Board Exam Option Closed For Class X Students From 2018,Home Board Abolished

Board Exam Option Closed For Class X Students From 2018,Home Board Abolished

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Board Exam Option Closed For Class X Students

Board Exam Option Closed For Class X StudentsThough, lakhs of matriculation Class students will be affected, but still CBSE an educational Home Board Abolished Board Exam Option Closed for Class X Students from 2018.  Yes! You’ve read it right, the Central government, on advice from various states, is likely to make the Class X Board examination system mandatory for all students which were made ‘optional’ six years back and this will come into effect from 2018.

Class 10 board exams may soon be made mandatory again in CBSE schools, a move that would mark the second big reversal of education policy by Union human resource development minister Smriti Irani. Well, the decision has been influenced by the idea of the students to bring back the board exam system which had been made optional by Kapil Sibal, former Education Minister, in 2011.

Board Exam Option Closed For Class X Students

The action on the proposal is likely to be taken in the next Central Advisory Board of Education meeting. The meeting is expected to take place after a month or two. Amongst education policies this will be the second major decision taken by the HRD Minister, of implemented.

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The long awaited decision on return of Class 10 board examination has finally arrived. During the informal conversation with media, government gave permission to re-setting up obligatory Class 10 board examination from academic session 2017-2018.

Board Exam Option Closed for Class X Students

But don’t you wanna know that why are Class 10 board exams this much important? Well, scrapping the exam involved in academic standards as it let off students with far less academic growth than before. Students it is compulsory for everyone to secure 33% marks in each subject to pass the examination. As the board has proposed on the basis of feedback is received from parents, teachers in an online survey.

Now, More than 65% parents or students along with approx. 85% principal/teachers, who submitted their response to the survey on the continuous and comprehensive evaluation system, favored restoration of compulsory board examination, the CBSE said.

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As much as 57% students opined that the option to choose between schools based matriculation Class examination and examination by the board has resulted in reduced commitment to learning, it added. A committee set up by ECIL, a public sector unit, stated that they also agree with this issue of the compulsory board examinations for students of Class X.

Board Exam Option Closed for Class X Students

However, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday said the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry has not yet taken any decision on whether to reintroduce Class X board examination or not in schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

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A new no-detention policy is likely to be announced too. Under the new norms students will be provided an automatic promotion till class V and after that the states will decide the options till class VIII. Moreover along with this, students will be given a chance of re-test….

While concluding the statement, it can be stated that Narendra Modi ji led government in activities and working hard to improve academic standards. Thus cultivation a great mindset among future of India – students to grow with education…

Board Exam Option Closed for Class X

Well, the changes are being made after parents and teachers complained that the current format and norms was leading to fall in education standards.

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