Out of the series of development that the Central Board of Secondary Education aims to introduce to improve the quality of education for students, one of the top moves is to introduce 2 levels of Mathematics paper for Class 10 students from 2020.
CBSE will introduce two levels of examination in Mathematics for Class 10 students in 2020. This is to cater to different kinds of learners. According to the circular issued by CBSE officials, the two examinations for Mathematics will be:
- Basic – for the easier level
- Standard – for the existing level of examination
The current level and curriculum of the subject would continue to remain same, the official circular pointed.
According to the National Curriculum Framework, the two levels of exam will cater to different kinds of learners and allow different levels of testing. Additionally, it will also reduce the overall stress and anxiety level of the students. It is obviously noticed that Mathematics is the toughest subject of a lot of students in the exam. So, it is natural to add to your stress level.
Not for internal assessment:
The two levels of Examination will be held in the subject of Mathematics in CBSE Board Exams 2020 of Class 10 and the same shall not be applicable to the internal assessment in class 10.
Not for Class 9:
There shall not be two levels of assessment or examination for students of Class IX. Students should take note of this.
Opting out of the paper:
A student will have the right to choose between the two levels of Examination at the time of submission of List of Candidates (LoC) by the affiliated school to the Board online.
If a students fails:
In case a student fails at any level of Mathematics, he/she can appear at the compartment examination as per norms of the Board according to the options given below:
|Failed in||Compartment options|
|Mathematics-Standard||Mathematics Standard or Mathematics- Basic|
SpeedLabs provide Top Quality Personal guidance; and Best Technology Practice Platform at an Affordable price to our students.
At SpeedLabs, students benefit from a variety of elements, including personalized instructions and attention, one-on-one guidance, regular corrective feedback and positive reinforcement, interactive small-group sessions that encourage dialogue, participation and application of instructions, small class sizes of 6-8 students per teacher, which minimizes student’s tendency to let their attention wander.
All the best for your exam!