Puber Kalam Webdesk: Students have been forced to take online classes for two years due to the Corona epidemic. Now, however, as the situation has become somewhat normal, the students have gone back to school. CBSE class 10th and 12th students have to pass the online stage and return to the classroom. CBSE Board has issued such a circular very recently. Along with this, changes are being made in the syllabus as well.
The circular has informed that the next academic year will start from February 15, 2023. Besides, the study will be in the revised curriculum. In order to reduce the burden of the syllabus on the students during the Corona period, the syllabus was reduced by about 30%. 70% of the exam is conducted on the basis of the syllabus. But now that the situation has improved a lot, the students will have to give the exam through the entire syllabus.
However, the CBSC authorities have not given any details about when this rule will be applied. As in 2019, you have to prepare for the exam by following the entire 100% syllabus. The written test will be of 80 marks. Remaining 20 marks will be internal assessment. The CBSC board authorities said that after the corona situation, special attention will be paid to the intellectual development and increase of thinking power and mental excellence of the students after returning to the classroom.