MPBSE introduces new pattern to improve results
|Source: The Hitavada Date: 02 Jan 2017 10:16:17|
Lengthy questions that carry 6 marks have been changed to small questions and will carry 3 marks each, this will help students score better and answer questions easily
IN ORDER to bring improvement in Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) examination, the Board has decided to change pattern of Board examination papers from this session. With this aim, lengthy questions that carry 6 marks have been changed to small questions and will carry 3 marks each. This step will also improve Board results in the State.
As per information, this new pattern will not cause difficulty to students, while students will be able to solve these questions easily. Along with this, per cent of results will also increase as compared to previous years. In order to provide information about this new pattern, blue print of new pattern has been uploaded in the Board website. Schools have also carried out preparations of final examination on the basis of this new examination pattern. It was also informed to students that 40 per cent questions are easy questions, 45 per cent questions will be general and only 14 per cent questions would be tough questions. With this new question pattern, students will be benefited.
Lengthy questions that carries six marks will be changed into short questions. This will also save time and students can score better. Principal of Pandit Lajja Shankar Jha, School of Excellence, Veena Bajpayee said that new blue print has been released for new examination pattern for higher secondary and high school Board examination. Preparations are being carried out on the basis of new examination pattern.
This new pattern will prove beneficial for students to score good marks in the Board examination and this will also increase per cent of Board results.