CBSE Is Bringing New Pattern For 10th & 12th Board Exam 2020

CBSE Is Bringing New Pattern For 10th & 12th Board Exam 2020

We might be touching skies in the name of development but when it comes to the education system – it is becoming weaker with each passing day/year. Today’s education system sounds good when it comes to scoring marks. But if we look at its other side of the coin, it fails to retain knowledge.

In the wake of the same, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to bring in a new Class 10th & 12th Board Examination pattern from 2020 onwards. Key objectives behind the introduction of a new examination pattern are:

  • Conduct tests for vocational subjects in February and declare results a little earlier. 
  • Lay emphasis on problem-solving questions.
  • Test student’s analytical ability, which plays a vital role at later stages in competitive examinations.
  • Reduce scope of rote learning.

Nowadays, students are laying more focus on rote learning rather than improving their analytical skills. It is the major reason why some students sound blank once they are out of the examination hall. As a result, it has limited student’s thinking capability. They should be our next generation and show a thirst for gaining more and more knowledge rather than getting stifled when it comes to answering a simple question put up in a different manner.  If you are going to appear in Class 10th & 12th Board examination in the year 2020, you certainly need to consider two important points:

  1. Work on your problem-solving skills. Come out of those books and focus more on improving your thinking capabilities and problem-solving skills.
  2. Avoid being a part of rote learning. It will take you nowhere. If you seek growth and success in your target milestones, it is important that you retain your basic concepts and knowledge in every phase of your life. Prestigious entrance examinations like JEE is all about testing your analytical ability. Start working on it.

There’s no doubt that we lack innovating or inventing capabilities. Today, lakhs of engineers and doctors are graduating from respected colleges and universities but stand clueless and vanish in the crowd as they fail to make any substantial contribution to the existing education system. It’s a wake-up call and thus, we must strive to improve our education system facilitating for a better tomorrow.

Let’s hope CBSE’s effort to change the board examination pattern brings some substantial improvements in the education system.