Class ten students of the Central Board of educational Education (CBSE) are given grades for practising yoga or showing patriotism from future school year.
The board in an notification issued on Tuesday explicit that the students would be assessed on a five-point grading scale (A-E) for co-scholastic activities like yoga, martial arts, sports, NCC among others. Students will pick any of those below health and education class.
The grading are reflected within the mark sheets. However, it'll not impact the general result.
Students ought to be provided opportunities to induce professionally trained within the areas of their interest. native sports, yoga and NCC should be inspired within the school to create a sense of physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship, patriotism, self-sacrifice and health care,” reads the notification.
The marks for this part are going to be awarded by the education teacher.
In the board exams 80% would lean to the written take a look at whereas 20% are going to be given to the school’s internal assessment.
Last year, The governing body of the CBSE had approved a proposal to bring back compulsory Class 10 board exams. The board has 18000 schools affiliated to it.
CBSE affiliated schools have been asked to conduct three periodic written tests in an academic year and the average of the best two will be considered and will account for 10 marks.
Students will also get marks for timely submission of notes and assignments and neatness of the notebook. Neatness and upkeep of the notebooks will carry 5 marks.