Now, CBSE pattern of question papers for class 12th students

Srinagar: The Jammu & Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has decided to frame the question papers for class 12th regular students on the analogy of Central Board of Secondary Education.

A circular in this regard was issued by the Director Academics, BOSE, Farooq Ahmad Peer.

 

“It is notified for the information of all the candidates of Higher Secondary Part-II (Class 12th) for the academic session 2019-20 (in case of Kashmir division/winter zone of summer zone areas of Jammu division) from the academic session 2020-21 (in case of summer zone areas of Jammu division) that the pattern/design of question papers has been modified and the new question papers shall now be framed taking into consideration the parameters with analytical approach, critical thinning and objectivity etc on the analogy of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for the Annual (Regular) Examination scheduled to be held in October-November 2020 (in case of Kashmir division/winter zone areas of Jammu division and UT of Ladakh) and February-March 2021 (in case of summer zone areas of Jammu division),” it reads.

It states that the model question papers are available on official website of JKBOSE (www.jkbose.ac.in). It further states that the examination of re-appear/ failure candidates on the old pattern of question papers will be held for only  one year in two (02) subsequent examinations—(KNO)

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4 comments

  1. We havent even completed our syllbus ..our actual session starts from march and from then onwards we are facing this pandemic are we robots or something what,dont you even feel grudge doing all this the whole world is dying and you promoted ncrt books to cbse paper pattern..our internet is not even working properly we are on 2g dealing with our online buffered classes even the teacher isnt visible..

  2. How could it possible .students have not completes the syllabus .students are not ready to face these conditions .

  3. Why the JKBOSE has decided such a huge step?
    As the students had not completed their syllabus of 12th due to the pandemic( Covid-19) and also they didn’t have completed their 11th class syllabus

    1. We havent even completed our syllbus ..our actual session starts from march and from then onwards we are facing this pandemic are we robots or something what,dont you even feel grudge doing all this the whole world is dying and you promoted ncrt books to cbse paper pattern..our internet is not even working properly we are on 2g dealing with our online buffered classes even the teacher isnt visible…

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