Request Of Parents'Association to the Chief Minister of Gujarat to Give Std. 1 to 9 & 11 Mass Promotion and To Take Std. 10 and 12 examinations in June
The number of cases of coronavirus is on the rise, for which it was decided to conduct standard 10 and 12 Gujarat board exams in May, but at present the number of cases is increasing in large numbers.
It has also introduced mass promotion for students of 1st to 9th standard
All Gujarat Guardian President Naresh Shah has written a letter to Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. The letter said all government programs have been shut down in view of the current situation.
In the present situation, it is not possible to take the school examination in the month of May, so that the students of 1st to 9th standard are given mass promotion and the examination of 10th and 12th standard is taken in the month of June and not in the month of May.
The new year will also start from June and 240 days of study will not be available as per the academic calendar, so it has been demanded to announce mass promotions immediately.
Std. 10 and 12 examinations will start from May 10
Gujarat Board has announced the schedule of Std. 10 and Std. 12 examinations. The standard 10 and 12 examinations are starting from May 10. The exams will run till May 25. The standard 12 examination will be from 3 pm to 6.30 pm, while the standard 10 examination will be from 10 am to 3:15 pm.
30 percent reduction in curriculum
Earlier, a 30 per cent cut in the curriculum was made in the interest of students due to the Corona epidemic, following which students are now focusing on 70 per cent in the curriculum. Objective questions in Std-9 and Std-11 and Std-12 general stream question papers with Std-9 to 10 are 30% instead of 20%.
In the academic year 2020-21, the curriculum for Std-9 to 12 has been reduced by 30%. While in Std-9,10,11 and 12 general stream the proportion of objective questions in question papers has been increased from 20% to 30%.
The question paper of Std-12 Science stream has 50% multiple choice questions and 50% descriptive questions. In the question paper of standard 9 to 12, in the descriptive questions, general option is given instead of internal option.
50% MCQ in standard-12 science question papers unchanged
While in Std-12 Science, the proportion of 50 per cent MCQ (Multiple Choice Question) and 50 per cent descriptive type questions in the question papers has been maintained as before. In Std-9 to Std-12 question papers in descriptive type questions will be given general option instead of internal option.
Pursuant to this change, the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has prepared question papers of 40 main subjects of Std-10 and 12 in the form, merit and sample question papers which have been sent to all the Secondary-Higher Secondary Schools through all the District Education Officers.
These details are also posted on the website of the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education www.gseb.org.