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In the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, it was suggested that boards including CBSE should introduce reforms in the exam pattern and conduct it in a phased manner
CBSE, thus decided, to make the examinations more “student-centric, transparent, technology-driven, and advance provision of alternatives for different future scenarios”, the board stated.
CBSE will hold two board exams or term-end exams for the 2022 batch. Each of the exams will be held on 50 per cent of the syllabus. The term I will be held in November-December while the term II will be conducted in March-April. The pattern of the exams will be different not only from the exams held so far but the pattern of term-I and term-II exams will also be different.
The term I exams will have multiple choice questions including case-based MCQs and assertion-reasoning type MCQs and will be held for 90 minutes. The term II will have questions in different formats including case-based, situation-based, open-ended questions as well as both short and long answer type questions. This paper will be conducted for two hours. Since in the past two years March and April have seen a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases, the board has already allowed the flexibility to schools. If the Covid-19 pandemic situation does not normalize, the March exams will be held MCQ-based papers for 90 minutes.