Board Exams under NEP: 10th, 12th board exam pattern going to change? Government of India is conducting survey

Central government started survey

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Board Exam Pattern Changes: The National Curriculum Framework is being prepared under the New Education Policy (NEP). Under this, the government is engaged in conducting a survey.

Board Exam: There is always a concern among the students of the country regarding the 10th and 12th exams. Along with the students, parents also have stress regarding these exams. In such a situation, if you feel that these exams are stressful and there should be a change in its method, then you can also give your opinion in this regard. You can give your opinion in this regard directly to the government. In fact, the New Education Policy (NEPUnder the National Curriculum Framework, is being prepared. The thrust of the government is to make school education more relevant and meaningful. In this episode, the government has asked the people to give their opinion.

In fact, the Union Education Ministry has sought opinion from common people including parents, teachers, scholars on 10 points including board examinations. People have been asked in the survey that do you think that the board exam is not able to test the real ability of the students? Is there a need for minor changes in the existing way of taking board exams? Do you think that the system of board exam which is going on should be allowed to remain the same? People have been asked to answer these questions. If you want, you can also tell the government in the survey that for what reasons students feel more stressed. This includes school exams, board exams, homework and going to school.

People have been asked such questions

In this survey, questions have also been asked about text books. As a question, people have been asked that what is the most important thing about the new curriculum framework in the syllabus. Another question has also been asked whether there is a need to work towards reducing the content of books, making it interesting and relevant. At the same time, a question has also been asked whether the content of the books should be integrated. Instead of making the content rote for the students, the question has also been asked about making it ideological.

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These questions were also included in the survey

  • School education suffered a lot due to the Kovid epidemic. Now how can it be compensated?
  • What other benefits can students get from schooling?
  • How to engage parents with children in the learning process?
  • What methods can be used to make education fun?
  • What is the best way to connect with the community and schools?
  • What can be done to encourage teachers?