Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), has now come up with a new change in the academic. Students of class 10th and class 12th who will appear for the examinations in the year 2020 will face a new challenge in the pattern of the questions. Through this is not confirmed by CBSE yet. CBSE is thinking to take such a step in the year 2020. After keeping in mind the views of all students, parents, and teachers, CBSE will reach its final decision
Once the decision will be finalized, CBSE will issue the notice officially through its website- cbse.nic.in. But at the same time, the thing to be noted is that the changes in the question paper will not be implemented for the session 2019.
Now, the question arises that what would be the reasons for bringing up the changes in the pattern of the question of paper?
It seems like that the students of class 10th and class 12th are only memorized the questions rather than understanding the basic concept of questions. For every student who is preparing for the boards, scoring more marks is the first priority. So, in order to improve the learning of the student, CBSE is planning to take such a decision.
Along with the change in the pattern, there will be also the vocational examinations in the month of February. CBSE will also focus on that the main board examinations will end up in the month of March and there will be no delay in the declaration of the result.
How will be CBSE Question Paper 2020?
CBSE question paper for session 2020 will include more objective type questions. or on the other hand, we can say that there will be more short answer type questions of marks 1 varied to marks 5. The main aim of introducing such a pattern is that to focus more on the critical thinking abilities of the students.
However, right now we cannot say that whether the pattern of 2020 of CBSE will be easy or difficult for class 10th and class 12th students. But yes, it may be challenging for them.
Is CBSE decision of changing the pattern is right or wrong?
Students of class 10th and class 12th usually get stick to the syllabus defined to them. They are not able to give extra efforts to learn the basic concepts of questions. So, by introducing the objective type questions in class 10th and class 12th CBSE is trying to improve the thinking as well as the logical abilities of the students. And this will help the students in preparing for the competitive examinations as well.
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