CBSE Framed New Norms to Make Evaluation Fairer Than Ever

As you know that the latest CBSE pattern 2019-2020 already has been updated and announced in the 1st week of March 2019. As per the new curriculum, CBSE proposed the internal assessment and examination practices for upcoming academic session 2019-2020. This will help in upgrading the quality of the assessment process, said by city school principals and authorities.

According to the new curriculum, CBSE has given 33% weightage to internal options and section wise format for subjects such as mathematics, languages, political science and other subjects. From the upcoming academic session, April 2019 Legal Studies will also be a part of Class 10 and 12 which is need of the hour and will be a boon for students who wish to enroll in law after their high school.

This step will help to make the evaluation process to become more and more trustworthy. CBSE helpline counselor Jaydeb Kar said that the CBSE has always focused that its students must acquire the skills of innovative thinking, understanding the concept, problem solving, analyzing information, effective communication, developing curiosity, imagination as part of the learning process.

The changes in the educational programme and pattern are for students only from class 9 to class 12.

The board is also planning to introduce Arts in the teaching and learning process at all levels.

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