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Board examinations for grades 10 and 12 will be offered to students twice during 2025 and 2026: Pradhan

Reducing students' academic stress is one of the goals of NEP 2020, according to Pradhan, who made this announcement on Monday following the Chhattisgarh launch of the PM SHRI program.

Students Rejoice! Board Exams Offered Twice in 2025 and 2026: Pradhan Announces a Boon for Grade 10 & 12

In a major announcement welcomed by students across the nation, Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has unveiled a revolutionary change to the board exam schedule. Get ready, grade 10 and 12 students, because in 2025 and 2026, you’ll have the chance to ace your exams twice a year!

That’s right, you read that correctly. Gone are the days of cramming for a single high-stakes exam. Now, you’ll have two opportunities to showcase your knowledge and potential. This move is set to reduce stress, boost confidence, and provide flexibility for students navigating these crucial academic years.

Here’s how it will work: Starting in 2025, board exams for grades 10 and 12 will be conducted twice a year, once in March-April and again in November-December. This means you’ll have the freedom to choose the exam that aligns best with your preparation level and learning style.

Imagine this: You don’t feel fully prepared for the first exam? No worries! You can regroup, strategize, and refine your skills before taking the second exam. Feeling confident and ready to shine early? Go for it! The choice is yours.

This revolutionary reform is set to benefit students in several ways:

  • Reduced Stress: No more pressure of a single exam deciding your fate. You’ll have two chances to excel!
  • Improved Performance: The flexibility allows you to choose the exam when you’re at your peak, potentially leading to better results.
  • Enhanced Confidence: Knowing you have a backup option can significantly boost your confidence and reduce exam anxiety.
  • Strategic Planning: Students can tailor their study plans based on their strengths and weaknesses, focusing on specific areas before each exam.

This announcement comes as a sigh of relief for many students who have long advocated for a more flexible and stress-free exam system. The government’s commitment to student well-being is evident in this decision, and it’s sure to have a positive impact on the academic journeys of countless young minds.

So, grade 10 and 12 students, get ready to embrace this exciting new opportunity! Start planning your study strategies, stay focused, and remember – you’ve got this!

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