More Opportunities, Less Pressure for Students
Board exams will occur twice a year, allowing students to retain their highest scores.
Students will have the liberty to choose subjects across streams for flexibility.
In classes 11 and 12, students must study two languages, including at least one Indian language.
New textbooks are in development for the academic session starting in 2024.
The traditional "coverage" approach will be replaced, focusing on cost-effective textbook usage.
Those designing board exams must complete university-certified courses for qualification.
A shift towards ongoing assessment and skill development will reduce the emphasis on final exams.