CBSE Board Exam 2020: Major developments for Class 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th | Check details : CBSE board exam 2020: Here are all the major decisions that the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) has taken for Classes 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th. In the last 2 months, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made some major developments which are scheduled to be effective during the board examinations 2020 and 2021. Among all the developments, the increase in board examination registration fee was the largest. Below are all the details students require to know.
Also, students may download NCERT Solutions for Class 9 and refer them while preparing for the CBSE class 9 exams.
CBSE registration fees hiked
The board has increased the examination fees for class 10th and 12th by 200 per cent and 40 per cent respectively. Now the registration fee is for both the classes are equal i.e. Rs 1500. Furthermore, the board has also raised the migration fees where was the migration fee was earlier Rs 150 and now Rs 350. With the additional amount that students will have to pay for registration and migration, any student who cannot pass their examination will now have to spend Rs 5000 for reading. Additionally, the Delhi government will also pay the registration fees of students in Class 10th and 12th government schools.
No subject change for Class 10, 12
The board has asked its affiliated schools not to consider any request for change of subject in classes 10 and 12. A standardized standard operating procedure has been put in place by the board to deal with requests for subject changes in classrooms to be displayed. As per the board officials, many students want to change subjects when they move to class 10 and 12 on various grounds. As per the latest reports, any request for change of subjects will be accepted, provided such request is made before 15 July of the academic session.
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Less descriptive questions, more internal choices
CBSE is probably going to reduce the number of descriptive questions for both the classes 10th and 12th. Along with decreasing the number of descriptive questions, CBSE would also give more internal choices in board examinations 2020. It also helps the students to score optimum marks in the CBSE board examination.
CBSE registration for class 9, 11
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has already begun the registration process on August 8 which will end in September. CBSE has taken forward the registration process to organize the processes related to examinations in a time-efficient manner by providing sufficient time for all activities in schools and across the board.
Apart from this, you can also download NCERT Solutions for Class 12, study material, question papers with solutions prepared by our experts and professionals and refer them while preparing for the CBSE class 12 Board Exams.
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