The current academic year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is planning some big changes in the pattern of the 10th class examinations. The Board wants to discourage the tendency of raising numbers and rattling to encourage creative responses.
As part of the current reforms, the CBSE has decided to give different patterns of questions in the existing format of objective questions. For this section 20 marks are allocated. But the big change will be in the Thirri Porshan, for which 60 numbers are allocated. The number of questions in these sections will be reduced and there will be more number of questions than before. Through this, students will be encouraged for large and creative questions.