The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE board) has recently released the revised date sheet for the 12th board examinations. After this amendment, the 12th examinations will now start on May 4, 2021. These examinations will be conducted four days a week in two shifts. The Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Economics, and Business Studies examinations are going to be Start on 12 May.
Today CBSE board is going to describe the changes in the exam pattern of these subjects in detail. Along with this, sample papers are also made available for the preparation of these subjects. If you are a student of class 12, then this news is very important for you from the exam point of view.
Physics – CBSE board has added a new section in the question paper from this session (2020-21). Under this, two questions will be asked based on a case study of four marks. At the same time, Assertion-Region (determination-reason) has been added in Section-A i.e. Very Short Answer Question. In which 1 mark will be allotted for each correct answer. Now the total number of questions has been decreased from 37 to 33.
Chemistry – The number of objective questions has been reduced from 20 to 16 in the question paper of this subject. The total number of questions will be decreased to 33. Apart from this, two passage-based questions will also be asked in this session (2020-21) in the section on objective questions. Each question will have 4 sub-sections. One digit has been assigned for each sub-part.
Mathematics – In the previous session (2019-20), the question paper of Mathematics was divided into four sections – A, B, C, and D. At the same time, this year (2020-21) question paper has been divided into only two sections – A and B. Objective (objective questions) of 24 marks will be asked in the first part and descriptive (descriptive questions) of 56 marks in the second part. Also, due to the addition of two case-study-based questions, the total number of questions has increased from 36 to 38.
Biology – While a total of 27 questions were asked in the last session (2019-20), this time (2020-21) the total number of questions has been increased to 33. Along with this, two questions based on a case study have also been added to the questions of Section-A. Each of these two questions will have five parts, out of which only four have to be answered. This way you get 1 point for each part
Economics – This topic has also been revised by the CBSE board, now two case-study-based questions have been added to the year (2020-21) question paper. That is, one question in Macrae-Economics and one in the Indian Economics Development section will be based on a case study. Apart from this, no change has been made in the paper pattern.
Business Studies – This time the term limit for answering has been fixed. For three, four, and six marks questions will have to be answered in 50 to 70, 150, and 200 words respectively. In the last session (2019-20), a total of 34 questions of one, three, four, five, and six marks were asked. At the same time, questions of only one, three, four, and six marks will be asked. That is, five-point questions will not be asked this time. However, the total number of questions will remain at 34. Only four and six-digit numbers have been increased.