An important decision has been taken by the state government regarding the examinations in Std. 9, 10, 11 and 12 in the state.
Education Minister Jitu Waghani said that students would benefit from giving competitive exams. Students from Std. 9th to 12th will ask 30% objective questions i.e. Multiple Choice Question (MCQ). However, the education minister did not name Mugabe on the fee issue during the announcement.
Honarable minister Waghan said that a big decision has been taken to reduce the stress in the examinations of 29 lakh 75 thousand students who are studying in 9th to 12th standard so that students can take exams like JEE, NEET.
So far the number of objective questions asked in 9th to 12th standard exams has been increased and the paper style has been changed. Instead of 20 per cent questions being asked till now, 30 per cent objective questions will be asked and 70 per cent questions will be descriptive.
The state education minister had told the media that in standard 9, 10, 11 and 12, 30 per cent objective questions would now be asked in the general stream. While 70 per cent descriptive questions will be asked, which will result in 29 lakh students in the state benefiting from their studies, as well as students in competitive examinations, the state education minister has claimed. Thanks For update divya bhaskar team