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Exam focus area is 60% of portion

December 17, 2021 12:51 am | Updated 08:56 am IST - Thiruvananthapuram

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Exam with school student having a educational test, thinking hard, writing answer in classroom for university education admission and world literacy day concept What if there are no exams? What will learning look like?

The government has issued orders fixing the focus area for preparation of question papers for the SSLC, higher secondary and the vocational higher secondary examinations in March 2022.

The focus area has to be fixed at 60% of the total portion to be studied. Seventy per cent of the questions will be from this 60% component. Sufficient choices will be given to the extent of 50% extra marks.

This follows a proposal from the Director of General Education earlier this month. The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) Director had also submitted guidelines for fixing the focus area. Last year, the focus area had been fixed at 40%.

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