No one will fail in 10th standard

Under the new rules of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), no one will fail in the tenth standard. Pappu-chappu will all pass. Suppose a student studying in CBSE has a lump of sugar in his sleep. If boys and girls excel in a skill, they will not fail on the basis that they have low marks in Maths. Or less marks in science. The biggest benefit will be that the student’s year will be saved from being wasted.

The CBSE Board has made such a rule keeping in view the purpose of Skill India. There are many students who fail especially in subjects like Maths or Science. But they are very good at artificial intelligence, computer or any skill.

At such times they will not fail just because they are not good at one or two subjects.

The year will be wasted
This decision of CBSE will benefit students who, despite being talented, fail due to poor study. Until now, children with such skills have been sidelined. But now he will be able to go ahead with his skills in addition to his studies.

Emphasis on skill learning instead of creating bookworms

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The interest of students in the skill based learning program decided by CBSE is increasing year by year. In 2020, 20 per cent of students chose skill-based subjects, while in 2021, the percentage rose to 30 per cent. That is, the desire of students is increasing towards skill development. If a child is not good at studying, it does not mean that the child is useless or will not be able to do anything in the future. Then now Pappu will pass and no one will make fun of him.

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