MP: MPBSE reduces syllabus by 40%

MP: MPBSE reduces syllabus by 40%

BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has reduced the syllabus for session 2021- 22 board exams by 40 per ent.   

Decision has been taken by the board as schools have not reopened properly yet and online classes are being carried out if maximum schools. Examination patter for session 2021-22 has been changed completely including 40 per cent objective questions. An order regarding the changes has been released by MPBSE to the authorities. Best of five rule has been implemented for high school exam. In it’s recent  meeting with the examination committee, board decided to reduce the syllabus by 40 per cent and place 40% objective questions that would help students to pass the exam. 

Earlier, there were 25 per cent objective questions in the exam. The board has also decided to conduct the exam during month of February. Concerned over the pandemic issue, this year board has decided to conduct the exam of both class X and XII quite early.

Though every year exam begins from March but this time board has scheduled the exams from February onwards. MPBSE officials said that they have decided to conduct the exam early because of pandemic. 

They said last two year trends showed that Covid waves began by the end of March. At present, Covid cases are under control and experts suggested that by the end of March, new cases would be rising. 

The board said that theoretical exam of both classes will be held from February 12 to March 20 and practical exams will be held from February 12 to March 31. Detail schedule of exam will be released by the board separately. 

The board has informed schools about its schedule so that syllabus of students can be completed on time.  
 

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