Separate examination in XI and XII from 2024, adding original HSC results

Separate examination in XI and XII from 2024, adding original HSC results

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The HSC examination system is changing. The test will be once in class XI and once in class XII.

The original result will be added to the results of the two tests.

This method will be effective from 2024.

 

Besides, changes are coming in the curriculum of these 4 classes in 2022, first-second and sixth-seventh.

In a changing world, refinement comes to the curriculum for about 5 consecutive years.

In this country too, various changes and refinements have been going on in the curriculum for decades.

After 1995, 2012. In the light of that curriculum, science, humanities and business education in 9th class is divided into 3 branches.

However, in the last plan, which started in ’18, work on the same textbook is going on till 10th class.

In that case the branch will be divided into higher secondary.

The chairman of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board said that as a result, the SSC examination is changing from 2024.

Work is also underway to change the HSC examination assessment system.

In that case there will be two board exams.

Once in class XI, once in class XII. The result of HSC will be added by adding the results of two examinations.

According to the new curriculum, the weekly leave in the educational institution will be increased by 2 days.

Professor Narayan Chandra Saha, chairman of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board, said the curriculum for the first-second and sixth-seventh classes in 2022 is changing.

And in 2024 new curriculum will be given in SSC. Then the high school will be changed.

Educators warn that inequality in urban and rural educational institutions should not increase in changing and refining the curriculum.

Rasheda K Chowdhury, an educationist, said that co-curricular activities and co-curricular activities should be focused on developing the talents of primary students.

Advise them to plan in the light of the reality at the field level without forcing decisions from above.

According to the new deadline, work on new books for third, fourth, fifth and eighth and ninth grades in ’23, tenth grades in ’24 and twelfth grades in ’26 will be completed.

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