Central Board Of Secondary Education has finally released the CBSE Official Syllabus 2020-21 PDF for Class 10th on their official website. The latest CBSE Syllabus 2020-21 pdf is available here to download.
|Mathematics Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|Science Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|Social Science Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|Hindi Course A Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|Hindi Course B Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
|English Language & Literature Syllabus 2020-21||Click Here|
6 April, 2020, 5:26 pm
CBSE in a communique to school principals has stated that an alternative academic calendar for students of classes 1 to 12 is being developed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in a communique to school principals has stated that an alternative academic calendar for students of classes 1 to 12 is being developed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). In the letter addressed to school heads, CBSE Chairperson Anita Karwal has said that the calendar is specially developed around activities that will help attain Learning Outcomes in a joyful manner. "This calendar also suggests ways and means to use technology to aid and facilitate this process of learning," she said.
"We will be sharing this with you shortly," she has said in the letter.
Ms Karwal has asked school principals to reinvent education processes for managing academic activities in situations like the one the country is going through right now.
"You, as Principals, have a huge role to play in the present setting," her letter reads. "We believe that this is the time to not just deal with the current emergency, but also build foundations of resilience to face such difficult events in the future," it adds.
She has asked school heads to make use of the digital learning/ e-learning platforms provided by the Ministry of Human Resources Development.
"Share your innovative timetables, content, assignments, question banks, etc. with us, so that your efforts do not remain limited to your school," she said asking the principals to share their work on ASAR app of CBSE.
6 April, 2020, 2:43 pm
CBSE, today, announced that it is introducing a new academic elective for senior secondary or 10+2 students. 'Applied Mathematics' will be available to all class 11 students.
CBSE, today, announced that it is introducing a new academic elective for senior secondary or 10+2 students. 'Applied Mathematics' will be available to all class 11 students who do not wish to take up mathematics after class 12 or do not wish to pursue a career in any of the physical sciences.
It is only natural for students to feel both curious and confused by this new addition. Here are some important questions answered about this new offering by CBSE.
What is 'Applied Mathematics' ?
'Applied Mathematics' is a new academic elective which will be offered to class 11 students this year. The new subject will be taught by connecting concepts to their application in various fields. It will help students in developing skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, logical reasoning, and mathematical thinking.
As part of 'Applied Mathematics' curriculum, real world problems would be modeled into mathematical expressions using numerical, algebraic, and graphical representation.
Who can opt for 'Applied Mathematics'?
Class 11 students from this academic year (2020-21) can opt for 'Applied Mathematics' paper as an academic elective.
As per CBSE's circular, "Students who want to opt for higher studies in Mathematics at the University level as an Elective or want to take admission in Mathematics Honours course or Engineering course may take Mathematics (041). The Applied Mathematics (241) course is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of Mathematics that are required to be successful in different fields of their future career. Therefore this course may be selected by students keeping this aspect in mind.
How is 'Academic Mathematics' different from 'Mathematics'?
The Academic Mathematics (041) subject will be practical in nature and students will learn practical application of Mathematics in different disciplines.
Students who have passed in either Basic Mathematics (241) or Standard Mathematics (041) at class 10 level, can opt for 'Applied Mathematics' in class 11. However, students who have taken Basic Mathematics in class 10 are not eligible for Mathematics (041) in class 11.
Students should, however, make the choice taking into consideration the scope of this subject in getting admission at University level.
Is it similar to the 'Applied Mathematics' which is offered as a Skill Subject?
It is not. CBSE has made several value additions to develop substantial mathematical skills and methods needed in other subject areas. The 'Applied Mathematics' paper which was being offered as a Skill Subject will be discontinued from this year. Students who have opted for 'Applied Mathematics' skill subject in class 11 last year will be offered 'Applied Mathematics' academic elective in class 12.
2 April, 2020, 3:02 pm
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Conducted the Class 10 Board Examinations of all subjects successfully from 15th February to 18th March, 2020. However, the last papers of Information & Communication Technology and Computer Applications had to be postponed as a preventive measure against COVID-19. Also, papers of few subjects were cancelled in the North-East parts of Delhi where violence broke out after clashes between NRC supporters and the opponents of the Citizenship Amendment Act. For all those students who could not write their exams on the dates earlier scheduled by CBSE, we are providing here the question papers of all important subjects for which the board exam was conducted all across the country. These latest question papers will let you know the pattern followed in the CBSE question papers. You will also get an idea about the difficulty level of the questions asked in the papers. These question papers will be helpful to those students also who will write their Class 10 Board Exam next year.
All the CBSE Class 10 Question Papers are available here in PDF format which can be easily downloaded and used for practice of the Class Board Exam 2020:
|1.||Mathematics Basics||Click Here|
|2.||Mathematics Standard||Click Here|
|4.||Social Science||Click Here|
|5.||English Language||Click Here|
24 March, 2020, 3:55 pm
From CBSE, Maharashtra Board to other state boards, here is a look at what all exams have been postponed, who all have released the revised schedule and when are the results expected.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to postponement of most of the state and both central board exams. A few boards including West Bengal, Karnataka among others have decided to go ahead with their schedule. Some boards have also announced the revised exam dates of the pending class 10 or class 12 exams.
If you are one among the lakhs of students appearing for the boards, here is a look at what each board is doing, their latest announcements and other details –
Punjab Board PSEB: The Punjab State Education Board (PSEB) has announced the revised dates of the exams it had postponed due to coronavirus pandemic. The two class 5 exams, which remain pending, will be held on April 1 (Hindi/Urdu) and April 3 (maths). The pending exams for class 10 will be held from April 3 to 23 and class 12 will be held from April 3 to 18.
Rajasthan Board BSER: The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) has postponed class 10 and 12 board exams 2020 till further notice. There is no timeline as to when the new dates will be announced.
CBSE: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) postponed Board examinations scheduled from March 19 to March 31 on the orders of HRD Ministry. The revised dates will be announced post March 31.
CISCE: After saying that the exams will be conducted as per schedule, the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) has postponed ICSE (class 10), ISC (class 12) examinations scheduled to end on March 31. These exams are expected to be held by second week of April, however, official dates will be announced on March 31 after assessing situation.
Meanwhile, the board has also asked its teachers and evaluators to check the answer scripts from home. A detailed procedure had been shared by the board to ensure it is carried out effectively.
UP Board UPMSP: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) had conducted its exams amid initial stages of coronavirus outbreak in India. The evaluation process for the UP Board exams has been affected. The evaluation process is postponed till April 2, this is expected to delay the UP Board result.
Telanagana SSC: The Directorate of Government Examination to postpone SSC exams. It is likely that the class 10 or SSC exams will be conducted from March 31 to April 6, however, the final decision will be announced on March 30. As per the earlier schedule, the Telangana SSC exams were to be conducted till April 6.
Maharashtra Board: After facing a lot of criticism, the Maharashtra Board has now decided to postpone the last SSC exam which was scheduled to be held on March 23. Earlier, class 10 exams are going as per schedule. Admission to PUC or college is on the basis of SSC score and hence the exam is deemed important. As many as 17,6500 students from nine centres in the state were to appear for the remaining two papers on Saturday and Monday. While the exam on Saturday was held as per schedule, the one on Monday has been postponed.
West Bengal Board: WBCHSE has asked the examiners to “take extra precaution with answer scripts of HS exam 2020 during transit to and from the head examiners’ place. After saying that since “only four papers are left” hence the exams will be held as per schedule, state Education Minister Partha Chatterjee has on March 21 announced to postpone the exams and new dates will be released after April 15.
Kerala Board: The Kerala Secondary education Board had allowed students to carry sanitisers and masks in the exam halls, however, since the further spread of the virus, the board has decided to reschedule the ongoing SSLC exams. Now the exams will be held in April, the dates are yet to be declared.
Karnataka KSEEB SSLC: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) will conduct the SSLC examinations as scheduled from March 29. The board said that all precautions have been adopted and hence the exams will not be an aid in transmission on coronavirus.
Goa Board: The Goa Secondary and Higher Secondary Board of Examination has announced to postpone the HSSC exams from March 21 onward further. The SSC exams, scheduled to be held from April 2, have also been discontinued till further notice. The board has also cancelled the assessment camp of HSSC at Panjim and Margoa.
21 March, 2020, 6:51 pm
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2020: Today was the Social Science paper of class 10 students. This was the last paper in the series of important subjects in class 10. Paper was conducted from 10:30 AM to 01:30 PM. We are providing here the CBSE Class 10 Social Science paper analysis and review.
You will get know the students’ reaction here. Question paper of today’s CBSE Class 10 Social Science Exam 2020 is also provided in the following link:
Social Science Question Paper 2020 : Click Here
Before knowing the students’ reaction, let us first take a quick glance of the pattern of today’s CBSE Class 10 Social Science paper.
CBSE Class 10 Social Science Paper Pattern 2020
The question paper of class 10 Social Science consisted of total 35 questions. All these questions were divided into four sections; A, B, C and D. These sections were formatted as follows:
All the questions in the paper were necessary. There was no overall choice given in the paper. However, internal choices were provided in 5 questions of Section A, 4 questions of Section B and 2 questions of Section C.
CBSE Class 10 Social Science Board Exam 2020: Student feedback and review of the paper
Some the major points from the feedback shared by Class 10 students are:
So if we talk about the general reaction, most of the students found the paper easy and scoring as well.
CBSE Class 10 Social Science Paper 2020: Examination experts call it an easy and balanced paper
According to experts, today’s Class 10 Social Science paper was easy. Social Science paper includes mostly subjective type questions which require more of writing the facts and explanations. Due to this, students often go lack of time and the same would have happened in the today’s paper. It just requires good time management and writing speed. Otherwise, all the questions were based on familiar topics from NCERT. So, students who would have studied NCERT book thoroughly and revised all important topics and concepts, would be able to complete their paper correctly.
CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2020 will be concluded on 20th March with the papers of Information & Communication Technology and Computer Applications. All important resources required for the preparation of these two papers will be provided on this app. So, keep vising the sight for all new articles and updates.
18 March, 2020, 3:37 pm