CBSE syllabus

 CBSE Syllabus for Term 1 & Term 2

  • CBSE Schools will be following a similar CBSE syllabus that was declared on the 31st of March 2021.
  • Term-wise and Subject-wise CBSE Syllabus 2021-22 for both the terms i.e. Term 1 & Term 2 has been released by the CBSE board.
  • Exams of Term 1 will be based on 50%Syllabus approx.
  • Exams of Term 2 will be based on 50%The syllabus was left. 

CBSE syllabus new Exam Pattern

Before diving into the details of the CBSE syllabus and New Exam Pattern, take a look at the sketch of changes made by the CBSE:

  1. Internal Assessment for all subjects
  2. Internal Choice in the CBSE question paper
  3. Objective Type Questions included to all subjects
  4. 2 levels in Mathematics for Class 10 only
  5. Major changes are in the number of questions in all the subjects

Pattern for class 10: Internal Choice 

The authority of CBSE has a reception of internal choice in question papers. You will be provided 33% internal choice in all the sections of all subjects of the question papers. As a result, you will have plenty of options to select from. This will help them to answer the questions they are well versed in.

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Exam Pattern of CBSE for Class 10: CBSE syllabus of Objective Type Questions

The CBSE officials have included 25% objective type questions i.e. MCQ in all subjects. Out of 80 marks, 20 marks will be awarded to objective-type questions including Multiple Choice Questions, Fill in the Blanks, etc. Moreover, in Subjective questions students require to write a detailed explanation which will carry only 60 marks.

CBSE board exam 2022 class 12

CBSE syllabus and pattern for Class 12

The new changes that are introduced in the CBSE syllabus are:

Modified pattern for Class 12: 25% Objective Type Questions

Introducing 25% of objective-type questions encompassing, MCQs, Fill in the Blanks, Assertion-Reason in all subjects. The motive behind this reform was to help you secure good marks easily. This will surely help students to score more in exams and lighten the burden of writing a long paper. 

REforms in pattern for Class 12: 33% Internal Choices

CBSE has introduced quite a few internal choices in the 2019 Board Examinations. Moreover, the board has boosted the internal choices by 33%. As a result, now students have enough choices to opt from that, in turn, will help students in securing good marks.

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