Get ready for the 2024 Class X and XII exams with essential guidelines from CBSE. Discover key changes and ensure a smooth evaluation process.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Education, Government of India, recently issued a circular (No. CBSE/Coord/ Marks distribution /E-58224/2023) on 30th October 2023, shedding light on the practical and theoretical examinations for Classes X and XII scheduled to commence on 1st January 2024 and 15th February 2024, respectively.
In a bid to ensure the smooth conduct of Practical/Project/Internal Assessments and Theory Examinations, CBSE has recognized a need for clarity. The circular provides a comprehensive list of subjects for both Classes X and XII, offering critical information to schools to avoid errors and complications in the evaluation process.
Here are the key takeaways from the circular:
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Class-X Examination Details
For Class-X, students will face a wide range of subjects, each with its unique marking scheme and practical considerations. To help schools and students understand the grading process better, the circular has outlined details for subjects like Hindi Course A, Urdu Course A, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Sindhi, Marathi, Gujarati, Manipuri, and many more.
Notably, the maximum marks for each subject are set at 100, with a breakdown across theory, practical, project, and internal assessment components.
Class-XII Examination Details
The circular also highlights the examination details for Class-XII, offering insights into subjects like English Elective, Hindi Elective, Urdu Elective, Sanskrit Elective, History, Political Science, Geography, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, and several others.
For Class-XII, the circular provides information on the external practical examiner appointments, the provision of practical answer books, and the type of answer books to be used in theory examinations. Each subject, like in Class-X, maintains a maximum mark of 100.
Key Changes for 2024 Examinations
One significant change to note is the discontinuation of separate Accountancy answer books with printed tables from the 2024 examinations, as mentioned in the circular.
The circular serves as a valuable resource for schools, teachers, and students to navigate the upcoming CBSE examinations with ease and clarity, ensuring that the evaluation process is conducted smoothly and without any hiccups.
In conclusion, the CBSE circular (No. CBSE/Coord/ Marks distribution /E-58224/2023) has provided essential information and guidelines for the upcoming Class X and XII examinations. Schools and students are encouraged to refer to this document to avoid mistakes during Practical/Project/Internal Assessment and Theory Examinations, guaranteeing a fair and accurate evaluation process. As the CBSE gears up for these important examinations, students, teachers, and institutions can now better prepare for the academic challenges ahead.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the purpose of the CBSE circular (No. CBSE/Coord/ Marks distribution /E-58224/2023)?The CBSE circular provides essential information and guidelines for the upcoming Class X and XII examinations. It offers insights into subjects, marking schemes, and practical considerations to ensure a smooth and accurate evaluation process.
- When are the practical and theoretical examinations for Classes X and XII scheduled to start?The Practical Examinations are set to begin on 1st January 2024, and the Board’s Annual Theory Examinations will commence on 15th February 2024 for both Classes X and XII.
- Are there any changes in the examination process for 2024?Yes, one notable change is the discontinuation of separate Accountancy answer books with printed tables for the 2024 examinations, as mentioned in the circular.
- How are the maximum marks allotted for each subject in Classes X and XII?The maximum marks allotted to each subject are 100, with a breakdown across theory, practical, project, and internal assessment components.
- Where can I find the complete details of subjects and their respective marking schemes for Classes X and XII?The complete details of subjects and their marking schemes can be found in the CBSE circular (No. CBSE/Coord/ Marks distribution /E-58224/2023), which is available for reference on the CBSE website.