CBSE: In a web meeting with more than 100 school principals, CBSE’s Controller of Examination, Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj shared the board’s guide for continuous assessment work. With this, He additionally shared guidelines for finishing the rest of the tests just as another arrangement for classes 10 and 12 prospectuses for the new students meeting. It is to be noticed that CBSE is relied upon to discharge an official notification with respect to the changes. Here are the features of the gathering.
- Remaining Board Exams, & EvaluationThe valuation of the papers will be resumed within the 4 days removal of lockdown. The evaluation might be done from work from home and the evaluation will be done by head examiners as well as the assistant head examiners. The official announcement will be made after a discussion with Ministry of Humar Resource
- Syllabus, Attendance & Evaluation Of New Academic Session
No chapters will be deleted instead, part of chapters will be deleted to reduce the syllabus of class 9th to class 12th and new CCE system will be introduced and the evaluation process will add more MCQ and school based assessments. CBSE has also asked schools to monitor the attendance of the students for online classes. He has said that 75% attendance should be made mandatory.For PUC (Class 11th & 12th ) students the attendance will be counted online and 75% will be mandatory for a student. Using government portal like Diksha online classes will be started
- Syllabus for 1 to 8thClass 1st to 8th board has asked schools to reduce the portion if necessary. More Details will be updated on site soon.