% of weightage.
Assessment of performance in Class 11 final exam will contribute 30%
Assessment in unit test/mid-term/pre-board exams in Class 12 will contribute 40% of the total marks.
The results will be declared by July 31.
How Will The New Scheme Work?
The syllabus will be divided into two terms and examinations will be conducted at the end of each term. A systemic approach will be followed by discussing the interconnectivity of concepts and topics by the subject experts . The reason behind the The by furcation of the syllabus has been done to boost the probability of having a board conducted examinations of the classes 10th and 12th at the end of their academic session
As per the notice issued by the CBSE board, schools will follow the curriculum and syllabus that has been released by the board for academic transactions. An alternative academic calendar will be used by schools along with inputs from the NCERT about transacting the curriculum.
The CBSE board has also confirmed that appropriate efforts will be taken to maintain the credibility and validity of internal assessment/practical/project work so that they align with the guidelines and moderation policy which will be announced by the board for making sure that marks are distributed fairly.