CISCE/ ISC New Exam Pattern/ Schedule for the years to come 2021-2022-2023 – Check Info below –
Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination ( CISSE ) has made some amendments in the Scheme of Marks for the upcoming ISC ( Indian School Certificate ) Exams. There is the change in the division of marks. As per the previous system, marks were divided between theory and practical exam in the ratio of 50-50.
Now the theory paper/ Practical Paper shall be in the division of 70-30 ratio. It means the theory exam shall be of 70 marks whereas Practical Exam shall be of 30 Marks. The change in the mark system will affect the subjects having practicals.
However, the Theory and Practical Exams shall have the same duration i.e. 3 hrs each. We must tell you that ISC Exam takes place every year in 55 Subjects including 15 Indian Languages, 3 Classical Languages and 8 Foreign Languages.
The New Marks Distribution system has come to existence after getting suggestions from various agencies and intellectuals.
Year ICSE/ ISC – Updates 2021-2022-2023
The information to this effect has got the concerned schools. It is now up to the schools to convey this message to the students concerned.CISCE New Scheme of Marks.
There are over 2,000 schools across the country belonging to CISCE and ISCE. Lakhs of students are getting quality education in them. In addition, the Syllabi of CISCE affiliated schools are considered tougher than those of other Boards’ affiliated schools.
Interesting to know that ICSE has curtailed the passing marks from 35 % to 33 % for both the classes 10th and 12th. The officials of the board says that this pattern of marks will be applicable from 2018 not from 2019. For that the board circulated the notice no. CICSE / Cir/ 2017 dated 27th Nov 2017.
Read this letter from here.
One more change, the students will face. Now they will get 15 minutes extra for reading their question papers besides the given time.
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