The number of question papers in the Class 10 Board examination for the current year in Telangana has been reduced from 11 to 6, according to a State School Education Report.
Schools in Telangana have been reopened for classes 9 and 10 since February 1 last year after the corona epidemic. Schools close on May 26th. In total there are only 89 working days in this academic year. The Telangana School Education Board had announced on May 23 that the Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSC) for Class 10 students would be held from May 17 to 26.
Since most of the current academic year is conducted online only, the state government is offering many benefits for the students considering the welfare of the students. In the current academic year for 10th class students, the total number of question papers in the Board examination has been reduced from 11 to 6. That is, it is to be implemented on the basis of one question paper per subject. The announcement was made by the Telangana State School Education Department in its report last Wednesday.
It is also stated in the question paper of each subject that more questions will be given for the questions. Also, the exam is usually given 2 hours and 45 minutes, but currently there is a further half hour and the exam is given 3 hours and 15 minutes. Out of a total of 600 marks in the Board examination, students will write only 480 marks. The report also states that the average score of the two internal examinations will be calculated for the remaining 120 marks.