Board Exams Will Be Held Twice a Year by CBSE

Board Exams Will Be Held Twice a Year by CBSE
SRINAGAR: According to sources, the Ministry of Education has requested that the CBSE arrange the logistics of holding board exams twice a year starting with the 2025–2026 academic year.

They indicated that the idea to implement a semester system has been abandoned. According to the sources, principals of schools will meet with the ministry and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) next month to discuss holding board exams twice a year.

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According to them, the CBSE is presently figuring out how to rearrange the academic calendar to make room for an additional set of board exams without affecting the timing of undergraduate admissions.

The ministry has requested that the CBSE work on organising the logistics of the twice-yearly board exams. The principals of the schools will have a consultation with the board the following month, according to a person who is working out the details.

The possibility of holding two board test editions at the end of the 2025–2026 academic year is being investigated, but the specifics still need to be ironed out. The source went on, “But there are no plans to put the semester system into place.

The education ministry declared last year that board examinations would take place twice a year, in accordance with the New Curriculum Framework (NCF), to give students the time and opportunity to perform well and retain the highest mark.

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