CBSE New Scheme Circular Session 2021-22, Class 10th 12th Assessment Guidelines

CBSE New Scheme 2021-22 class 10th and 12th latest Circular for Exam Syllabus and Exam Pattern is now announced for Two Board exams. CBSE New Assessment Policy Session 2021-22, Syllabus & Exam Pattern and CBSE New Guidelines For 10th 12th Exam Latest news Here. CBSE New Circular for Exam Scheme Session 2021- 22 has been released through an official notification on Monday. This year has been tough for many students of Class 10 and 12 as for almost a year no exams have been conducted to pass the students.

Just on the basis of internal assessment students were been promoted. Although many students were satisfied with this CBSE New Marking Scheme 10th Class some were led back as they wanted to perform better in their CBSE Board Examinations. On Monday, the Central Board of Secondary Education released CBSE Assessment Policy 2022, so that this coming year would be better for all board students (Class 10 & 12).

CBSE New Scheme Circular For Session 2021-22

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) the previous year reduced the syllabus by 30 % and conducted the board examination rationally for all the students. But this year in CBSE New Assessment Policy they have bifurcated it into two Terms. Due to the current situation, the Board devised an academic ear in two terms. However, the rationalized syllabus for both sessions is released. Check it in the form of points.

  • There will be Term 1 Examination and Term 2 Examination. The CBSE Board Exam 1st Term will be conducted in November December. CBSE 2nd Term Board Exam 2021 will be conducted in March-April 2022.
  • The syllabus in both the terms will be divided by 50 percent. But CBSE will take care that all the topics will be interconnected. The syllabus of CBSE will be rationally similar to the last  CBSE academic session which will be notified further in July 2021.
  • Students will also conduct internal test, Practical, Projects of both the class 10 and 12.
  • Schools will continue to deliver subject classes through Online platform. At the end of the term CBSE will facilitate all schools to upload marks of the students on CBSE website.
  • As before, the Board will provide question banks, sample assessments, teacher training etc for session 2021-22 of CBSE Board Exam.

CBSE New Guidelines Class 10 and 12 Exam 2021- 22

The CBSE proposed a Two board exam Scheme for Class 10th and 12th students from this session. This year many new guidelines have been laid down for exams, syllabus, and exam patterns. Thus now students need to check CBSE New Guidelines 2021-22 is summed up below:

  • The first Term end of CBSE will be of 90 minutes for all students. The paper will be given to students in the form of Multiple Choice Questions. The term 1 End Paper will be conducted by the respective schools. If in any chance it is not been conducted by schools then the paper will carried online.
  • The second term end of CBSE will be for two hours long paper. This paper will be descriptive. Second Term End paper will be conducted by CBSE in their respective centers. If by any chance the paper is not been conducted then it will be canceled and marks will be given on the basis of First Term End  performance, Projects, Practical and internal assessment for Class 10 and 12.
  • If neither First Term End Exams were been conducted nor 2nd Term End Exam then the marks will be on the basis of internal assessments, project and practicals.
  • These scenarios will only work if this year or coming year still not get feasible for Class 10 and 12 students for Board Examination.

CBSE 10th Term Wise New Syllabus 2021-22

CBSE New Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2021-22 Assessment Policy

As you know that this year exams will be conducted in two ways, Term End 1 and Term End 2. CBSE New Syllabus 2021-22 will be divided in two ways 50-50 percent. More precise information will be done by CBSE authorities in the upcoming official notification in the month of July 2021. CBSE’s new Exam pattern Session 2021-22 will might not come by any reduction this year as it is already been divided as Term End 1 and Term End 2. The students have the choice to appear in any one of the term exams. The Reduce syllabus and exam pattern are also provided here.

Students who have been promoted to Class 10 and 12 need to carefully check the latest official notification regarding CBSE Class 10 and 12 Special Examination. Well, we have summed up all the information above but then too if you feel that you need detailed information you can check here. The furthermore latest circular on CBSE New Scheme for 10th & 12th assessment plan on Board Exam 2022 like Exam Schedule, Question Paper Pattern, Reduced Syllabus, new Assessment Plan for both Term 1 & term 2 check here regularly.

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CBSE 10th and 12th Reduce Syllabus 2021-22 New Exam Scheme

As the CBSE Board announces New Scheme for examination 2021-22, the change in syllabus and exam pattern for terms 1 and 2 are explained here. Now the students need to understand academic terms, syllabi, exam schedule, and question paper pattern and there after start preparation. Let’s discuss some important points of CBSE New Syllabus for 2021-22 term 1 and term 2 exams.

  • There will be now reduce in the class 10th syllabus as earlier release in March 2021.
  • The Board will releases rationalized syllabus for Term 1 and Term 2 exam separately.
  • Students just need to study only 50-50 syllabus for both term.
  • The Term 1 and term 2 exam will conduct basis on Reduce syllabus and exam pattern.

CBSE Term Wise Syllabus 2021-22 Class 10 and 12

The Subject wise Reduce Syllabus for Class 10th and 12th Exam 2021-22 is now released. The students were advised to prepare according to this. The model question paper based on reduce syllabus for term 1 and term 2 exams is also provided by the CBSE Board soon.

There is the question paper of Term 1 or 2 is set according to CBSE New Syllabus 2021-22 PDF releases. The students were just advised to check each subject’s Term wise syllabus and prepare according to it. Each term Main and Language subject syllabus is separately designed.

58 thoughts on “CBSE New Scheme Circular Session 2021-22, Class 10th 12th Assessment Guidelines”

  1. Yes it’s ok but this year also reduction of syllabus is must and as we all know in online classes many students don’t attend and if they attend then also only few were understand the topic so I request the examination will not be so tough.

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    • Its great but one problem us there that the teachers and students willnot have tym to finish tge syllabus and its very very important to reduce the syllabus to 40% then we can learn and the syllabus also will finished as soon as possible in my opinion this is better and conducte the exam in offline mode if 1st one is online no problem but 2nd should be at center itself… And the syllabus should reduce at least 35%…plz do like this it would be comfortable to all students and teachers…

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  2. It’s a good scheme but reduction of syllabus is also important, because everyone is not able to understand the classes and the teachers are also not clearing all the doubts. Especially in maths class. She just want to complete the syllabus. So pls kindly think for the above.

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    • Yaaaa , sir i also think that Reduction is much more important this year also , because there i no any clearity is given by our teachers in practical quiestions , in online classes. So i request for reduction of syallabu.

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      • I dont think so ,the chapter maybe you quiet today and your burden is less maybe but maybe in future the chapter you have to learn once again .And also only clearing syllabus is not at all clearing all doubt is all

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  3. During the pandemic situation many parents are jobless they worried about the fee. Can make a concession it will be helpful for the parents in the lock down period.

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  4. Thanku so much cbse .I am in 10th now and I was very worried for my 10th exams but this decision makes me stress free .Thanku

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  5. In the private school the fees should not be collected, the teacher payments must be given by the government because so many parents did not have the work to pay the fees. So, I request that if u would help them so, it’s very grateful for them also…

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  6. Infect in this situation, schools focuses on copy completion more than test and all….just like junior students…… Nowadays ,teachers are just focusing on syllabus completion just for his job.

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  7. Agar kisi students ke pass phone available nahi hai too vo classes kesai attend karega

    . Too mera manna ye hai ki cbse ko attendence ko lekar problem naa kare
    . Aur ho sake too govt ko har ush bache ko phone provide karna chaiye taki vo online classes lai sake aur sath mai free internet connection bhi provide karna chaiye taki low family sai belong karne wale students ki education bekar naa ho
    . Govt ko ish topic ke baare mai charcha karni chaiye kuy ki har garh mai 3,4 students hote hai aur sab ki class same time par ge hoti hai too family har kisi ko alag alag phone available nahi kara sakti govt sai Mera anurodh hai ki vo mera comment jaldi he pade aur reply kare taki har vo student Jo poor family sai belong karta hai vo apani study par dhayan de sake

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    • It means 10 and 12 class have No sports in their academic session.
      Ek taraf to khelo india lga rkha hai CBSE ne aur dusri taraf November mai exam to District, state, national competitions mai to koi v student 10 n 12th ka participation ni kr payega.

      Yeh jhoote khelo india, fit india K drame band krey CBSE aur seedha boley ke do studies only.

      Really embarrassing

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  8. The reduction of syllabus is vry important in this becoz we can’t studied properly last year due this covid -19 situation so plsss request to cbse ton reduce 30-40% of syllabus this year
    Plss don’t ignore this msg we need reduction in syllabus in this year plss reduce syllabus its my humble request 🙏🙏🙏🙏

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  9. Please reduce syllabus 30 % as last term and release samples papers for exam so we can be study without any pressure.

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  10. It’s a great decision CBSE. hello I’m Laxmipriya of cls 12th From Kendriya vidyalaya Malkangiri , Odisha .Thank you so much CBSE for the great news .it’s a better decisions to rationalization of exam and it would be better if you reduce syllabus also becoz ,to be honest we can’t understand the theories mostly in Phy chem and bio. Means in the main subjects faces problems and this three are important in every field so keep view on this CBSE . That’s it only Dhanyawad 🙏

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  11. This is right decision but many students are not able to attend the online classes because they haven’t phone So I request don’t marking on attendance and don’t cut the max of students on attendance 🙏

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  12. For Class 9, which exam will be held in Term 1? Will there be a subjective Half Yearly in September or a MCQ of 90 Marks in Nov-Dec or both will be held? Please answer I need to know this very urgently.

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  13. You should give the revised Syllabus as soon as possible and how will children prepare within 3 months for next terminal test 2? You should think about that? How will the children read within short term?

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  14. Yes the Idea is great for the present situation but reducing syllabus can be facilate problem in further studies. Understanding Concepts is much more important than finishing the syllabus.

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  15. Yes, i can’t attend the online class so I can’t understand the ch of my syllabus CBSE will reduce the syllabus about 30%

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  16. Y theek hai ki aap two times exam le rahe hai but plz ham bacho ke baare me bhi sochiye jo 12th me ab tak school nhi gaye hai or online class me kuch khass samjh nhi aata or ab tak cbse ne term 1 ka proper syllabus tak release nhi kia hai kab syllabus ayega kab ham log exam ke lie prepare honge

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  17. Plzzz ask CBSE to release the syllabus as soon as possible so that the students can start their preparation………….
    Because we cannot start our preparation until the syllabus is being shared with us………..
    Hence, it’s a humble request to the Central board of higher school education to plzz release the syllabus.
    Thanks
    With regards
    Aditi

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  18. This is right but you should have to think about those children’s who are not in a position to attend online classes due to many reasons । that’s solve

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  19. SIR
    ACCORDING TO THE NEW CIRCULAR DATED 22/7/21 THERE IS CONFUSION REGARDING THE I TERM AND II TERM PORTIONS OF PHYSICS CLASS X.
    IN THESE YEARS ALL THE INSTITUTIONS FOLLOWED THE I TERM PORTIONS AS
    1)ELECTRICITY 2)MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT 3)SOURCES OF ENERGY. ALL THE INSTITUTIONS STARTED THE CLASS ACCORDING THIS SYLLABUS.NOW ALMOST TWO MONTHS CLASS BY ONLINE COMPLETED. IT IS VERY DIFFICULT TO CHANGE TO THE NEW PORTIONS GIVEN IN THE CIRCULAR 22/7/21.
    EVEN NOTHING WAS MENTIONED IN THE CIRCULAR DATED 5/7/21.THE NOW ALL THE STUDENTS STUDIED THE CONCEPT OF I TERM PORTION. ALSO THEY ANSWERED THE TEST BASED ON THIS PORTION.NOW ALL THE STUDENTS ARE IN CONFUSION.THE NEW CIRCULAR ALSO(22/7/21) GOT LATE. CONSIDERING THIS MATTER VERY SERIOUS KINDLY DO FAVOUR TO THE STUDENTS.
    THANK YOU

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  20. Yes according to me it was important to reduce 40% syllabus because we are not able to go to school also we are not studying the given topics clearly so please i request sir to reduce the syllabus yours resecpivelly

    Vaibhav singh from 10th class

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  21. The decision is very good as the syllabus is divided into 50 percent there there will not be to much burden and the 30 percent reduced syllabus is ok as we have 50-50 percent syllabus for both the term i am satisfy with all these decision

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  22. Please keep offline class and exam because this only one year (class 12th) is very important for our future.

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  23. CBSE reduce the syllabus for classes 10 and 12 ? For academic session 2021-22 … I don’t understand pcm except theory portions through these online classes.. Please make our classes offline.. Because by online our concept are not clearing…

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  24. It is good but as the children are not vaccinated they should not be called in school at least do session 2021-2022 as they are not vaccinated and there are no vaccines For students till yet

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  25. My question is like earlier cbse takes top 5 subjects for final scoring rather than taking all 6 subjects. So this time also they’ll take 5 subjects only or they’ll take all 6 subjects.

    I prefer only 5 subs

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