02-17-2015, 05:27 PM
CBSE Students are strongly opting for school-based examinations, following statements by the Board of evidence-based and school-based Test Board want to be judged by the same measure.
According to a report by The Times of India, Kendriya Vidyalaya, which means the Principal-1, SK Behura, CBSE has made it clear that students who do not want to change their class X Board then must go to the school-based examinations. X class of 476 students in the school, 78 are based on taking the exam board. The main difference between the two formats is that the school-based exam, the answer sheets are evaluated by the teachers of the school, while the rest are fixed externally.
"The examination of the school is like any other class-based test and is relatively comfortable. We have decided to continue XI class at the school, which will not go on together," said Upamanyu Mishra, a student class X of DAV public School, Chandrasekharpur.
Both assessments will be evaluated in the scheme provided by the CBSE, and students will receive the same certificate without considering what format they chose examination, according to official sources. A CBSE notice also stressed the responsibility of ensuring the confidentiality principles during download and print jobs sent to them question exams.