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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued guidelines regarding value based questioning to deal with the problem of out of syllabus during 10th-12th examination. According to the board, a number of questions will be asked in the board examination. Under this, apart from the questions given after every chapter, questions will also be asked from inside the chapter. These questions will be from the box inside the chapter, for which the board has given instructions to all the schools. After Borde’s instruction, now the schools will have to inform the students about this.
Rumors of out of syllabus questioning for many years
In fact, for the past several years, there have been rumors of out-of-syllabus questioning in the paper of many subjects, although later the props are being asked by the board to ask questions inside the syllabus. In such a situation, along with students, parents are also misguided. To avoid these conditions, the board has issued guidelines to all schools before the commencement of the examination this time.
Question will come from NCERT Books
According to the board, all questions will remain from the NCERT syllabus. No questions will be asked from other publications. With this, there will be an option for every question this time. It will be mandatory to answer every question and there will be an option for every question.
There will be value based question in all subjects
According to the board, value-based questions have been kept in all subjects of 10th-12th. In the Science, Arts and Commerce stream of 12th, value based questions will be asked in all subjects. Value based questions will be from 8 to 12 numbers. Whereas, even in 10th, the value-based question in all subjects will be asked from eight to ten marks.
CBSE Examination Controller, Sanyam Bhardwaj said that there is no question out of syllabus in the board examination. Question paper is prepared very carefully. Questions can be asked from anywhere inside or outside the chapter. In such a situation, students should make their full preparations. All questions will remain from NCERT.