CBSE 10th 12th Exams 2020: There are no rumors of out of syllabus questions during 10th and 12th examination, every question should be inside syllabus, for this, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a guideline on the value based question. . According to the board, questions will be asked in many ways in the board examination. In addition to the questions that remain after every chapter, questions will also be asked from inside the chapter. These questions will be from the box inside the chapter. For this, the board has instructed all schools. Schools have to inform students about this. It is now a few months since the board exam. In such a situation, all teachers have been instructed to teach the chapter box.
It has been known that for the past several years, there have been rumors of out of syllabus after examination of many subjects, while later the board has to propose it and ask questions inside the syllabus. This misleads students and parents. To avoid all these things, the board has issued guidelines to all schools before the commencement of the examination this time.
All questions will come from NCERT Books
According to the board, all the questions will remain from NCERT syllabus. No questions will be asked from other publications. Be aware, this time there will be an option for every question. It is mandatory to answer every question. There will be a choice of each question.
CBSE 10th 12th Exam 2021: This time it will be easy to pass in CBSE 10th 12th exam, this will be the pattern of Marks
Value based questions will be asked in all subjects
According to the board, value-based questions have been kept in all the subjects of tenth and twelfth. Value based questions will be asked in all subjects in Science, Arts and Commerce Faculty of XII. Value based questions will be of eight to 12 marks. At the same time, value-based questions of eight to ten marks will be asked in all subjects of class X as well.
In addition to the questions given in the chapter, questions will also be asked from inside the chapter.
– Teach the box given in the chapter well to the school, because questions can also come from the box.
– Value based questions will also remain, these questions will remain from inside the chapter.
– The definite marks and words of each question will also be determined, in which the answer has to be given.
Sanyam Bhardwaj (Controller of Examinations, CBSE) said, no question is out of syllabus in the board examination. Question papers are prepared very carefully. Questions can be asked from inside or outside the chapter. In this case, the student should do his complete preparation. All questions will remain from NCERT.