CBSE Semester System 2017 - 2018 New Exam Pattern From 6th to 9th - Sarkari Naukri Career

Friday, 24 March 2017

CBSE Semester System 2017 - 2018 New Exam Pattern From 6th to 9th


CBSE Semester System

Good news for all those contenders who are studying under Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Check New Exam Pattern From 6th to 9th and CBSE Semester System 2017 – 2018.Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked its 18,688 affiliated schools to execute a uniform system of assessment and examination for classes 6 to 9.


CBSE Semester System decision will be implemented from the academic year 2017-2018 onwards and aims to standardize teaching and evaluation process across schools. All the CBSE affiliated schools are required to follow the NCERT syllabus in the upper primary stage, uniformity in the assessment structure, examination and issue of report cards from class 6 to 9.

CBSE New Exam Pattern new format is a continuing movement towards quality education and brings standardization in teaching, evaluation, examination and valuation of students’ intellectual level. This move will also end the disparities and problems created whenever the students migrated to another school.


CBSE New Exam Pattern

The uniform system of assessment, exam pattern and report cards for classes 6 to 9 will easiness not only students but also other stakeholders. This will ensure the simple migration of students within from one school to another without any problems in seeking admission. The decision has been taken in the light of Class 10 board exam re-establishment. As the assessment structure and exam pattern for Class 9 will be similar to that of Class 10, the report card issued for Class 9 will also be same as that of Class 10.

“Following the choice to restore board exam for class 10, it was very important to have a new scheme of evaluation for classes 6 to 9 for the reason that disparities in the system were creating problems for students at whatever time they migrated to another school,” CBSE(Central Board of Secondary Education) said in its notification.


According to the new guidelines, the assessment structure and examination for classes VI to VIII has been organized in view of the provisions of RTE-Act 2009 and comprises of two terms i.e. Term-1 and 2. Detail of assessment structure is given below.

Scholastic Area
Assessment structure and exam for 6th to 8th classes have been designed according to the provisions of RTE-Act 2008 and it consists of two terms, i.e. Term-1 and 2 which has been described below:

Subjects
Term-1 (100 Marks)(1st half of the session)20 marks Periodic Assessment + 30 marks for Half Yearly Exam
Term-2 (100 marks)(2nd half of the session)CBSE to Unveil Uniform System of Assessment and Exam for 6th-9th Classes
Language-1
Language-2
Language-3
Mathematics
Science Social Science Any other Subjects
PA 20 Marks
Periodic Test 10 marks with
syllabus covered till the announcement of test dates by school
Note Book Submission
5 marks at term-end
Sub Enrichment – 5 marks at term-end
Half Yearly Exam
PA 20 Marks
Periodic Test 10 marks with
syllabus covered till the announcement of test dates by school
Note Book Submission
5 marks at term-end
Sub Enrichment – 5 marks at term-end
Yearly Exam
Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus coverage as below: Class 6: 10% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term Class 7: 20% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term Class 8: 30% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term


Subject Enrichment Activities:

·         The purpose is to develop the understanding and skills of the students.
·         These activities will be carried out throughout the term, but they will be evaluated at the term end.

Subject List:

·         Languages: these aims to provide the learners to connect effective listening and speaking skills.
·         Mathematics: To prepare students with mathematical actions as per the prescribed syllabus
·         Science: To encourage students to assume practical work and scientific activities as per the suggestions made by the NCERT in the syllabus and textbooks
·         Social Science: To support for project work as per the idea made in the NCERT Syllabus and Textbooks.
·         Co-Scholastic Activities (From 6 to 8 class): For the holistic growth schools must carry out co-curricular activities. The grades will be given term-wise based on reliability, sincere participate, output, and teamwork
·         Discipline (From 6 to 8 class): The discipline will be evaluate on attendance, sincerity, conduct, values, tidiness, sincerity towards rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation and other people.
·         Record Keeping: Simple certification procedure and collation of the same is to be carry out by the teachers at the time of preparation of the report card

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