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CBSE to use ‘Objective Criteria’ for marks allotment to Class 10.

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Since the exams of Class 10th have been canceled. CBSE had to come up with a way to evaluate student’s performance and for that they are working out to create a system called Objective criteria. What they will do it simply use internal assessments and practical exam marks to promote the students to the next class.

However, if a student is found to show dissatisfaction with their marks. They will be given a chance to take the exams when the conditions allow them to hold examination.

CBSE to use ‘Objective Criteria’ for marks allotment to Class 10.

The education system relies on teacher. Because they are the ones who lay a strong foundation on which students can build their future. Therefore, CBSE always tries to improve teacher quality. The government also introduced a new policy called NEP (National Education Policy). This was to shift the focus of education to helping student in skill development rather than making them learn by rot.

CBSE, to implement this policy effectively, has signed a memorandum of understanding with All India Council for Technical Education. They have come up with innovative ways to teaching in the schools. Comic books will be used to explain concepts in a better way. Also learning will be made engaging by using storyline examples. Apart from this, books on issues such as Gender sensitivity, women empowerment and others will be issued.

Even Oswaal Books have also updated as per the latest changes that have been introduced by CBSE and NEP. They are also providing specimen copies to teacher so that they can organize them for students.

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