The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) academic year 2021-22 will bring English and Sanskrit language papers in two levels.
Presently the board offers Maths and Hindi at two levels to reduce students stress. With this, CBSE will also start the National Education Policy NEP Reform Examination from next year. On the other hand, merit based questions are asked in advance in class 10th and 12th board exams. The board has decided to increase the number of questions by 10 percent every year.
The ministry issued an official statement saying that major parts of the NEP would be included under the new National Curriculum Framework and centrally sponsored schemes. Groundwork for NCF has started. It may develop in the next academic session. Explain that the CBSE board exam dates were announced by Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on 31 December. The board examination will start from May 4 and end on June 10, 2021. whereas Practical exam will start from 1 March. At present, the board has not released the datesheet.
On Monday, Education Minister Pokhriyal responded to the queries of Kendriya Vidyalaya students across the country. Responding to questions based on JE, NEET syllabus reduction or revised syllabus, Pokhriyal said, students only have to read the revised syllabus for their board exams. No questions will be asked from the syllabus shorted in the CBSE board exam.