Ever since the pandemic has created a world where physical classrooms had become non-existent, CBSE has been looking for a way to make things easier for both the teachers and the students. Online classrooms do not offer the same degree of efficiency and communicational clarity that physical classrooms do. Therefore, CBSE stepped in and decided to divide the entire Term into two equal halves – Term-I and Term-II for the exams. Each of the terms would contain 50% of the
Term – I exams based on the new class 12 syllabus is going to comprise only MCQ questions and are scheduled to be held in between the months of November, 2021 and December, 2021. Term – II however, can consist of MCQs or Subjective type questions or a combination of both.
CBSE realized that it would be too much to ask of the students to finish the entire syllabus at one go, all the while the pandemic creating problems for everyone. With the divided term, students have a little bit more of a breathing room and they do not have to take undue pressure.
There have been other essential changes that have been made to the
The implementation of MCQ type questions in Term – I and a combination of MCQ and subjective type questions in Term – II is bound to make a huge difference since the students will be able to learn in an exam-oriented manner now.
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