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March 09, 2020 Monday 01:28:29 PM IST

CBSE exams to be more Pisa-based

Policy Indications

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has said that more percentage of questions will be as per Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) standards in the board exams in the coming years. Currently, only 10% of the questions are Pisa type. Rajnish Kumar, Director of Ministry of Human Resources Development said that an outcome-based mobile application for quality improvement will be launched to keep track of the academic progress of students. It will also provide tips to teachers to help children understand concepts with in-built artificial intelligence.

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