11th-12th board exam twice a year, two languages as syllabus, major announcement center

From now onwards, class XI and XII board exams will be held twice a year. The curriculum may have two languages. One of them must be an Indian language. The announcement by the Ministry of Education also said that the curriculum will be released soon in line with the new education policy.

The Ministry of Education on Wednesday announced the important syllabus and examination related to Class XI and XII. The new curriculum will emphasize subject comprehension. This, it is claimed, will reduce the tendency for heavy coaching reliance and rote memorization.

The decision to hold board exams twice a year is to increase the excellence of the results. One of the two languages is said to be Indian, but no specific Indian language is mentioned. That is, students can also choose a regional language if they want.

Also several important chapters. It also includes essential topics like the periodic table and energy sources. The Mughal era has been left out of the CBSE class 12 history syllabus. The announcement of this day has also indicated the change of the syllabus. It has been said that the syllabus will be released soon in line with the new education policy.

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