The term-end exams in Kendriya Vidyalayas shall be held from March 1 to 20 for courses three to 11, the KVS introduced in an official discover. The session-end exams shall be held in each on-line and offline mode. “Offline just for these college students who don’t have entry to units or connectivity associated points,” KV notification talked about.
For courses three to five, the exams shall be of 40 marks and, the paper may have MCQs of 10 marks, 15 marks weightage to descriptive, oral questions. For courses 6 to eight, it is going to be 80 marks paper of MCQs- 25 marks, descriptive- 40 marks, and oral- 15 marks. The query paper of courses 9 and 11 will comply with the paper sample of courses 10 and 12. The length of the examination shall be 1 hour for courses three to five, 2 hours for courses 6 to eight, and three hours for courses 9 and 11.
The descriptive questions shall be of 1 or two sentence solutions. The oral examination shall be held earlier than the graduation of the session ending the examination. “Every time there are main connectivity points, the oral check part can exchange the whole written check,” as per the notification.
The consequence shall be introduced by March 31. The scholars of courses 9 and 11 who couldn’t clear the examination can seem within the supplementary examination to be held after April 20. For particulars on the examination schedule, paper sample, please verify the website- kvsangathan.nic.in.