The CBSE 10th exam pattern can make significant changes. Read this article to know all the details.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is considering a plan to make major changes in the pattern of class 10th question papers. The board can reduce the number of questions in the paper and can increase the marks per question. This will encourage students to write detailed answers in the examination.
According to the official of the CBSE, the pattern of the entire question paper will not be changed, only a few minor changes will be made and there is no need for the students to worry about it. A
The Dikari also told that this board is a routine exercise before the exam and the entire pattern of the paper will not change, only small changes are likely. Any changes in the pattern of exams will be made known to the students by the CBSE, Sample Papers.
The CBSE official also said that the objective questions to be asked in the examination will also be tried differently. Some questions will be asked to make selections in selective answers and some will have to fill the vacancies and some of the answers will be asked to write in a word or sentence.
Recently, the board has made some changes in the new curriculum of class 10, which will give complete information about the links given below.