CBSE Contemplates on revamping examination pattern in India
As part of bringing about radical transformation in the quality of education in India, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is aiming at bringing about changes in the Board examination pattern, quoting the Secretary, Human Resource Development, Anil Swarup, an India Today report said. The announcement came about, while embarking on a three-day Odisha tour, noted the report. “A committee, which was earlier constituted under the ex-secretary of higher education Vinay Sheel Oberoi to look into the reforms, has already submitted its report suggesting use of technology to tackle the question paper leakage problem,” Anil Swarup said told TOI.
“We are examining the suggestions and will implement them from the next academic session,” Swarup said.
CBSE paper leak
Meanwhile, sources close to the board authorities said that the committee was formed after the alleged leak of CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 question papers. What is more, there should be minimum use of human intervention and optimum use of technology to ensure security in all spheres, said Swarup.
CBSE Class 10, Class 12 board results
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the Class 10 board exam results 2018 on May 29 on the official website, cbse.nic.in .This year; Prakhar Mittal of DPS Gurgaon has topped the board examination with 499 marks out of 500. For the year 2018, the pass percentage of the class 10 result is 86.70%.
Class 12 Board Results
Meanwhile, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Class 12 board results on May 26 on the official website, the link for which is cbseresults.nic.in.
This year, Meghna Shrivastava of Step by Step School, Ghaziabad has topped the board examination with 499 marks out of 500. In an interview given to IndiaToday, CBSE Class 12 topper 2018 said, “I am overwhelmed to see the results. I never expected that I will score 499 marks.” Also, the overall pass percentage is 83.01% as against last year’s 82.02 per cent. A total of 638 government schools achieved 90% and above results, against 554 schools last year.