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CBSE to start two levels of English and Sanskrit from 2021-22 session

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For the academic year 2021-2022, the Central Board of Secondary Education, (CBSE) will present the articles in English and Sanskrit in two stages. Currently, the board offers math and Hindi in two levels to reduce stress for students. In addition, beginning next academic year, the board will introduce improvement tests as part of NEP’s implementation of national education policy.

Competency-based questions have already been included in the jury exams for Classes 10 and 12. The board decided to increase the number of questions by 10% each year.

According to the official statement from the ministry, “the main parts of the NEP will be included in the New National Program Framework (NCF) and centrally funded programs. The NCF fundamentals will be released and should be developed during the next academic session, i.e. 2021-2022. “

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To meet the NEP 2020 goals and specifications, DoSEl created a preliminary implementation plan with task lists linking each recommendation to the tasks, the bodies responsible for carrying out the task, the deadlines to the results. This list of pending tasks has been shared with the States / UT / Autonomous Organizations for their comments / suggestions. After analyzing the comments from the expert groups, important suggestions were incorporated into the final version of the implementation plan.

The dates for the CBSE 2021 board exams were published by the Minister of Education on December 31, 2020. The CBSE 2021 board exams would start on May 4 and end on June 10. The skill test would begin on March 1, giving students plenty of time to prepare. However, the council has yet to release the data sheet.

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